Charles Redmon, FAIA

Principal Emeritus

Chuck Redmon, architect and urban designer, brings a command of site context to the design overview of our projects at Cambridge Seven. With an intuitive grasp of large-scale architectural issues, a gift for drawing, and the ability to give shape quickly to complex ideas, he has played a major role in the conceptual development of many projects at C7A. Nationally, Mr. Redmon was the winner of the AIA's Kemper Award for service to the profession and community. He was awarded the 2002 Boston Society of Architects Honor Award, the BSA's highest award recognizing individuals who have made profound and significant contributions to the professional community. Mr. Redmon is a graduate of Rice University, and he continues to be very active in the Boston region regarding local issues around transportation, growth and urban design, and design education. He retired from C7A in 2014.

International work awaits savvy architectural firms

Boston Business Journal

The Boston Business Journal interviews Cambridge Seven Associates, TRO Jung Brannen and Sasaki Associates about their firms’ international practices. Cambridge Seven has designed projects in Japan, Italy, Portugal, London, Korea, Germany and Puerto Rico and for the past several years …

Four C7A Projects Showcased in AIANY “Change” exhibit

International Business Times

Roland Li of the International Business Times takes a look at the exhibit called ”Change: Architecture and Engineering in the Middle East, 2000-Present”  hosted by the New York Chapter of American Institute of Architects’s Center for Architecture. The exhibit, which aims to challenge …

Kuwait University College of Engineering: Breaking down barriers

World Architecture

This World Architecture News WAN Awards entry calls the Kuwait University College of Engineering and Petroleum “A dynamic learning and research environment supporting 21st Century learning.” Cambridge Seven Associates in association with Gulf Consult was commissioned by Kuwait University to …

CultureNOW Podcast: Forest Hills MBTA Station

CultureNOW

C7A Principal records this CultureNOW podcast about the architectural design of the Forest Hills MBTA Station. A pivotal project in the MBTA’s Southwest Corridor Improvement Program, the Forest Hills Station is situated between two important points in Boston’s “Emerald Necklace.” Architects Cambridge …

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CultureNOW Podcast: MBTA Modernization Program

CultureNOW

In this CultureNOW podcast, C7A Principal Charles Redmon explains the development of graphics and wayfinding standards for the MBTA. Cambridge Seven Associates was responsible for the introduction of the MBTA’s now-famous “spider map,” which has been replicated in countries around the world. …

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CultureNOW Podcast: San Antonio Museum of Art

CultureNOW

In this CultureNOW podcast, C7A Principal Charles Redmon describes the adaptive reuse of the Lone Star Brewery, which was transformed into the San Antonio Museum of Art. Architectural Record described Cambridge Seven’s conversion of the old Lone Star brewery to a new …

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