the TRACK at new balance featured in Interior Design magazine

The TRACK at new balance is a home for champions present and future and is among a roundup of “Top Wellness Destinations Around the World! The building houses a world-class track and field facility that draws elite athletes from across the globe, hosts sports camps for underserved Boston youth, and features a research lab dedicated to innovation in sports performance.

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University of Chicago’s Woodlawn Commons in Architonic

Embracing the University of Chicago’s pedagogical House concept that promotes community and intellectual exchange within tightly knit cohorts of undergraduates, the Woodlawn Commons consists of three six-story and one fifteen-story residential wings set on a common single-story amenities level.


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Christina Hoover Named an ENR New England Top Young Professional

An industry DEI advocate with a focus on Boston’s underserved populations, Senior Associate Christina Hoover has been named one of ENR New England’s Top Young Professionals.

ENR New England

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MassMutual featured in Global Design News

The Elkus Manfredi-designed 17-story building features a striking curvilinear façade with faceted panels to accentuate the building’s curvature and capture the shifting reflections of sunlight and shadow.

Global Design News

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Elkus Manfredi Announces Several Promotions

Elkus Manfredi Architects names two new Principals and announces promotions to Vice President, Senior Associate, and Associate.

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Elizabeth Lowrey writes for Fast Company

Companies that prioritize inclusion don’t just create better work environments; they also yield higher performance metrics than those that don’t.” Elizabeth Lowrey digs into ways to make an office more inclusive.

Fast Company

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7INK featured in Global Design News

7INK has been awarded a 2023 Future House Award by the Global Design News and The Chicago Athenaeum Museum for Architecture and Design. 7INK is Boston’s first “inclusive living” residence, offering tenants the fit and finishes of a luxury apartment, a ready-made social community, and the services of a hotel—all at an accessible price point.

Global Design News

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University of Michigan’s new P3 student residence

The University of Michigan has retained developer American Campus Communities, RAMSA and Elkus Manfredi Architects to create its new Central Campus Residential Community Development in a public-private partnership (P3).

The Architect’s Newspaper

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Janaya Hart Commercial Observer Top Young Professional

Senior Associate Janaya Hart was recognized as one of Commercial Observer’s Top 2023 Young Professionals. Read more about Janaya and her journey to architecture.

Commercial Observer

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Elizabeth Lowrey interviewed by Boston Real Estate Times

Elizabeth Lowrey on Successful Design: Will Today’s Design Strategy Work for Tomorow for an Office, a college Campus or an R&D Space?

Boston Real Estate Times

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AEW featured in I + S Design Magazine

AEW Capital Management is one of five projects that innovate and inspire across Northeastern U.S.

I + S Design Magazine

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Elizabeth Lowrey writes for Commercial Observer

Office spaces are no longer just about their size or location — they represent a strategic opportunity to create an inclusive culture in which business can innovate and thrive.” Principal Elizabeth Lowrey discusses how inclusive design can make the modern office work better.

Commercial Observer

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David Manfredi Wins Druker Award

CEO & Founding Principal David Manfredi is the 2023 recipient of the Druker Award Celebrating Design and Architecture. This award is presented annually to a leader who has made outstanding and important contributions to the world of design; each award recipient shares insights on the world of architecture and design at a corresponding lecture. David’s lecture was held at Boston Public Library on November 4.

New England Real Estate Journal

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Goulston & Storrs new office

We are excited to design and reimagine a new office space that supports our core values of collaboration, collegiality, and communication, which is our competitive advantage in the marketplace,” said Bill Dillon, Co-Managing Director at Goulston & Storrs. “Elkus Manfredi is activating our vision of creating an energetic office space with more opportunities for meaningful in-person interactions.”

Office Insight

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Tara Reilly in IIDA NE Designer Monologues

A co-creation process results in an award-winning workplace for one of the world’s largest marketing & communication companies”, says Vice President Tara Reilly.

Read more in IIDA NE’s Designer Monologues where Tara Reilly discusses the story behind the design of Publicis Groupe Boston.

IIDA NE Designer Monologues

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White Elephant Nantucket Featured in Hospitality Design

Renovations to White Elephant Nantucket’s 54-room Harborside Hotel and its 11 cottages have been completed. The opening was May 5, which coincided with the property’s 100th anniversary.

Hospitality Design

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Emily Paparella wins CREW Boston Award

Vice President Emily Paparella has won the 2023 CREW Boston Professional Service Award! The Professional Service Award is designed to recognize a CREW Boston member who is a significant contributor in their company or field through consistent years of superior service and through specific notable accomplishments and success.

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Elizabeth Lowrey profiled in Hospitality Interiors

My hope for the future is that we prioritize inclusivity throughout the design process rather than just in the final product.” Principal Elizabeth Lowrey discusses her career to date and how she hopes the future of hospitality design is an inclusive environment.

Hospitality Interiors

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Lowrey Again Named to List of 150 Most Influential Bostonians

For the fifth year in a row, Principal Elizabeth Lowrey is among Boston’s most influential people — “The city’s rapid growth and attempted return to new-normal office life have provided plenty of opportunity for Lowrey’s sought-after interior design work.”

Boston Magazine

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