The Cultural Landscape Foundation
Shaking Their Yankee Foundations: Evolving Modernist Ambitions,  October 8, 2010 at the Atlanta History Center


Tim Love, AIA

Mr. Love is the founding principal of Utile. He is the lead design review consultant and urban planner for the Massachusetts Port Authority’s development parcels, a design consultant for the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center, and is MassDevelopment’s on-call urban planning advisor. He leads all urban design and planning projects in the office and is currently working on a planning study for Boston’s Greenway District and a comprehensive urban design framework for Downtown Worcester, MA.

Prior to founding Utile, Mr. Love was a VP at Machado & Silvetti Associates where he was the project director of the Getty Villa in Los Angeles, the Master Plan for the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, and the Allston-Honan Branch Library in Boston.  In the 1980s, Love worked for David Childs and Marilyn Taylor at SOM in both Washington, DC and New York City.  He is a tenured Associate Professor at Northeastern University and was a visiting Associate Professor at Yale during the spring of 2009.

Mr. Love received his B.S. in Architecture from the University of Virginia and a Masters in Architecture from Harvard’s Graduate School of Design, where he graduated with Distinction and was awarded the Henry Adams Medal, the school’s highest academic honor. Mr. Love is a registered architect in Massachusetts, New York and Virginia and is a LEED accredited professional. He serves on the Board of the Boston Society of Architects, is a Contributing Editor to Places: Design Observer, and is a frequent contributor to the Harvard Design Magazine.