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Francis Desmond McGuire

architect

Francis Desmond McGuire, American architect. Recipient 2d prize Fontivegge-Bellocchio International Urban Design Competition, Perugia, Italy, 1972; citation Progressive Architecture Design Awards, 1974; Merit award Massachusetts DCA Housing Competition, 1975. Member American Institute of Architects.

Background

McGuire, Francis Desmond was born on December 29, 1943 in Richmond, Virginia, United States. Son of Francis Desmond and Emily Gresham (Sneed) McGuire.

Education

Bachelor of Architecture, Cornell University, 1966. Master in Architecture, Harvard University, 1972.

Career

Registered architect, Massachusetts, New Hampshire Volunteer architect Peace Corps, Tunis, Tunisia, 1966-1968. Urban designer National Capital Planning Commission, Washington, 1968-1970. Designer, project architect Perry, Dean & Stewart, Boston, 1970-1974.

Project manager Hilgenhurst Associates, Boston, 1974-1975. Associate Darwish Architects S.R.L., Rome, 1975-1978. President Darwish Architects Inc., Boston, 1978-1981.

Principal, partner Perry, Dean, Rogers & Partners, Boston, since 1981. Exhibitor group show of ideal houses Harcus Gallery, Boston, 1978.

Membership

Member American Institute of Architects. Clubs: City, St. Botolph (vice president) (Boston).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Skiing; salt water fishing. Travel; watercolorist. Collector furniture and engravings.

Connections

Married Deborah Rose Hanley, January 8, 1977.

father:
Francis Desmond McGuire

mother:
Emily Gresham (Sneed) McGuire

spouse:
Deborah Rose Hanley