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Zhanna Drogobetsky reflects on 20 years in Boston’s design industry.
Erik Rueda, head of Chelsea-based Erik Rueda Design Lab, is on a mission to create a coworking space for craftspeople—and establish a new design district in the process.
The founding director of the Cape Cod Modern House Trust discusses the organization’s 10-year anniversary, his newest project, and why he’s loved modern architecture since he was a kid.
On her path to success and what it’s like to be the only woman in steel-toe boots.
The City Council president talks bicycling and more.
On how the industry has changed and why she hates Pinterest.
A Dorchester-based developer creates top-notch properties with an eye toward sustainability.
The urban designer shares his wish list.
The house that built Lululemon reinvents casual luxury with a new family venture.
Maria Taft and Abigail Goodman reveal their secrets of art curation.
The dynamic duo behind Boston’s celebrated restaurant O Ya and the new Fenway eatery Hojoko talk collaborations, karaoke, and the secrets behind a successful kitchen.
Interior architect Elizabeth Lowrey has her hands in some of Boston’s biggest projects. Here’s what she’s thinking about right now.
The principal at Cambridge Seven Associates is helping shape Boston’s skyline.
The legendary designer talks Jackie O., Marimekko, and the future of Boston’s neighborhoods.
BSA president-elect Tim Love talks architecture, planning, and the future of Boston.