Cathedral of the Holy Cross renovation completed in Boston’s South End
With a brighter space, vibrant stained-glass windows, and a gleaming stone floor, the Cathedral of the Holy Cross reopens in Boston’s South End after more than a year of renovations. CEO and Founding Principal David P. Manfredi tells The Boston Globe about bringing light back into the cathedral and its neighborhood.
The Boston Globe
Wallpaper* Magazine Examines “The 21st century iterations of retail architecture” at Hudson Yards
Le Marais in Paris. Xintiandi in Shanghai. And now the Shops & Restaurants at Hudson Yards. Elkus Manfredi’s CEO and Founding Principal David Manfredi tells Wallpaper* magazine that New York City’s newest retail destination is designed in the same tradition as other world-class shopping experiences: it is ‘a place to build community on a grand scale.’
Vice President William Halter Speaks to The Improper Bostonian About Building in the Time of Climate Change
Elkus Manfredi Vice President William Halter recently spoke with the Improper Bostonian about building in the time of climate change and how we’re working to make The St. Regis Residences, Boston, more resilient to sea level rise.
Boston University’s Booth Theatre Detailed in Wallpaper* Magazine’s Building Blocks
See why Wallpaper* magazine calls Joan & Edgar Booth Theatre and the College of Fine Arts Production Center at Boston University “a 21st-century learning environment for collaboration and experimentation at its best.”
Creative Thinker: Elizabeth Lowrey Profiled in Modern Luxury Interiors Boston
“Successful design is about finding new ways to look at things,” Principal Elizabeth Lowrey tells Jaci Conry at Modern Luxury Interiors. Learn how the collaborative nature of the Elkus Manfredi interiors studio brings ideas to life.
Modern Luxury Interiors Boston
Reinventing an Art Deco Icon in Boston’s Financial District
The recent opening of LaSalle Investment Management’s dynamic new lobby at 110 High Street marks a new chapter for an Art Deco icon in Boston’s Financial District. Elkus Manfredi Principal Mark Sardegna sums it up in this Boston Real Estate Times article: “It’s a project that embraces history while stepping with confidence into the future of our city.”
Real Estate Times
Union Trust Building’s “Architectural Riches and Modern Gems”
Originally constructed in 1917, The Davis Companies’ Union Trust Building had seen many years and it showed. Elkus Manfredi Architects provided services related to the building’s rehabilitation. “We created a contemporary use for a building that had essentially lost its way,” says Vice President Ross Cameron.
Designer Emily Bulkeley Recognized by IIDA New England as Emerging Leader
The International Interior Design Association’s New England chapter selected Designer Emily Bulkeley as one of 20 design professionals to join its prestigious Emerging Leaders program as the class of 2018. Find answers to pressing questions like “Revit, CAD, or Sketchup?” in their interview.
Work Design Magazine Covers the “Wellness, Tech, and Sophistication” in WHOOP’s New Offices
Not every company has treadmills off reception, multiple meeting rooms, a spacious café, and views of Fenway Park. Take a look at how our Elkus Manfredi designers helped WHOOP achieve their dream workplace.
Work Design Magazine
Boston Magazine Names David Manfredi as One of the “100 Most Influential People”
Elkus Manfredi’s CEO and Founding Principal David Manfredi is recognized alongside several clients and friends of the firm in Boston Magazine’s May 2018 issue. The citation reads, “Nobody is doing more to shape the appearance of Boston, from its campuses to its workplaces to pretty much everywhere else you look.”
Elizabeth Lowrey Named One of 20 Inspiring Women in Interior Design Magazine
In recognition of International Women’s Day, Interior Design named Elizabeth Lowrey as one of the “20 inspiring women who make up the new face of the design industry.” Her reaction? “I’m honored and inspired. I share this recognition with all the talented women at Elkus Manfredi and the talented men who collaborate with us.”
Interior Design Magazine
Architectural Digest explores how “Architects are Innovating the College Dorm”
AD reports on a new approach to campus residences and Lee Pelton, President of Emerson College, explains “The vision is to develop the coolest, hippest, most compelling destination in downtown.” Photos of Emerson and Rutgers are included as examples. Elizabeth Lowrey offers thoughts on designing for “a new generation of students for whom work-life balance is top of mind.”
“From skyscrapers to sandwiches in the Seaport.” The Boston Globe sits down with David Manfredi.
The Boston Globe interviews David Manfredi on shaping a city. “Our role as planners and architects is broad. It often has to be about more than a single building. How do we improve connectivity? How do we make it more livable? How do we create really good public places where people want to be out on the sidewalk? A big part of innovation is making social spaces.”
The Boston Globe
Space International Hotel Design Magazine — 5 min with CT Nguyen
Designer CT Nguyen is profiled in Space International Hotel Design Magazine! “As designers we uncover history and context; we also engage the client to bring us on their journey with their vision, their hopes, and their dreams. “Turn to page 146 for “5 mins with CT.”
Space International Hotel Design Magazine
The Innovation and Design Building featured in Boston Magazine
The Innovation and Design Building was featured in Boston Magazine for its transformation from a military waterside warehouse to the City’s hot spot for designers, researchers, makers, and innovators alike. Purchased in 2013 by Jamestown, the IDB is undergoing a $100 million renovation and repositioning by Elkus Manfredi Architects for placemaking and building improvements.
Emerson Dedicates Room to Architect, Collaborator Howard Elkus
Friends and colleagues gathered as Emerson College and President Lee Pelton dedicated the Howard Elkus Meeting and Dining Room in honor of our Founding Principal. A touching and memorable tribute to Howard and to those he inspired to reinvent and define Emerson’s campus.