Robert Williamson

Project Architect

Robert Williamson joined Davis Square Architects in 2014, and is a registered architect licensed to practice in Massachusetts. As Project Architect, he is responsible for the design, document production, and daily management of projects.

Currently Robert is working on the design of Bartlett Place, a 323-unit mixed-used development in Roxbury, Massachusetts. He is also working on Village Hill Apartments in Northampton, Massachusetts, a 2-building, 65-unit rental development that will be Passive House-certified; in addition to Olmsted Green Phase 5, a 47-unit mixed-income workforce and supportive housing community situated in Boston’s Emerald Necklace. Past projects include Beals Street Housing for Pine Street Inn, which was the conversion of two historic Victorian homes into enhanced SROs for 30 formerly homeless individuals just down the street from JFK’s birthplace in Brookline, Massachusetts.

Robert’s vast previous experience includes digital fabrication and consulting, public art, landscape design, residential design, general carpentry, and construction. His thesis work focused on cultural attachments to automobility and suburban sprawl, which resulted in a dense and diverse mixed-use complex integrated with public and autonomous forms of transportation.


Wentworth Institute of Technology
Master of Architecture, 2010

Wentworth Institute of Technology
Bachelor of Science in Architecture, 2009

Bob’s recent projects of note

Beals Street
Bartlett Place

“Inspiration does exist, but it must find you working.”
― Pablo Picasso