Architecture 2030’s leadership and the people working by our side to decarbonize the built environment.
Lori Ferriss is a global leader in sustainable stewardship of the built environment. Her award-winning work as an architect, structural engineer and conservator combines broad policy development with deep technical insights to promote a culturally and environmentally sustainable world through design.
As a Principal and Director of Sustainability and Climate Action at Boston-based design firm Goody Clancy, she leads the Regenerative Renewal practice that is reenvisioning architecture at the intersection of decarbonization and cultural heritage. Her work spans architecture and preservation projects and research investigations for premier educational institutions including MIT, Dartmouth College, and Brown University. Lori is the 2023 Chair of the AIA Committee on the Environment, a Steering Committee representative of the Climate Heritage Network, and an expert member on the ICOMOS International Scientific Committee on Energy, Sustainability and Climate Change.