Eric Chamberlin


Eric Chamberlin is an Associate at Davis Square Architects, Inc and joined the firm in 2005. With over 15 years of architectural experience, Eric has worked on the design of complex renovations, public safety buildings, churches, office buildings, retail and both market-rate and affordable housing. He is a registered architect in both Massachusetts and New Hampshire.

Eric worked on the TILL Building, the integration and adaptive reuse of three run-down structures for 23 units of much-needed affordable housing (with two units designated for use by the Massachusetts Department of Developmental Services) and 11,000 sf of ground-level commercial space for use by a not-for-profit human service agency. The project was awarded the J. Timothy Anderson Award for “Best Historic Rehabilitation Project Utilizing Low-Income Housing Tax Credits” from the National Housing & Rehabilitation Association.

Other projects include the CHOICE Center at North Village, the new construction of an elderly residential building for the Senior Campus in Chelmsford, MA, and Ellis Memorial & Eldredge House, the renovation of two historic buildings in Boston’s South End.

Outside of the office, Eric is involved with the Wanakee UMC in Meredith, New Hampshire, and has designed their shower house and Director's Residence. He currently serves as Secretary for the Board of Directors.

The Catholic University of America, Bachelor of Architecture, 1999
The Catholic University of America, Bachelor of Science, 1998

Eric’s recent projects of note
Toward Independent Living & Learning (TILL)
CHOICE Center at North Village
Ellis Memorial & Eldredge House
1060 Belmont Street
Cambridge YWCA

"The more I want to get something done, the less I will call it work."
  ― Richard Bach