Trevor Laubenstein, AIA

Architect Trevor Laubenstein joined Patrick Ahearn Architect in 2020 as an evolution of a near-twenty-year career as a manager and architect at leading firms in Boston and New York. He has touched projects of nearly every scale, from apartments to masterplans, and has been a registered architect since 2005.

A native of Maine, spending time in the north woods and on the seacoast imbued in Trevor the notion that design ought to reflect its context and environment. A strong portfolio in studio art led him to pursue a Bachelor of Architecture at Cornell University. When selected as a Robert James Eidlitz Travel Fellow, he took the opportunity to study Renaissance architecture in Rome and vernacular housing of the Basque region in Spain.

Trevor resides in Westwood, MA, where he is a member of the Westwood Land Trust and has served on the Planning Board and the Comprehensive Plan Committee. When away from the drafting board, Trevor enjoys golfing and skiing with his wife and keeping up with their two young boys.