Eric Williams

  • Senior Architect Technician
  • Boston

Eric Williams is a Senior Architect Technician in the Boston office where he collaborates on research and design issues pertaining to the civic realm at Populous. With professional experience in civic, institutional, infrastructure and higher education design, he has been involved in all stages of design and construction administration, including Building Information Management (BIM) coordination.

A graduate of the Master of Architecture II program at Harvard’s Graduate School of Design, he focused on the application of theory and digital research methodologies to the design process. Prior to joining Populous, Eric worked at OMA/AMO in Rotterdam, NL, as an editor of “Elements of Architecture” by Rem Koolhaas; a collection of volumes about the past, present and future of 15 basic units of architecture for the 14th International Architecture Biennale in Venice, Italy.

Eric Williams is a Senior Architect Technician in the Boston office where he collaborates on research and design issues pertaining to the civic realm at Populous. With professional experience in civic, institutional, infrastructure and higher education design, he has been involved in all stages of design and construction administration, including Building Information Management (BIM) coordination.

A graduate of the Master of Architecture II program at Harvard’s Graduate School of Design, he focused on the application of theory and digital research methodologies to the design process. Prior to joining Populous, Eric worked at OMA/AMO in Rotterdam, NL, Read More »

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