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Architect

Robert Crosby Stickles, American architect. Registered architect, Massachusetts, Vermont, New Hampshire, Maine, Connecticut, Rhode Island, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, California.

Background

Stickles, Robert Crosby was born on February 23, 1952 in Pittsfield, Massachusetts, United States. Son of Charles Champion Senior and Constance Anne (Crosby) Stickles.

Education

Associate of Arts, Berkshire Community College, Pittsfield, 1972. Bachelor of Environmental Design, Miami University, Oxford, Ohio, 1974. Postgraduate, Boston Architectural Center, 1976.

Career

Principal The Environmental Architecture and Interior Design Exchange, Boston, 1975-1976. Project architect R.H. Stearns, 1976-1977. Architectural designer Childs, Bertman, Tseckares & Casendino, Inc., 1977-1978, Skidmore Owings & Merril, Boston, 1978.

President, managing director, principal, chairman Architects & Associated Designers, Inc., since 1978. Board directors Urbanworks Inc., Boston. Founder Service for Energy Conservation in Architecture, Boston, 1974-1976.

Instructor Boston Architectural Center, 1975-1983. Instructor interiors Northeast School Art and Design, Boston, 1976-1979, chairman interiors department, 1979-1982. Instructor architecture Northeastern University, Boston, 1982-1985.

Achievements

  • Registered architect, Massachusetts, Vermont, New Hampshire, Maine, Connecticut, Rhode Island, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, California.

Membership

Member American Institute of Architects, Boston Society Architects, National Council Architectural Registration Boards, Society for Marketing Professional Services, National Trust for History Preservation, History Massachusetts Inc., Society for American Military Engineers.

Connections

father:
Charles Champion Senior Stickles

mother:
Constance Anne (Crosby) Stickles