Brooke Trivas

Associate AIA, MCPPO, LEED AP BD+C
Principal, K-12 Education, Boston

Impacted by the racial tensions she witnessed as a girl growing up in Baltimore, Brooke has spent her career creating spaces that instill their occupants with a sense of equity, safety, and belonging. She brought that belief with her when she joined Perkins&Will and started Boston’s K-12 practice. Building on the firm’s legacy of designing for schools, Brooke has nurtured the growth of this practice, bringing sustainable, inspiring, and inclusive spaces to students and teachers throughout the Northeast. Her belief is that the time and effort she takes in design comes through in a building in the sense of place, community, and sustainable measures, while letting its users know how much they matter.

Within the Boston studio, she cultivates an environment of openness; she champions diversity, inclusion and learning through her various initiatives, and knows when it’s time to step back and let those initiatives take on a life of their own. She strives to create a workplace where voices are heard, opportunities are ample, and connections are made.

Design Philosophy
“Success is that spark that you see when people enter the building and their eyes light up because they can’t believe that this was designed for them.”
Project Opening
Billerica Memorial High School Opening

Brooke’s knack for building consensus was key in providing the Billerica community with a flexible, future-ready school that doubles as a vibrant community center.

Learn more about BMHS.

Brooke's passion for educational environments shines through in her work; she is a passionate advocate for creating spaces that allow students, teachers, and administrators to excel.
Billerica Memorial High School

Brooke's Featured Work

Work
Brimmer and May School Innovation Space
Newton, Massachusetts
Work
Billerica Memorial High School
Billerica, Massachusetts