The establishment of Torrey Architecture, Inc. celebrates David W. Torrey's thirty years of design-focused, contextually-sensitive architecture.
David W. Torrey, AIA was trained in Visual Studies at Dartmouth College, in carpentry during New England summers and in Architecture at Harvard University. He has practiced in Boston as a principal architect with Menders,Torrey & Spencer, Inc. and with Claude Emanuel Menders, Architects, Inc.
The expertise of Torrey Architecture spans from the design and construction of new commercial structures to the preservation and rehabilitation of historic buildings. We enjoy working with clients who share our interest in finding innovative design solutions for new construction, additions and adaptations of existing structures to modern technologies in energy conservation, communication and life safety. We are especially committed to universal accessibility and sustainable design when integrated seamlessly into buildings which bring people together for living, working and gathering.
We invite you to explore our website containing selections from David's portfolio. The services David and his professional teams have provided are highlighted for each project on the bottom margin of the screen. Transformations illustrates how building owner's goals were realized through David's creative architectural designs.
Please contact us or visit our offices at 75 Kneeland Street in downtown Boston. We look forward to discussing how we may be of service to you in making the most of your building, space or site through creative and thoughtful architectural design.
10/07/2013 News Update Torrey Architecture's 131 Clarendon St. Brookline Bancorp Building was awarded the Boston Preservation Alliance's Preservation Achievement Award.
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Torrey Architecture, Inc.
75 Kneeland Street
Boston, MA 02111
David W. Torrey, AIA
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