Gibson is an Architectural Designer who started off as a summer intern at Johnson Roberts Associates. He has contributed to the design of multiple firehouse renovations, the City of Boston Fire Department Design Guidelines, and ongoing work for MassDOT. He was the Design Shop Manager at Johnson Roberts and fabricated an extensive office buildout including new workstations, shelving, storage, and signage. He previously worked at Jaklitsch / Gardner Architects in NYC working on a wide range of projects including small scale public projects for the city of New York, cultural and community-based projects located on historical sites, as well as large scale developer work and proposals for projects in Boston, Philadelphia, and South Korea.
He developed a passion for small scale architectural details through his experience as a residential carpenter where he worked across all parts of the construction process including demolition, framing, finish carpentry, millwork, and painting. He has a Master of Architecture from the University of Michigan, Taubman College where he worked as a CNC Operator in the Fabrication Lab, as well as a Teaching Assistant focusing on using hand drawing as a tool to experience and understand the 3D world. Prior to this, he earned a Bachelor of Science in Architecture from the Catholic University of America, where he worked in the Fabrication Lab and was responsible for student use of the woodshop, laser cutters, 3D printers, and CNC machine.
Gibson is excited to be working at a firm that prioritizes sustainable design in our changing world and understands the value of public spaces and resources. He takes great care that the human experience is always central to the design process.