David Fixler is an architect in practice since 1980. A graduate of Tufts and Columbia Universities, he is an expert in working with historic buildings and precincts of the 20th century modern movement, having guided the rehabilitation of numerous landmark facilities for government, cultural and higher education clients. A frequent writer and lecturer on architecture and preservation, David has had his design and written work published in books and journals internationally, including Aalto and America, co-edited with Stanford Anderson and Gail Fenske, published by Yale U. Press in 2012. Currently a Lecturer at the Harvard GSD he has also lectured and taught at a variety of institutions and venues in 16 countries on 5 continents. Mr. Fixler is a Fellow of the American Institute of Architects and the Association for Preservation Technology International (APTI), Design Peer Review Architect for the United States General Services Administration, co-founder and past president of Docomomo US/New England, past United States representative on the Docomomo International Specialty Committee for Registers, co-founder and former co-chair of the APTI Technical Committee on Modern Heritage, and former chair and current member of the Heritage Conservation Committee of the Society of Architectural Historians.