Patricia Intrieri, AIA

Principal

Patricia Intrieri, AIA is known for her successful management of large-scale, complex projects in the United States and the Middle East. She specializes in higher education facilities with a focus on science and technology. Her clients include colleges and universities as well as cultural institutions around the world. For the past several years, Ms. Intrieri has served as the Principal in Charge for multiple high-value projects in the Gulf Region including Saudi Arabia and Kuwait, as well as complex lab buildings and public transportation facilities in the U.S. She graduated from the Rhode Island School of Design, with a Bachelors of Architecture and a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Graphic Design. Ms. Intrieri also manages Cambridge Seven’s marketing and PR efforts and serves as the firm's treasurer.

A hurricane simulator that will save your life

Popular Science

After the groundbreaking for the new Marine Technology and Life Sciences Seawater Research Complex designed by Cambridge Seven Associates, Popular Science interviewed Brian Haus, chair of the Division of Applied Marine Physics at the University of Miami about the “hurricane simulator that will …

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 …

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 …