New architecture firm specializing in tech, biotech launches in Boston’s Seaport

New architecture firm specializing in tech, biotech launches in Boston’s Seaport

Two former employees at Perkins+Will are splitting off to form a new architecture firm in Boston’s Seaport District to serve the area’s life sciences and technology companies.

Sherwood Butler, formerly a principal of Perkins+Will working in the Boston office, and Jeannie Pierce Thacker, a former senior associate at the firm, today announced the launch of Tria, which they describe as a “partner-led architecture firm with a focus on sciences and technology organizations.” Both previously worked at Signer Harris Architects, which was founded in 1989 and acquired by Perkins+Will in 2012.

More information: Boston Business Journal