Marc Rogers, LEED AP BD+C

Principal

Marc Rogers brings his considerable design and CAD skills to a variety of projects at Cambridge Seven, including academic, museum, aquarium, and mixed-use developments. His recent projects include the KAFD Geo-Science Centre, The Liberty Hotel, and Boston Children's Museum, and he has been involved in the design of number of projects for Kuwait University. As a LEED Accredited Professional, he is also heavily involved in helping to ensure that C7A stays at the forefront of sustainable design research. Mr. Rogers received his degree in Architecture from Northeastern University, and he has taught as a guest Critic for Northeastern’s School of Architecture, as a Studio Critic for Harvard University’s Graduate School of Design Summer Professional Program, and as an Instructor at the Boston Architectural College.

Session Spotlight: Extreme Building Envelope Design in Saudi Arabia

USGBC Greenbuild

Picture this: It’s 115°F outside. There’s a dust storm sweeping through the city and it hasn’t rained in weeks. Now: Design an optimally performing building. Where are you? Riyadh, the capital of Saudi Arabia, where three leading architecture firms have …

Assumptions of Middle East Architecture Challenged in New York Exhibition

International Business Times

The CHANGE Exhibit includes four C7A projects: Kuwait University’s College for Women, the Ministry of Education HQ in Kuwait, the KAFD Science Museum and Geo-Climate Centre, and the National Aquarium of Saudi Arabia. The West and the Middle East have …

Boston’s Green Revolution: How an old city learns new sustainable tricks

GreenSource

Saying “GREEN” in a Boston version of a word-association game used to yield the reply “monstah,” as in the locals’ affectionate name for Fenway Park’s imposing left-field wall. Increasingly, though, the response could be “building,” as the region’s sustainable footprint …

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