In addition to teaching at RISD, Nick Winton lectures and is a visiting critic at Harvard, MIT, University of Minnesota, Roger Williams and Yale.
Winton is a practicing architect and founding partner of Anmahian Winton Architects, in Cambridge, MA. The firm focuses on a broad range of institutional, commercial and residential projects, synthesizing design innovation and construction technology. Exemplary projects include the Joukowsky Institute for Archaeology at Brown University, the Community Rowing boathouse on the Charles River and the American Indian Learning Center at University of Minnesota-Duluth. Current projects under construction include a new office tower in Ankara, Turkey and an astronomical observatory in New Hampshire. Anmahian Winton’s work has been widely published and recognized for innovation and excellence by the AIA and the BSA and most notably by the PA Awards, Business Week/Architectural Record, the Chicago Athenaeum and the Harleston Parker Medal.
Winton earned a MArch degree from Harvard GSD and a BA from Brown. He is the former architect in residence at the Addison Gallery of American Art, a trustee of the Institute of Contemporary Art Boston and a member of the Harvard GSD Alumni Council.
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