John Wagner

John Wagner

John Wagner’s architectural practice is defined by engagement with diverse community members, artists, activists, leadership, and financial stakeholders.

John Wagner’s architectural practice is defined by engagement with diverse community members, artists, activists, leadership, and financial stakeholders. His design practice creates spaces of interaction unique to the communities they serve. His collaboration with Matthew Mazzotta applies architectural practice to artistic creation addressing issues rooted in the convergence of public space, art, justice, and the built environment. Wagner, NCARB, is a licensed architect, received a B.Arch from Virginia Tech, a Masters in Architecture from Harvard Graduate School of Design, and is currently an Irving Innovation Fellow at Harvard University.