Doug Ludgin AIA, LEED AP

Doug Ludgin

Evocative architecture reflects the spirit of an owner and the craft of the building process.  I appreciate all aspects of a project from an early conceived parti to the resolution of elegant details.  A well orchestrated project synergizes efforts among parties with diverse expertise, personalities, and interests. It is the challenge of translating these abstract team skills into a tangible beauty that inspires me each day. 

Associate

Doug joined Flavin Architects in 2013 and brings over eleven years of experience in design and project management.  With a core understanding of design principals, he is well versed at instituting a contemporary aesthetic within various architectural styles.  Prior to joining Flavin Architects Doug held a key role on prominent residences on Cape Cod and Martha’s Vineyard, as well as multiple private residences and boutique eco-resort buildings located on two isles privately owned by Sir Richard Branson in the British Virgin Islands.  

 

Doug received his Masters of Architecture from Rice University and a B.S. in Architecture from Northeastern University.  As a Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Accredited Professional he seeks to continually explore new solutions to conventional practices.  Doug serves as an Associate Member of the North Andover Zoning Board of Appeals.