Derek Bloom, Architect (AIA, NCARB)
Prior to founding Derek Bloom Architects, Derek worked in Boston and New York City, designing wide-ranging international projects including institutional and academic projects, sustainable homes, restaurants, retail environments, corporate offices, aquariums, museums, multimedia installations, and furniture.
Derek has taught and lectured on design, sustainability, and drawing, in the Boston Area; as an adjunct professor at Suffolk University and Endicott College, on the editorial board of Green Interiors Magazine, as thesis advisor at Endicott College, and as guest critic at the Boston Architecture Center.
Derek Bloom Architects’ work has been published in The New York Times, Home Magazine, Architectural Record, Elle Decor, Design New England Magazine, Boston Magazine, North Shore Magazine, Rock & Ice, Fairfield County Home Magazine, Marblehead Home Magazine, and various other local periodicals. The firm was awarded Boston Magazine's 2008 Best of Boston® Home Award for Eco-friendly architecture.
Derek studied Architecture
at Cornell University (B.Arch) and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.