American Institute for Architects - April 5, 2024

AIA Today’s Buildings for Tomorrow: Guide to Building Reuse for Climate Action

Our exemplary work on the Foundry 101 has been highlighted in the AIA’s newest resource, which helps architects renovating and adapting existing buildings. Its primary goal is to equip architects with the necessary knowledge to make informed decisions that promote sustainability and resilience while minimizing costs.

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Banker & Tradesman - April 7, 2024

Another Option for Vacant Office Buildings

Everyone talks about office-to-residential conversions as downtown Boston’s savior. But CambridgeSeven and others believe office-to-hotel projects could be just as important, if not more so.

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6 Hotel Pools Perfect for Swimmers - April 2, 2024

6 Hotel Pools Perfect for Swimmers

The New York Times shares the top 6 hotel pools in the U.S. featuring the outdoor pool at CambridgeSeven’s Four Seasons New Orleans Hotel and Private Residences.

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Kuwait Times - February 27, 2024

Kuwait’s architectural renaissance: Innovation and sustainability

The Kuwait Times profiles CambridgeSeven’s College of Life Sciences at Kuwait University as one of three buildings defining the country’s “architectural renaissance.”

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Oceanus: The Journal of our Ocean Planet - 18 January 2024

The ocean gets a fresh look at UN Climate Conference

CambridgeSeven is featured by WHOI in their most recent issue of Oceanus, with author David Levin sharing the teams’ collaboration on the design and creation of the Ocean Pavilion at COP28.

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The Construction Specifier - 29 December 2023

Louisiana lakefront development’s design blends education and nature

CambridgeSeven’s newest museum and exhibit project Port Wonder Children’s Museum and Nature Center is a collaboration of education, nature and new exhibit designs.

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KPEL-FM - 28 December 2023

See the Progress of Port Wonder Coming to the Lake Charles Lakefront

CambridgeSeven’s newest museum and exhibits project is under construction and looking good!

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CBC - October 28, 2023

Renowned architect to create museum around historic St. Stephen basketball court

The 130-year-old court to be part of Canadian National Basketball Experience Museum

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The Architect's Newspaper: Southeast edition - November 16, 2023

Down on the Bayou

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Boston Business Journal - October 12, 2023

CambridgeSeven’s work is on display at Boston, New York exhibitions

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retrofit - September/October 2023

An 1890 Steam-pump Manufactory Now Is a Vibrant Hub for the Cambridge, Mass., Community

From Steam to STEAM: The Foundry embraces its history within the new creative community hub

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Architectural Record - 20 September 2023

‘Emerging Ecologies’ at MoMA Looks to Architecture’s Past for a Fresh Perspective on a Sustainable Future

Pansy Schulman at Architectural Record” gives an inside look into the Museum of Modern Art’s newest exhibit.

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Metropolis - July/August 2023

Two Massachusetts Communities gain a Center at an Upcycled Landmark

James McCown of Metropolis magazine discusses the new creative, multi-purpose arts hub “The Foundry” with CambridgeSeven architects Justin Crane, FAIA, and Stefanie Greenfield, AIA.

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Attractions Management - August 2023

Aquaria: A fresh start

Attractions Management magazine takes a look into the design enhancements and merge of the Audubon Insectarium and Aquarium, focusing on the organization’s messege surrounding themes of conservation and education.

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Dezeen - 26 July 2023

Crystalline volume added to Audubon Aquarium and Insectarium in New Orleans

Dezeen writer Jenna McKnight takes a deep dive into the Audubon Insectarium, exploring the crystalline volume at the entry and the stunning, engaging exhibits.

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Hotel Executive Magazine - July 2023

Trends in Hotel Spa Design to Nurture Guest Health and Wellness

Hotel Executive Magazine highlights CambridgeSeven’s design considerations for hotel spas.

