What can UX Methodologies do for Office Design?

Co-creation is designed to unleash the hidden creativity, opportunities, and unique cultures of companies to create flexible, human-centric workplaces,” writes Principal Elizabeth Lowrey. Read about Publicis Groupe Boston’s headquarters and Elkus Manfredi’s co-creation process in FRAME Magazine.

FRAME Magazine

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David Manfredi on the Future of Design

From technology and innovation to sustainability and growth, the Greater Boston market continues to develop at an unprecedented scale, providing incredible opportunities for more diverse collaboration across disciplines. CEO and Founding Principal, David Manfredi shares his thoughts on the increasing intersectionality between design, health, and user experience.

Boston Real Estate Times

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One Broadway Lobby Profiled in Retrofit magazine

The lobby at One Broadway, Kendall Square in Cambridge is inviting, comfy and vibrant. Stylish materials, original art and flexible seating areas, our hospitality-inspired design is a departure from the traditional lobby, perfect for this innovative neighborhood.

Retrofit magazine

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New large-scale development project underway at Texas Medical Center in Houston

When completed, this urban innovation hub at Texas Medical Center (TMC3) will combine collaborative research facilities with shops, restaurants, residences, and offices interspersed with parks and plazas.

Houston Chronicle

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Digging Deep for Green Design Solutions

As developers and communities confront the looming threat of climate change read what sustainability coordinator, Kristen Fritsch advises clients on how to keep current on the latest regulations and strategies for making buildings energy-efficient and resistant to extreme weather events.

Banker & Tradesmen

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The Death of the Office Friendship

Everything we do is about building community,” Principal Elizabeth Lowrey says when asked how she and her colleagues dealt with having to go into lockdown in March 2020.

Boston Magazine

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Making Lab Projects An Appealing Suburban Neighbor

In his recent article in Banker & Tradesmen, CEO & Founding Principal David Manfredi discusses how 66 Galen reinvigorates the Watertown Corridor and emphasizes the importance of creating vibrant and inclusive neighborhood spaces.

Banker & Tradesmen

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How to create a workplace for career-long learning

Principal Elizabeth Lowrey writes that innovative companies must “call upon designers to create workspaces that enable every employee to learn while working and work while learning.”

The Biz Journals

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How 3D Data Visualizations Deliver Better Buildings

Principal John Martin illustrates how using 3D visualization and modeling tools maximize land value as well as environmental stewardship for buildings and benefits for the community.

Banker & Tradesman

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Reframing the Workplace for the Knowledge Economy

Principal Elizabeth Lowrey joined Design Museum Everywhere director Sam Aquillano and author Michael Horn on the Design is Everywhere podcast to discuss the role of education in the workplace. They discuss the co-creation process at Elkus Manfredi Architects, the science of learning and how employees find meaning in their work.

Design is Everywhere podcast

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Telling Stories with Buildings

MassPlumbers shares a lovely profile of CEO and Founding Principal David Manfredi, who believes his passion for literature still plays a part in his chosen profession.

Pipeline

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Office Users Should Embrace a Flexible Setup Post-COVID

Elizabeth Lowrey shares how embracing flexibility — in both tangible and intangible forms — will allow a company to engage in truly high-performance work.

Commercial Observer

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Getting there from here: A 4‑step process for identifying your hybrid work model

With hybrid work here to stay, Elizabeth Lowrey shares an approach to help companies maximize the space they have today and empowers people to do their best work.

The Business Journals

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Lowrey Again Named to List of 100 Most Influential Bostonians

For the third year in a row, Principal Elizabeth Lowrey is being recognized among Boston’s most influential people — in part for all her work reshaping workspaces for our post-pandemic return to the office.

Boston Magazine

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The Future of Everthing: You’ll Never Sit in a Cubicle Again

Elizabeth Lowrey contributes her thoughts on the future of the workplace after the pandemic in an piece about 10 long-term predictions for Boston.

Boston Magazine

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Publicis Groupe Among New Workplaces Featured in Wallpaper*

In its roundup of 50 new offices around the world, our design for Publicis Groupe’s activity-based workplace in Boston was noted because we co-created the bright, flexible space with their employees.

Wallpaper* magazine

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How will university campuses change post-pandemic?

Principal John Martin explores how higher education institutions may soon be shifting campus models in response to the integration of virtual learning during the pandemic and demand for more compact, mixed learning environments.

University World News

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Elizabeth Lowrey Pens Essay on the Recalibrated Workplace

As we look ahead to a safe return to the office, Principal Elizabeth Lowrey considers how workplaces must be recalibrated to support the new normal — hybrid work — and the steps needed to create inclusive, welcoming workplaces.

Design Observer

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Janaya Hart an Emerging Architect Finalist in Female Frontier Awards

A mentor to young architects of color and advocate for sustainable architecture, Janaya Hart, AIA, is a finalist in the Emerging Architect category for these World Architecture News awards.

Female Frontier Awards

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Boston’s lab-building boom and its potential impact on neighborhoods

David Manfredi offers context on the evolution of neighborhoods and speaks to the importance of creating mixed-use spaces that support density of people during Boston’s lab-building boom.

The Boston Globe

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