architecture3s is an interdisciplinary Boston-based design firm founded by architects Vincenzo Giambertone and Todd Terranova. A never-ending pursuit of design exploration and expert project execution defines the practice. With extensive experience in architecture, master planning and interior design, architecture3s delivers projects nationally with passion, energy and a palpable excitement to capture client vision into built form.
TODD D. TERRANOVA
Todd D. Terranova graduated from the Rhode Island School of Design in 1992 with a bachelor of fine arts and bachelor of architecture degree. Todd is committed to the quality, service and execution of every project. He strives to coalesce design, construction and a pragmatic approach to design delivery. Through his seventeen years of practice Todd has gained experience in commercial, residential, retail, interiors and mixed-use projects that allow him to oversee all aspects of the work for our clients. Unparalleled dedication to client service through respectful listening, empathy and communication is at the heart of the practice he leads.
Todd is a registered architect in the State of Massachusetts and a member of the American Institute of Architects, Boston Society of Architect and NCARB.
Vincenzo Giambertone leads the design vision of architecture3s. Vincenzo graduated from Roger Williams University in 1992 with a bachelor of architecture degree. He spent seventeen years practicing in New York City and Boston, MA. His commitment to design excellence is unsurpassed in the practical execution of architecture. His belief in collaborative design interaction through all aspects of the creative process continually leads to an experiential design quality that is sensorially rich and beyond all expectations. Vincenzo’s pursuit of conceptual clarity and design distinction in commercial, residential, retail, interiors and planning has led to his recognition through regional, national and international design awards.
Vincenzo is a registered architect in the State of Massachusetts. He has been a studio instructor and frequent design critic at the Roger Williams University, Boston Architectural Center and Wentworth University.