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Audubon Insectarium - CambridgeSeven

blooloop. - June 13, 2023

Audubon Aquarium and Insectarium Reopen in New Orleans Under One Roof

The two institutions are now known as the Audubon Aquarium and Insectarium

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Drone image of Audubon Aquarium and Audubon Insectarium. March 29, 2023

My New Orleans - April 18, 2023

Audubon Aquarium and Audubon Insectarium Opening Date Announced

The extensive Audubon Aquarium renovation designed by CambridgeSeven and EDR is wrapping up in time for World Oceans Day.

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Hilton Garden Inn, Brookline MA | CambridgeSeven Hotel Business

Hotel Business Magazine - April 2023

CambridgeSeven Designs All-Glass Tower Outside of Boston

Hotel Business Magazine features CambridgeSeven’s ground-breaking, sensitive design of the Hilton Garden Inn in Brookline.

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The Cambridge Department of Public Works - March 22, 2023

Danehy Gateway Pavilion Project to Bring Athletic Facility, Improvements to Danehy Park

CambridgeSeven is currently designing a net-zero public athletic pavilion at Danehy Park in Cambridge to serve local youth sports teams.

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Design For Freedom Summit – Five Steps to Build Better

While at the Design for Freedom Summit at Grace Farms, we learned five big steps architects can take to make better material choices.

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Massachusetts Building Energy Code changes - Jacob Bloom - CambridgeSeven

Banker & Tradesman - February 26, 2023

Developers Lean into High-Efficiency Designs

Banker & Tradesman dives into the new Massachusetts Building Energy code with input from Associate Jacob Bloom, LFA

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Parametric Design was used for the Broad Discovery Center, Cambridge - CambridgeSeven

Banker & Tradesman - February 26, 2023

How Parametric Design is Changing Architecture

Principal Timothy Mansfield, AIA shares with Banker & Tradesman about parametric design tools enhancing architectural designs of past and present.

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Principal Justin Crane Elevated to AIA College of Fellows

Justin’s career has been defined by his devotion to community engagement, ethical design choices, and advocating for a more equitable built environment.

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HOTELS Magazine Shares Design Details of the Cambria Hotel Somerville

CambridgeSeven was the architecture and design firm of record on the Cambria Hotel Boston Somerville, developed by The Noannet Group. Here, Jan Brenner, Associate Principal, AIA, CambridgeSeven, shares his experience working on the project and the overall design process.

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Drone image of Audubon Aquarium and Audubon Insectarium. March 29, 2023

My New Orleans - April 18, 2023

Audubon Aquarium and Audubon Insectarium Opening Date Announced

The extensive Audubon Aquarium renovation designed by CambridgSeven and EDR is wrapping up in time for World Oceans Day.

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The Long Game San Francisco 49ers - CambridgeSeven

San Francisco 49ers Unveil “The Long Game”

CambridgeSeven’s newest exhibit highlights social justice and equity in the context of professional sports

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NEREJ - December 9, 2022

One Dalton honored by CTBUH as a best tall building – developed by Carpenter & Co.

CambridgeSeven, Pei Cobb & Freed, and Carpenter & Co. were honored with two awards from the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat.

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College of Life Science won an award from Architizer A+ Awards

Architizer - November 24, 2022

CambridgeSeven Chats with Architizer about College of Life Sciences

Principal Patti Intrieri, AIA answers questions from Architizer about the design challenges of the College of Life Sciences

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Liberty Hotel - CambridgeSeven

Hotel Executive - November 20, 2022

Purposeful Hotel Design: Breathing New Life Into Old Buildings

Gary Johnson discusses crafting unique hotels from the adaptive reuse of buildings with former lives.

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Rochester Democrat & Chronicle - November 11, 2022

It’s a Whole New Water World within RMSC. New Exhibit Opens

CambridgeSeven’s Wonders of Water exhibit opened at the Rochester Museum and Science Center to great acclaim.

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Foundry Building in Cambridge - CambridgeSeven

Banker & Tradesman Features Cambridge Foundry Building

Industrial Building Joins Cambridge’s Innovation Economy. Written by Justin Crane.

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Foundry Opening in Cambridge - CambridgeSeven

WBUR - November 4, 2022

WBUR Takes Tour of Foundry and Its Role in Cambridge

The 50,000-square-foot former steam pump factory has gallery space, a black box theater, a dance studio, metal and fiber workshops, a kitchen, art studios, conference rooms and more — all available for public use.

