David Tabenken, AIA, LEED AP
Principal | Architect
David joined Hacin in 2003 and has over three decades of residential, commercial, and institutional design expertise. He has worked as the project architect for private residences, restaurant and retail spaces, multifamily and mixed use developments, workplaces, and urban design master plans. David’s portfolio includes award-winning projects, such as Project Place, Oyster Pond House, Boston Common Townhouse, and the Whitney Hotel. He is also Hacin’s Architecture Studio Manager, actively involved with firm management, overseeing scheduling and staffing for architecture projects. Prior to joining the firm, David dedicated over ten years to institutional work, including college and university campus buildings and master plans across the country, while working for Michael Dennis and Associates and Graham Gund Architects [now Gund Partnership]. David is a registered architect and LEED-accredited professional. He graduated from Cornell University with a Bachelor of Architecture and received the Eidlitz Fellowhip, a Cornell alumni grant for travel and study. Outside of the studio, David is typically thinking about residential real estate, foreign travel, and watercolor painting.