Louis Sirianni F AIA, LEED AP l Principal

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Louis Sirianni F AIA, LEED AP l Principal

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Louis Sirianni FAIA, LEED AP l Principal

Louis was a member of the firm when it decided in 1978 to focus exclusively on museum architecture and planning. He became a Principal in 1984. During this time, he has worked as an architect exclusively on museums and has gained extensive experience and considerable expertise in museum architectural design, construction, and planning. Prior to joining the firm, he was the principal designer of urban design projects of large–scale mixed use development. As a result of this experience and his Masters Degree in Urban Design from Harvard, he is better able to incorporate site organization and circulation, establish criteria for, and analyze optional building sites for new museums. Louis became an AIA Fellow in 2013, a special recognition bestowed on architects who have contributed to the profession in profound ways.
Master in Architecture (Urban Design) Harvard University
Bachelor of Architecture Carnegie-Mellon University School of Fine Arts
Registrations and Memberships
Fellow of the American Institute of Architects (FAIA)
Boston Society of Architects (BSA)
National Council of Architectural Reg. Boards (NCARB)
Architectural Registrations in Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, North Carolina, Ohio, Tennessee, Florida, and Virginia
LEED Credential
Louis is a LEED Accredited Professional
Selected Museum Architecture
• Discovery Park of America, Union City, TN
• St. Louis Science Center, St. Louis, MO
• Liberty Science Center, Jersey City, NJ
• Great Lakes Science Center, Cleveland, OH
• Carnegie Museum of National History (Traveling Exhibit Gallery & Curatorial Library), Pittsburgh, PA
• Carnegie Museum of Natural History (Expansion

and Renovation), Pittsburgh, PA
• Science Discovery Museum, Acton, MA
• Museum of Science (Hall of Energy), Boston, MA
• MIT Museum, Cambridge, MA
• Museum of Fine Arts (Master Plan), Boston, MA
• Museum of Fine Arts (Prints and Drawings Department), Boston, MA
• Virginia Marine Science Museum, Virginia Beach, VA
• Contemporary Art Center of Virginia, Virginia Beach, VA
• Louvre Museum (Reorganization Plan), Paris France
• Tarble Arts Center, Charleston, IL
• Smithsonian Institution, Freer/Sackler Galleries, and the National Museum of African Art, (Collection Facilities & Gallery Lighting) Washington, DC
• Hong Kong Museum of Art, Kowloon, Hong Kong
• Museum of Contemporary Art, Caracas, Venezuela
• Texas State History Museum, Austin, TX
• The Frick Art and Historical Center (Master Plan), Pittsburgh, PA
• Public Museum of Grand Rapids, MI
• Kalamazoo Valley Museum, Kalamazoo, MI
• Cincinnati Museum Center, Cincinnati, OH
• Smithsonian Institution, Arts and Industries Building, (Reorganization), Washington, DC
• The National Museum of African American History and Culture (Site Evaluation and Selection), Washington D.C.
• National Museum of the Civil War Soldier, Petersburg, VA
Teaching Experience
Louis was a design studio critic at the Boston Architectural College from 1974 to 1979. In addition, he has served as guest design critic at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and as a thesis advisor at Suffolk University.