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Metal Architecture Magazine - October 3, 2022

Metal Panels: Considerations for Selecting a Metal Panel Façade

Tim Mansfield and other experts explain how facade materials are selected.

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Broad Institute Discovery Center - CambridgeSeven

Broad Institute News - September 19, 2022

Broad Discovery Center in Cambridge opens to the public this October

Visitors are invited to explore galleries highlighting key discoveries and transformative insights in biomedicine.

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Foundry Kendall Square - CambridgeSeven

The Boston Globe - September 21, 2022

The Foundry, a new makerspace in an old building, opens in Kendall Square

Cambridge creatives have a new hotspot for artistic learning and collaboration: the Foundry in Kendall Square’s Innovation District.

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Rendering of Roux Institute Northeastern University campus by CambridgeSeven

News@Northeastern - August 9, 2022

Roux Institute Unveils Plans for Permanent Home with Support of Portland Community

The integrated campus plan includes a variety of buildings to be developed in phases as the institute grows.

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Discovery Hall at Sloan Museum - CambridgeSeven

East Village Magazine - July 17, 2022

Re-Made Sloan Museum of Discovery Celebrates Opening

With an all-new Discovery Hall designed by CambridgeSeven that houses interactive, colorful science islands

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Metal Architecture Magazine - July 1, 2022

Kuwait University Building Features Dual-Façade Desert Design

CambridgeSeven wins Sustainability Award from Metal Architecture Magazine

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Museum Magazine

Doing Our Part – Museum Magazine

This article about social equity and sustainability ran in the July/August issue of Museum magazine, a member benefit of the American Alliance of Museums.

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cambria hotel somerville - cambridgeseven

The Somerville Times - July 5, 2022

Cambria Hotel Boston Somerville opens its doors

CambridgeSeven’s newest hotel, the Cambria Hotel Boston Somerville, opened in time for summer between Union, Porter, and Harvard Squares.

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Gary Johnson, AIA, CambridgeSeven interview - June 28, 2022

CRE Architecture Insights from CambridgeSeven President Gary Johnson

CambridgeSeven President Gary Johnson, AIA discusses modern hospitality trends in a post-COVID, more resilient world.

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People stand outside the Foundry's main entrance for the ribbon cutting ceremony

Cambridge Chronicle-Tab - June 29, 2022

Cambridge cuts ribbon on transformed Foundry 101 building, a new space for artists

CambridgeSeven celebrates the opening of the Foundry community center in Cambridge

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Vue Orleans - CambridgeSeven

New York Times - June 23, 2022

In New Orleans, Time-Tested Charms and Some Bright New Baubles

Immersive art, bespoke hotels and restaurants that range from Creole to a ‘tropical roadhouse’ are only a few of the offerings awaiting visitors.

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The new union square green line T station is in operation

The Washington Post - Travel - June 5, 2022

In Somerville, Mass., New Union Square Stop is a Go

Our new Cambria Somerville Hotel is part of a bustling new area in Somerville hosting good eats, drinks, and a new T stop.

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Cambria Hotel Somerville Boston Globe CambridgeSeven

The Boston Globe - May 19, 2022

A Design-Forward Hotel Finds a Home in Somerville

The developer of the Cambria Boston Somerville hopes to bring some character to the city’s hospitality scene.

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Audubon Insectarium - CambridgeSeven

Audubon Nature Institute - May 17, 2022

Audubon Nature Institute Reimagines Audubon Aquarium and Insectarium

See a preview of the dramatic transformations CambridgeSeven is working on at the Audubon Aquarium of the Americas in New Orleans.

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New Orleans World Trade Center CambridgeSeven

Preservation Resource Center of New Orleans - May 1, 2022

Preservation Resource Center Features Four Seasons New Orleans

Historic International Trade Mart building’s renovation into the Four Seasons brings glamour back to city’s riverfront

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CambridgeSeven Vue Orleans

My New Orleans - April 21, 2022

Healthy Festival Eats and New Orleans as You Have Never Experienced It

Vue Orleans is the main attraction during a New Orleans food festival this month as a new dazzling showcase of NOLA culture.

