Nancy Allison has practiced architecture since 1984, both in San Francisco and the greater Boston area. In 2001 she formed her own firm, Newbridge Architecture.
Newbridge Architecture has successfully completed a wide range of institutional, commercial, and residential projects. We completed a fast track effort for the Salvation Army to renovate 14 camp buildings in 4 months at their Camp Wonderland campus. We assisted the Kennedy-Donovan Center to build a new facility providing early intervention therapies in Kingston, MA. We have worked closely with homeowners throughout the greater Boston area to create practical and beautiful designs.
Ms. Allison received her B.A. in Architecture at Yale College and her Masters in Architecture at Harvard’s Graduate School of Design. Studio work at Harvard was selected for publication and permanent collection in Harvard Archives; she also received The Letter of Commendation for Academic Excellence.
Enthusiasm for design and architecture has extended to community activities as well. She worked on the design and construction of the Ronald McDonald House for Children in San Francisco. She has developed and taught workshops on architectural design for youth and adults and has lectured on creating meaningful home design.