George Takoudes is an accomplished healthcare architect and planner with 20 years of experience on award-winning academic medical center and health science projects. He combines an understanding of highly technical systems with a collaborative leadership style that leads project teams to realize environments that are simultaneously high-performance and welcoming.
In 2001 George received the national AIA Young Architect Award for professional achievement. Since then he has worked with some of the world’s most important healthcare institutions, including Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and Massachusetts General Hospital.
He brings his trademark combination of technical understanding and emotional intelligence to his teaching activities as well, founding the Young Designers Professional Development Institute for the Boston Society of Architects (BSA). He has published and lectured widely on healthcare design, and he currently sits on the steering committee of the Healthcare Associated Infections Organization. He has also served on advisory boards for Harvard University, Columbia University and the Hotchkiss School.