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One Dalton Spa and Pool - CambridgeSeven

Four Seasons Press Room - April 26, 2022

Four Seasons One Dalton Receives Ten Stars from Forbes Travel Guide

Thanks to its luxurious hotel and spa experience, One Dalton is one of two hotels in Boston to receive this distinction.

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Williams Inn BSA Hospitality Award Winner - CambridgeSeven

Boston Real Estate Times - February 22, 2022

CambridgeSeven Honored with 2021 Hospitality Design Award by Boston Society for Architecture

The BSA awarded the 2021 Hospitality Design Award to our design of the Williams Inn saying, “The building site within its landscape is thoughtfully executed, and the use of local materials and native species was particularly distinctive.”

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Patricia Intrieri, AIA, CambridgeSeven Principal and Najla Alghanim, Chairman of Gulf Consult. accept the MENA Award

CambridgeSeven Life Sciences Building Wins MENA Award

CambridgeSeven & Gulf Consult Awarded “MENA Education Project of the Year” In Middle East’s Largest Infrastructure Award Program

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A large globe floats above the conference space at COP26

BSA - December 16, 2021

BSA Members at COP26: Architecture’s Role in the Climate Crisis

CambridgeSeven and Boston-based Bergmeyer represented the architecture industry and the BSA at COP26 this year.

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The Boston Globe - December 14, 2021

There’s a New Office Building Proposed Between Quincy Market and the Greenway

Gazit Horizons, which owns two retail buildings alongside Quincy Market, aims to put a seven-story office building there.

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Williams Inn - Traditional Building

Traditional Building Magazine - November 8, 2021

Williams Inn by CambridgeSeven

Traditional Building Magazine delves into the design features of the Williams Inn hotel in Williamstown, designed by CambridgeSeven.

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Inside of the Basketball Hall of Fame, designed by CambridgeSeven

NEREJ - November 5, 2021

CambridgeSeven designs $25m reno. for Basketball Hall of Fame

The Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame recently reopened with an all-new visitor experience and reimagined museum designed by CambridgeSeven architecture and exhibit design firm

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A group pf people standing next to the resilience hub at COP26 - CambridgeSeven

Boston Real Estate Times - November 4, 2021

Resilience Hub Pavilion Designed by Boston’s CambridgeSeven Hosts Global Climate Programs 24/7

CambridgeSeven-designed Resilience Hub at COP26 is bustling with activity in person and virtually.

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People gather at the COP26 Resilience Hub designed by CambridgeSeven

The Architect's Newspaper - November 1, 2021

COP26 kicks off in Glasgow with talks, exhibitions, and a CambridgeSeven-designed Resilience Hub

The US pavilion and Resilience Hub designed by CambridgeSeven for the Atlantic Council is taking an active role at the COP26 climate summit in Glasgow.

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College for Life Science, Kuwait University, CambridgeSeven

Boston Real Estate Times - October 21, 2021

CambridgeSeven Wins MEED Award for College of Life Sciences

CambridgeSeven Awarded “Education Project of the Year” In Middle East’s Largest Infrastructure Awards Program

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Boston Real Estate Times - September 20, 2021

CambridgeSeven Revitalizes Brookline Crossing With First All-Glass Tower

Boston Real Estate Times highlights the excitement of the firm, town, and developer on the revolutionary Hilton Garden Inn hotel in Brookline.

