Andrew Barresi is President of Roll Barresi & Associates, in charge of the overall management and directs the firm’s design efforts.
He joined the firm in 1997 and has served as project manager for sign and wayfinding programs for Johns Hopkins University, the City of Newport, Duke University, Peabody Essex Museum, The Arnold Arboretum, and Harvard Business School.
Andrew Barresi is an honors graduate of Wentworth Institute of Technology (Civil Engineering, 1987) and Massachusetts College of Art (Graphic Design, 1997). Prior to joining the firm, he was graphics coordinator for the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority, responsible for the design of graphic systems for the Authority in metropolitan Boston and surrounding cities and towns. He also managed the MBTA’s public arts program, “Arts on the Line” and ADA accessibility standards.
Projects Andrew has worked on:
Arnold Arboretum (The)
Harvard Law School
Johns Hopkins University
Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts
Newport (City of)
Rose F Kennedy Greenway
UMass Memorial Medical Ctr.
United States Inst. of Peace
Andrew Barresi’s work on the City of Newport sign program has received an Annual Design Award from the Society for Experiential Graphic Design. His work has been published in SEGDdesign and Architectural Record.
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