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Designing to Sell

It’s Not Only About Aesthetics As an architect-turned-developer, I made one of the most difficult transitions in the profession of creating buildings. My architectural education and my years of practicing architecture on my own put a necessary focus on design.  Why else does someone become an architect?  That said, I also thought that I was paying […]

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The Emperor’s New Clothes

Having recently touted the first-class architecture of 45 Province, among other aspects of this extraordinary property, and the Marino Center at Northeastern, I’d like to turn my attention to the state of contemporary architecture, in general. As an architect-turned-developer, I attended architectural school at a time when it was transitioning from the tail end of […]

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