Supported by nearly five decades of practiced experience in architecture, Anthony M. Pisani is a prominent professional architect who has been presiding over Anthony M. Pisani & Associates Architects in Boston, MA, since 1978. Dedicating his time and expertise to architectural works located across the United States and abroad, his work can be seen in Ireland, Canada, Mexico, Puerto Rico, Japan, and Italy, where he is an Italian consulate. Prior to this role, he served a variety of architectural firms throughout Boston as a project architect, including Kallmann & McKinnell Architects from 1971 to 1973, Charles G. Hilgenhurst & Associates from 1973 to 1974, and Desmond & Lord Architects from 1974 to 1977.
To prepare for his illustrious career, Mr. Pisani pursued formal education at the Museum School, where he earned a diploma in 1966. The same year, he also received a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Tufts University. Desiring to further his studies, he then obtained a Master of Architecture from the prestigious Harvard University in 1971. He is a registered professional architect in eight states across the nation.
Sitting on the Boston Zoning Board of Appeal since 1998, Mr. Pisani also served his community as vice chair of the Boston Landmarks Commission and instructor of design at the Boston Architectural Center. Among his notable achievements, he is perhaps most well-known for his design of a contemporary Carlisle home along the Concord River, which uses mostly indigenous, long-lasting materials in a unique radial shape.
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