All of KMW’s projects, past and present, reflect an approach to design developed through a career-long collaboration of Gerhard Kallmann and Michael McKinnell, with the Principals and Associates of the firm. In addition to their architectural practice, Kallmann and McKinnell were influential professors of Architecture for over two decades at Harvard University’s Graduate School of Design.
Over the last 21 years, Kallmann, McKinnell, and Wood have been joined in their practice by a group of professionals who share their outlook on architecture as well as their commitment to a demanding set of design standards. Together, they have created a notable diversity of projects for Government, Business, Education, and the Arts.
The firm believes that the client is best served by a design process that depends on the personal commitment of the Principals, Associate Principals, and Associates, to a continuing and responsive dialogue with the client and their representatives throughout the course of a project. This group includes Principals Bruno Pfister, Bruce A. Wood, Kathryn MacKenzie, Stephanie Mallis; Associate Principals Alicia Crothers and Anne Tansantisuk, who are responsible for Project Design and Management.