Principal | Architecture
Matthew joined Hacin in 2001 and has proven design experience at a wide range of scales, from private residential and boutique retail to mixed-use commercial projects. He has worked as a lead designer and project manager for many of the studio’s award-winning projects both locally and internationally, including flagship stores for global brand Fresh, FP3, Four51 Marlborough, Jordan Lofts, The Factory Lofts, North End Loft, Four51 Penthouse, and Teton Mountain House in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Originally from Madison, WI, Matthew received a Master of Architecture from the Rhode Island School of Design. In addition to having been recently invited to serve as a juror on the Boston Society of Architects/AIA New York Residential Design Awards, he serves regularly as a guest design critic at local architecture schools and has taught a graduate architectural design studio at Roger Williams University’s School of Architecture, Art, and Historic Preservation as part of Hacin’s participation in the school’s Teaching Firm in Residence Program. When he’s not in the studio, Matthew can be found with his wife and daughter working on renovation projects at their home in Brookline or exploring the beaches of New England.