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Boston Business Journal - September 22, 2021

Developer Proposes ‘Grand Portal’ Connecting Greenway and Faneuil Hall

CambridgeSeven is working with Gazit Horizons to transform Marketplace Center into a bustling commercial hub

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RobbReport01 Four Seasons New Orleans - CambridgeSeven

Robb Report - August 17, 2021

First Look: Inside Four Seasons’s First-Ever Hotel in New Orleans

The Robb Report got the first glimpse into NOLA’s newest luxury hotel – The Four Seasons designed by CambridgeSeven

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Pathways to Low Carbon in Somerville

Associate Jacob Bloom discusses the Zero Carbon Certification from International Living Future Institute

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MBTA Graphic Guidelines - CambridgeSeven

NBCBoston - August 18, 2021

Design Secrets the MBTA Uses to Keep You on Track

Colors, map design and even gaps in stairs were considered to help both out-of-towners and locals find their way through the system

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BBC - Future Planet - July 27th, 2021

Why We Should Build For Wildlife as well as People

From green roofs to bee bricks and hedgehog drawers, there are plenty of ways to make sterile buildings more accommodating to nature.

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A group of people hold a red ribbon outside on the front deck of the new Ocean EcoCenter in Stuart Florida.

WPBF News - July 16, 2021

Florida Oceanographic Society unveils new Ocean EcoCenter

The Florida Oceanographic Society’s Ocean EcoCenter features exhibits designed by CambridgeSeven that promote environmental stewardship and conservation.

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Expedition Blue being constructed on Cape Cod

The Barnstable Patriot - June 23, 2021

Installation of ‘Expedition Blue’ Waypoints Underway on Cape Cod

Cape Cod Chamber installs interpretive structures educating visitors about the region’s unique connection to water, coastal resources.

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Four Seasons New Orleans

The Architect's Newspaper - June 22,2021

Edward Durell Stone’s Only New Orleans Tower Gets a New Lease on Life

CambridgeSeven’s dramatic renovation of this historic New Orleans tower is about to be unveiled.

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Basketball Hall of Fame - CambridgeSeven

Boston Real Estate Times - June 1, 2021

Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame Hosts Ribbon Cutting Following Renovation

The Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony following its $25+ million museum refurbishment which launched in 2017 and designed by CambridgeSeven.

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Exterior image of the new entrance to the OH WOW Museum, designed by CambridgeSeven

Mahoning Matters - May 15, 2021

Reopening of OH WOW! Children’s Center has Visitors Walking on Clouds

CambridgeSeven redesigned the entrance and street presence of the popular OH WOW Children’s Center, which celebrated its reopening this weekend.

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Looking up at a construction crane setting the final piece of steel structure in place on the Cambria Hotel Somerville-Cambridge

Boston Real Estate Times - May 13, 2021

The Noannet Group, Consigli Construction and CambridgeSeven Top Off Cambria Somerville-Cambridge

The team celebrated the placement of the final steel beam on Cambria Somerville-Cambridge, an upscale hotel slated to open in 2022.

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Ribbon Cutting of Hilton Garden Inn Brookline - CambridgeSeven

NEREJ - May 7, 2021

Brookline Hilton Garden Inn Team Celebrates Ribbon Cutting

Claremont marks opening of Hilton Garden Inn with ribbon cutting – 10-story, 174-room hotel designed by CambridgeSeven and built by Callahan

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Hilton Garden Inn Brookline - CambridgeSeven

Boston Real Estate Times - April 6, 2021

CambridgeSeven Celebrates the Opening of the Hilton Garden Inn in Brookline

The iconic property marks a momentous transformation of a significant crossroads connecting Brookline Avenue, Route 9 and parts of the Emerald Necklace.

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Justin Crane - Boston Common Magazine

Boston Common - April 1, 2021

Tidal Shift: The Architect featuring Justin Crane, AIA

Boston Common featured Associate Principal Justin Crane, AIA, as a local creative making waves in the field of architecture.

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Four Seasons New Orleans - CambridgeSeven - Bill Rooney Studio 02 - March 25, 2021

Dining Room Experiences and the Future of Travel

Gary Johnson, AIA provides insights into how the future of travel restaurants can evolve after COVID-19 to provide unique guest experiences.

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Danielle McDonough, AIA

Danielle McDonough Receives AIA Young Architects Award

Senior Associate Danielle McDonough, AIA, LEED AP BD+C is a recipient of the prestigious AIA Young Architects Award!

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Technology in Design Industry - CambridgeSeven

Banker & Tradesman - February 22, 2021

Advancements in Technology for the Design and Construction Industry

Timothy Mansfield, AIA, shares his insights on recent technology trends for architecture including AI, parametric design, and robotic fabrication.

