For architect Maryann Thompson, leading her Cambridge-based design firm feels more like play than work. “[Architecture] is like a three-dimensional puzzle,” she says. “It’s really […]
In 1990, Mahesh Daas became the first person in his family to get a college degree. Then, the following year, armed with a B.A. in […]
A little over two decades ago, Kate Gilbert was a new Connecticut College grad with a degree in studio art. These days, she’s helping other […]
They say you can’t fight City Hall—but, with the right team in place, you can certainly redesign it. That’s the task at hand for Sasaki, […]
Even if Maureen and Sue Walsh never told you they were sisters, you’d probably figure it out on your own. The pair, co-owners of the […]
More than two decades into her career, Mikyoung Kim doesn’t just sculpt landscapes: She creates interactive art. “If we could put up a sign in […]
For a company that operates on a small scale, Amaral Industries produces some massive work. Located just feet from the Charles River in Bellingham, the […]
You could say craftsmanship is in Ted Harriss’s blood. The son of an artist and a cobbler, he grew up learning the ropes of his […]
Designer Angela Liguori shares the story behind her ribbon business.
Housing iLab director Marcy Ostberg reveals some of the ways her team is tackling Boston’s housing shortage.
Brunswick’s Maine Woolens keeps a state tradition alive.
A luxury condominium goes from state of the art to work of art.
Explore a nature-inspired office space in New Hampshire.
Designer Kelly Harris Smith opens up about her new children’s art studio.
Good’s Paul Niski discovers his perfect match in New England design.