After graduating from Harvard’s GSD in 1969, Graham Gund worked briefly at TAC before launching his own practice in 1971. He and his firm have since built a distinguished and diverse body of work across the Boston area and beyond, ranging from creative preservation projects to modern school and university buildings. He was among the first to embrace post-modernism, and became the city's leading practitioner in the 1980s. Two of his projects, Church Court Condominiums in Back Bay and the Lincoln School in Brookline, were awarded the Harleston Parker medal, and many others have been recognized by the BSA and AIA.
Gund himself undertook the role of property developer for a number of projects, including Bulfinch Square in East Cambridge, which houses his offices. The Gund family has been generous in Boston, supporting Gund Hall at Harvard GSD and the Gund wing at the MFA among many other cultural and civic initiatives.
See http://www.gundpartnership.com to learn more.
Sources: Gund Partnership; Wikipedia.