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CambridgeSeven 2021 promotions

CambridgeSeven 2021 Promotions

CambridgeSeven is proud to announce promotions for seven employees this year.

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NOLA Four Seasons - CambridgeSeven

The Times Picayune - Nov. 11, 2020

What the Four Seasons’ opening means to New Orleans: a key milestone in its recovery

A New Orleans landmark skyscraper is set for a spring unveiling as a top-of-the-line Four Seasons Hotel and Private Residences.

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Boston Common - CambridgeSeven

Community First – Boston Common Magazine

CambridgeSeven President and CEO, Gary Johnson, AIA was recognized for charitable initiatives, along with four other influential local leaders.

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Four Seasons New Orleans - CambridgeSeven - Oct. 28, 2020

How would Drew Brees’ ‘baller’ condo at the Four Seasons Hotel look? Get a sneak preview

Get a sneak preview of the luxurious condos at the new Four Seasons Hotel and Private Residences, New Orleans.

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Dalton Discovery Center

Medium - July 8, 2020

Conservancy announces Dalton Discovery Center expansion, adding new interactive exhibits, galleries

The Conservancy of Southwest Florida has announced a monumental $4.5 million renovation and expansion of its Susan and William Dalton Discovery Center, which will add new interactive exhibits and galleries exploring areas of critical importance to the region.

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Four Seasons One Dalton Design - CambridgeSeven

Banker and Tradesman - June 28, 2020

Putting a Damper on Movement at One Dalton

Boston’s newest high-rise was designed to sway slowly in the wind like a tree, but its residents would never know that.

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Construction during COVID19 - CambridgeSeven

arkitekten. - June 16, 2020

Despite Closed Construction, American Architects are Working On

CambridgeSeven President, Gary Johnson, spoke with a Swedish journalist, Linda Marlevi, about current projects under construction, including Brookline’s Hilton Garden Inn, and how the firm and the industry are adapting to COVID-19.

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CRLS Scholarship Winner - CambridgeSeven

The Cambridge Chronicle - June 15, 2020

Cambridge student receives scholarship from CambridgeSeven

Third annual CambridgeSeven STEAM scholarship recipient is first in her family to attend college and plans to study computer science at UMass Boston.

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The Barnstable Patriot - June 3, 2020

Hyannis Harbor to be part of 2021 Blue Economy exhibition

CambridgeSeven’s innovative design for a network of sites on Cape Cod focused on promoting and teaching about the region’s Blue Economy is featured in this story.

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The Boston Globe - May 22, 2020

Boston museums may reopen soon, but will the experience be ‘diminished’?

CambridgeSeven principal, Peter Kuttner, FAIA, talks to Boston Globe writer Murray Whyte about the importance of single-path circulation for helping museums develop reopening plans.

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ENR Texas and Louisiana - March 30, 2020

Four Seasons Project Defies Hurdles, Decades of Delays

An in-depth discussion of the design and engineering challenges overcome by the project team in transforming this unlikely former office building into the luxury Four Seasons Hotel and Private Residences on the New Orleans riverfront.

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CambridgeSeven News - March 30, 2020

COVID-19 Update

An update from CambridgeSeven on the firm’s response to COVID-19.

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CambridgeSeven News - March 16, 2020

CambridgeSeven and COVID-19

A message from CambridgeSeven President, Gary Johnson, about the firm’s response to COVID-19.

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Michele Poirer-Mozzone

CambridgeSeven News - March 02, 2020

“Fractured Light” opens at the Paul Dietrich Gallery

Artist Michele Poirier-Mozzone talks about her influences and her process in this pre-show interview.

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Peter Sollogub, CambridgeSeven

Harrison Greenberg Foundation - February 1, 2020

The House on the Pier

CambridgeSeven’s Peter Sollogub, the creative force behind the Roundhouse restoration, tells the story behind the creative process for renewing this community gem in a moving video produced by the Harrison Greenberg Foundation.

