Tony Hsiao

Tony Hsiao

 

A graduate of the University of Michigan and the Harvard Graduate School of Design, Tony joined Finegold Alexander Architects in 1984, and became a Principal and Director of Design in 1997.  Tony leads the firm design across public, private, and institutional projects, giving special attention to how each project relates to their site specific context and broader communities.    Tony’s dedication in  balancing conceptual vision with the pragmatic goals of the client has made him very adept and skillful designer in solving complex project challenges involving renovation, additions, and new construction.  He has led the design of several notable and award winning projects in Boston and throughout New England, including the Fall River and Lowell Justice Centers, Holyoke, Westwood, and Framingham libraries, Temple Israel, and most recently the Lucas and the Boulevard Residential projects to name a few.

Since 2005, Tony has been the Vice-Chair of the Mid Cambridge Neighborhood Conservation District Commission and previously served as the chair and member of the Boston Society of Architect’s Honors and Awards Committee.  He has also been actively involved at the AIA, BSA, NAIOP, IFFRA, Boston Chamber of Commerce, and has served on numerous design juries over the years.