After graduating from the University of Detroit’s School of Architecture in 1977 where I earned a B.A. in Architecture, I continued my education at The Boston Architectural Center and Harvard University. I settled in beautiful New England, where my love of the ocean and the mountains is continually nurtured. Working as a carpenter in the construction industry for many years, I gained a keen knowledge of construction means and methods. After working several years in architectural offices in the Boston area, the dream of establishing an architectural firm with a broad knowledge of construction and strong interaction with the public was realized. Annino Inc. has developed meaningful and lasting relationships with a variety of clients and contractors on very diverse and complicated commercial and residential projects. The reliance on integrity, value and strong design has resulted in attractive and functional buildings.
It is very important to me, to be fully vested in the communities in which we live. As a former member of the Mansfield Planning Board (16 years), Board of Selectmen (6 years) and current member of the Mansfield Municipal Building Committee much effort has been expended in the development of the Master Plan for the Town of Mansfield.
Annino Inc. represents over 35 years of continued service in the Design and Construction Industries. As we move forward, we need to understand more fully the effects the built environment has on our lives and how we can better design and prepare for a future where we enhance and support the world in which we live.
Erik is a licensed architect and earned his Bachelor of Architecture from the Boston Architectural Center. He likes to work on a variety of project types and enjoys the challenges and complications of each project. He is excellent at interpreting the building code and excels in finding solutions to problematic project issues. Erik’s many years within the architecture field have built up a working technical knowledge of the many aspects of building types. He is also adept at managing the various facets of larger complex projects.
Richard has been with Annino Incorporated since 1992. He enjoys meeting with clients to discuss their residential needs and develops inspirational design ideas that fully understand those very diverse requirements. Inspired by his father who worked many years as a Master Carpenter and an artistic mother, he was hooked on architecture from an early age. He went on to study and graduate from Rhode Island School of Design with a Bachelor of Architecture and Bachelor of Fine Art.
He is a NCARB certified architect, registered in the State of Rhode Island and the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
A lifelong New Englander, he enjoys its diverse offerings, including both historic and modern architecture. In addition to enjoying home and family, he has had the opportunity to travel with family and friends, experiencing the work of great architects from Brunelleschi to Wright along the way.
At home in North Attleboro, MA, he was active for many years in local government, serving as a member of the Representative Town Meeting, a long-time member and Chair of the Historical Commission and a two-term member and Chair of the Planning Board. Currently, he is a docent at the John Brown Museum for the Rhode Island Historical Society.
Christine was engrossed in design from an early age. She constantly explored and compared buildings and spaces, both interior and out in nature. Her love of the ocean landed her at Roger Williams University on Narragansett Bay where she graduated with a Bachelor of Architecture. Her natural intuition gives her a personal approach to her client relationships where she listens and interprets their ideas into reality. Christine likes to work on both Commercial and Residential projects and loves when she can respectfully revitalize an old historic mill space with new life. She also likes the real-life challenges of solving onsite field issues when they arise. As a team player, she likes to collaborate on larger projects and enjoys working with and coordinating the firm’s engineering consultants. To give back to her Community, she has done volunteer work at her Church, was a previous member of the Historic Society and participated in the New Master Plan for the Town of Wrentham.
With an interest in the arts from an early age, Deborah pursued her passion at Rhode Island School of Design earning a Bachelor of Architecture and Bachelor of Fine Art. Her professional experience is both commercial and residential and she enjoys challenging projects. Deborah takes pride in personally connecting with every client and leading projects from start to finish. During her career Deborah has been an active part of the community by serving on numerous boards including the Town of Easton Cultural Council, Historic District Study Committee and Planning Board where she has been a member since 2013.
Jesse attended New England Tech where he studied 3-dimensional modeling and computer aided design. Since graduating in 2006 with a Bachelor’s in Science, he has gained invaluable real-world experience in the field. Big or small, Commercial or Residential, Jesse is a conscientious team player willing to dive into all projects with the type of thought and care that building design requires.