News April 10, 2024

Christine Rankin, Jeremy Robertson, and Matthew Woodward Named as Hacin’s Newest Senior Associates

Christine Rankin, Jeremy Robertson, and Matthew Woodward Named as Hacin’s Newest Senior Associates

This month, Hacin is proud to announce that three integral members of our firm’s team have been promoted to the role of Senior Associate!

Christine Rankin joined Hacin in 2005 and has cultivated expertise across a variety of project types, specializing in those that bridge the fields of architecture, interior design, and visual identity. Her design work spans residential, commercial, retail, and hospitality, including Beacon Courtyard Townhouse, Shore Leave, Amagansett House, and Glass House. Christine received a Bachelor of Science in Architectural Studies from Northeastern University and received her Master of Interior Architecture from the Rhode Island School of Design.

Jeremy Robertson joined Hacin in 2006 and has strong expertise in residential design, both new construction as well as historic preservation and adaptive reuse. He has served as a designer and project manager on work throughout the Northeast, including the award-winning Newport Firehouse, Chestnut Townhouse, and Amagansett House. Jeremy is particularly well-versed in the design process behind rehabilitating older structures within contextually-sensitive neighborhoods, such as Boston’s historic Beacon Hill and Back Bay, and in guiding owners through the emotional rigors of extensive construction projects. He earned a Bachelor of Architecture from The University of Tennessee and went on to complete an Aufbaustudium at the Bauhaus Universitaet in Weimar, Germany with a focus on preservation, ecological building, and urban design.

Matthew Woodward joined Hacin in 2013 and has strong expertise in private residential design. His design experience combines both boutique retail and high-end residential projects and his work includes award-winning residential interiors, such as Beacon Courtyard Townhouse, Back Bay Townhouse, and Marlborough Townhouse E. Matthew received a Master of Arts in Interior Architecture from the New England School of Art and Design prior to which he spent eight years as a buyer of luxury home goods for major national retailers. A frequent guest critic at local design schools and a contributor to design publications such as Architectural Digest Pro and Livingetc, he enjoys both the theoretical and applied applications of design.

Christine, Jeremy, and Matthew are all passionate about fostering Hacin’s interdisciplinary studio culture and are vocal advocates for the concept-drive design process. Congratulations to all three for the well-deserved recognition! Be sure to follow our studio on Instagram, Facebook, and LinkedIn to stay up to date on other firm updates.