Scott Thomson, AIA
Principal | Architect
Scott joined Hacin in 1997 and has design expertise in large-scale commercial and intricate adaptive reuse projects. While at the firm, he has served as the project architect on several award-winning commercial projects, including East Berkeley Lofts, FP3, and District Hall. Scott excels in the exploration of innovative solutions to complex design problems and always seeks a holistic team approach, usually among a diverse development team of experts, advisors and other allied practitioners. He was the valedictorian of his graduating class at the Boston Architectural Center, where he received a Bachelor of Architecture as well as the John Worthington Ames Travelling Scholarship and the AIA Henry Adams Medal. Previously, he worked for CBT Architects in Boston and Frank O. Gehry & Associates in Los Angeles. Scott is a registered architect. In recent years, he 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. Outside of the office, Scott enjoys cooking family meals, bread making, hiking, biking, exploring museums, and traveling.