Tricia Kendall is a Registered Architect in the state of Massachusetts, maintains an NCARB certificate, and is LEED accredited (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) with a Building Design and Construction specialty. A native of Iowa, she received a Bachelor of Arts degree at Washington University in St. Louis before venturing to Boston to earn her Master in Architecture from Harvard University. She was a project architect in the highly respected office of Jeremiah Eck (now Eck|MacNeely) Architects where she focused on the design and construction of custom, high-end homes throughout New England. She has taught in the architecture programs at several universities including as an assistant professor at Louisiana State University and as an associate professor at Wentworth Institute of Technology.
In her own practice, Tricia works to bring both the clarity and uniqueness of high-end design to families and home owners without high-end budgets. She loves solving complex spatial and functional puzzles from the initial design concept through the final steps of construction to provide spaces that more perfectly fit the lives of contemporary families. Tricia strongly believes in being an active participant in the community. She currently serves as a member of the Ashland Sustainability Committee and the Ashland Business Association, and was also a member of the Corner Spot Committee, which created a new local gathering space on an unused lot in downtown Ashland.