Thomas Douglas has been practicing architecture since 1980, working on a variety of residential and commercial projects. He has design experience with theaters, restaurants, multi family housing, and commercial developments. He has worked extensively in the Northampton and Amherst area participating in the renovation of many local landmark buildings.
Tom has a Bachelor of Landscape Architecture from the University of Florida, a Masters of Architecture from North Carolina State University, and he attended the Architectural Association in London, England as an exchange student. He also attended the School of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, Massachusetts.
Tom is registered to practice architecture in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, #8944, the State of Connecticut, #11692, and the State of New Hampshire, #3736 and holds an NCARB certificate # 58385.
Tom is a member of the League of Historic American Theaters, the National Trust for Historic Preservation, the Massachusetts Restaurant Association, and the Northampton Chamber of Commerce. He has served on the City of Northampton Downtown Historic District Study Committee and the Citizen’s Advisory Commission for the redevelopment of the former State Hospital in Northampton.
“Born Again, Northampton’s Calvin Theater Returns from the Dead to Reshape the Valley’s Arts Scene.” Valley Advocate. October 1998.
“Restoring the Calvin’s Glory.” Daily Hampshire Gazette. August 1998.
“Designs on Excellence, Architects Leave Their Mark on the Pioneer Valley Landscape.” Business West. April 2000.
“Comfort Comes with Eatery Expansion, Sylvester’s Expansion.” Daily Hampshire Gazette. October 2002.
“House Proud, Residence for Jonathan Harr.” The New York Times. October 1998
“Home Style, Residence for Sue Medlicot, Whately MA.” Boston Globe Magazine, February 2002.
Massachusetts Historic Commission Preservation Award, Calvin Theater, 1999
Northampton Historic Commission Award for: The Haymarket Café, The Garden House at Look Park, The Calvin Theater, Nasser Residence, 78 Main St Façade renovation, Sylvester’s Restaurant, Academy of Music, and 196 Pleasant Street.