Carmen M. Garufo has been practicing architecture for 30+ years and is registered in eight states including Texas. In 1988 he resigned as a principal in a large firm to start his own small, collaborative office, CMG Architects Inc., to pursue a diversified practice of planning and design. The firm has been engaged to design a variety of project types including; industrial, educational, multifamily residential, and commercial commissions. In addition to building commissions, the firm has executed plans for a number of colleges and secondary schools, and participated in urban design proposals for the City of Boston and the Metropolitan Transit Authority in Massachusetts.
He has always considered teaching a necessary part of architectural practice. Throughout his career he has taught part-time at the Rhode Island School of Design, the Boston Architectural College, Wentworth Institute of Technology, and visiting assignments at MIT and the Graduate School of Design at Harvard.
- B.Arch. with Honors, Pratt Institute