Peter Sollogub

Associate Principal

Peter Sollogub brings his dynamic creativity and diversified experience to C7A’s aquarium, museum, exhibit, hospitality, and commercial projects. A gifted designer, exhibit designer, and mentor to the firm’s young staff members, he brings creativity and unabashed enthusiasm to his projects. Mr. Sollogub received his BFA from the Rhode Island School of Design, and a Masters in Architecture from the Graduate School of Design at Harvard. For over thirty years, he has also maintained teaching appointments at Harvard, MIT, the Boston Architectural Center, RISD, Virginia Tech and the Universities of Buffalo and North Carolina.

The Man with a Plan: Famed Designer Peter Sollogub and his Iconic Eye for Groundbreaking Design

Scene Boston

Peter Sollogub is a gifted designer whose work spans residences, aquariums, museums, sports, retail and entertainment. He received his BFA from Rhode Island School of Design and a Masters in Architecture from Harvard School of Design. Peter has taught at …

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Museum at 49ers’ new stadium brings great moments to life

San Jose Mercury News

SANTA CLARA — There are no bronze busts here. The Hall of Fame exhibit at the 49ers’ new museum instead features what resemble life-size action figures. Dwight Clark leaps skyward to make “The Catch.” The “Million Dollar Backfield” gathers in …

Take Me Back to the Old Ball Game

Mountain Home Magazine

The spiffed-up World of Little League museum in Williamsport boasts a rare Babe Ruth uniform and other treasures, just in time for Billtown’s 67th World Series It’s August, and all roads lead to Williamsport. I’m in a line up of …

ESPN: Hall at Patriot Place does it right

ESPN

In “Hall at Patriot Place does it Right,” Tim Graham of ESPN visits The Hall of Patriot Place, the New England Patriots Hall of Fame designed by Cambridge Seven Associates and media designer Cortina Productions. This 36,000-square-foot sports museum featuring …

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Canada’s Sports Hall of Fame: Intimate, insightful, interactive

660 News

In “A Shrine for All Time,” Donna Spencer of The Telegram calls Canada’s Sports Hall of Fame, a new sports museum in Calgary with exhibits designed by Cambridge Seven Associates and media designer Cortina Productions, “intimate, insightful, and interactive.” C7A designed the …

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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 …

Greensboro Science Center breaks attendance records

News & Record

The Greensboro Science Center continues to break attendance records since the opening of the Carolina SciQuarium June 29. It has already set a new opening weekend attendance record, three single day attendance records, and the one-week attendance record. In just …

Gloucester hopes to lure tourists with high-tech HarborWalk

The Boston Globe

David Filipov from The Boston Globe tours the Gloucester HarborWalk with mayor Caroline Kirk. Designed by architectural and exhibit design firm Cambridge Seven Associates, the 1.2-mile-long HarborWalk connects downtown Gloucester with the historic working waterfront. Forty-two “Story Moments” on granite …