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Restoration of Cambridge's Foundry Building

Banker & Tradesman - February 10, 2020

Restoration of Cambridge’s Foundry Preserves Important Stories, Unlocks New Futures

Justin Crane, AIA, Associate Principal, was invited to write to about how the transformation of this extraordinary building is a model for reuse and civic engagement.

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CambridgeSeven 2020 Employee Promotions

CambridgeSeven News - January 10, 2020

CambridgeSeven 2020 Promotions

CambridgeSeven is proud to announce promotions for seven employees at the start of 2020.

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Metal Architecture - January 2, 2020

Sustainable Shift

Sustainable materials played a significant role in the design of the Pulichino Tong Business Center at UMass Lowell, as this feature in Metal Architecture details.

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Cambridge Chronicle - October 4, 2019

“We’re on the Right Track:” Cambridge unveils updated plans, timeline for Foundry Building

Cambridge Chronicle outlines CambridgeSeven’s community presentation and design for The Foundry, a STEAM-focused community space in historic iron foundry building.

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New England hotels

Bloomberg - September 18, 2018

Visiting Colleges? The Era of Staying in a Sad Hotel is Over.

Bloomberg Pursuits explored the concept of hospitality on campus with Gary Johnson and Stefanie Greenfield, whose extensive knowledge in this category is quoted throughout the article. The Williams Inn at Williams College and the Hanover Inn at Dartmouth College, both CambridgeSeven projects, were celebrated and referenced in this piece.

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The Berkshire Eagle - August 15, 2019

Check-in time arrives for new Williams Inn

Feature story on the opening of the Williams Inn located on the Williams College campus in Williamstown, MA. The opening of the Berkshires’ newest property marks the second project the firm has completed for the college, the first being the Williams College Bookstore, which opened in 2017.

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Boston Magazine - August 8, 2019

New Hotels for Getaways by the Ocean, in the Country, and in Beacon Hill

CambridgeSeven’s newest project in the Berkshires, the Williams Inn, designed to mimic and champion its quintessential New England surroundings, was included in Boston Magazine’s roundup of new hotels for the perfect getaway.

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Banker & Tradesman - July 28, 2019

Hospitality Designs Influence Office and Academic Projects

Guest article penned by CambridgeSeven Principal, Stefanie Greenfield, on how hospitality design influences both office and academic projects.

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Boston Globe - June 14, 2019

One Dalton, Boston’s commanding new skyscraper, conjures architectural magic

Globe architecture critic, Robert Campbell, reviews the firm’s Four Seasons Hotel & Residences, One Dalton project highlighting its architectural magic.

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The Improper Bostonian - April 19, 2019

Tall Story

CambridgeSeven Principal and President, Gary Johnson, sits down with The Improper Bostonian to discuss his work on One Dalton alongside Pei Cobb Freed.

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Wallpaper Magazine - March 1, 2019

Building blocks: new structures around the globe in 2019

The firms Ministry of Education Headquarters project, located in Kuwait, included in a roundup of new and unique structures cropping up across that world that are considered the pillars of our societies.

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Boston Globe - January 31, 2019

WBUR unveils new space for the city

Boston NPR affiliate WBUR, which says it’s home to the city’s largest radio newsroom, is opening a new convention location, CitySpace.

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Roundhouse Aquarium - CambridgeSeven

KTLA5 - November 5, 2018

Newly Renovated Aquarium Reopens in Manhattan Beach

KTLA news reporter, Gayle Anderson, visits the newly renovated Roundhouse Aquarium, conducted by CambridgeSeven, as part of the network’s “Something For The Summer” series.

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DIGMB - November 5, 2018

‘Crown Jewel Of Manhattan Beach’ Re-Opens In Emotional Ceremony

Feature story on the grand re-opening of the Roundhouse Aquarium in Manhattan Beach, CA which credits CambridgeSeven with the redesign of the space.

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The Times Record - November 1, 2018 

Green movement grows brighter on campuses in Maine

Feature story highlighting the firm’s role in helping Bowdoin College take on climate change with their design on the new, environmentally-smart Roux Center for the Environment.

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