Peter Kuttner, FAIA

Principal

President of Cambridge Seven Associates, Peter Kuttner synthesizes his leadership role with the design and management of a wide range of projects. He has been instrumental in forging the next generation's collaborative spirit at C7A, bringing the firm's wealth of experience to every client and project. His experience covers master planning, architectural, and exhibit design, with particular focus on complex museum and academic projects accommodating a rich variety of activities. Committed to the architectural profession in its many aspects, Mr. Kuttner recently completed a two-year term as Vice President of the AIA, has co-chaired the NCARB IDP Advisory Committee, chaired the Boston Foundation for Architecture, and serves on the Board of Overseers for the Boston Architectural College. A frequent speaker, writer, and cartoonist, Peter earned his Masters in Architecture from the University of Michigan.

New Knock Knock Children’s Museum Exhibits Promote Literacy

Designed by Cambridge Seven Associates and Remson Haley Herpin Architects, the new Knock Knock Children’s Museum in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, presents a diversity of exhibit galleries, called Learning Zones, that appeal to children ages 0-8 and their caregivers. The exhibits, …

Peter Kuttner: The People’s Architect

In this profile on C7A Principal Peter Kuttner, the Boston Globe explores his interest in public space, not public notice, reviews his checklist for new projects, and reflects on his career. Peter Kuttner served as Principal in Charge for the award-winning Boston …

New KidzooU: Educational and just plain fun!

Diane Fiske from Montgomery News takes a closer look at the interactive exhibits designed by C7A for KidZooU at the Philadelphia Zoo. This children’s zoo and hands-on education center was designed by SMP architects with exhibit design and outdoor signage …

CultureNOW Podcast: Boston Children’s Museum

In this CultureNOW podcast, C7A Principal Peter Kuttner discusses the LEED Gold architectural expansion and renovation of the Boston Children’s Museum. The Boston Children’s Museum, the second children’s museum in the United States, was originally founded in Jamaica Plain and …

Discover the new Discovery Place

WCNC takes a look at the recently-completed renovation and new exhibits for Discovery Place in Charlotte, the first re-do since the museum opened in 1981. Architects Cambridge Seven Associates and Little Diversified Architectural Consulting completed the $31.6M renovation project, which also …

BSA profiles Peter Kuttner

The Boston Society of Architects interviews Peter Kuttner, FAIA , president of Cambridge Seven Associates. Kuttner has led the architectural and exhibit design for several of C7A’s well-known museum and aquarium projects. He is also passionate about education, from his …