Category: LS&A Projects (page 2 of 5)

Some Start-ups Forgo The Traditional Receptionist

Firms with a high-tech bent or shoestring budget are rethinking the traditional way visitors are welcomed. Re-posted from the Boston Globe  By D.C. Denison |  Globe staff  July 03, 2012 Many start-ups are deciding it’s not smart business to station a friendly employee in the lobby to greet visitors. Some fledgling companies would rather apply […]

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Salem Towers, Part of Boston Capital's #1 Portfolio

Leslie Saul & Associates recently completed the interiors of Salem Towers,  a senior housing apartment building  in Malden, MA.   Randy Johnson did the architecture.  We are proud to be part of Boston Capital’s team. Via Bisnow:   “Boston Capital COO Jeff Goldstein says that it’s gratifying for the 38-year-old  multifamily investment firm to be named […]

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Kitchen Design Trend: Mixing Cabinet Finishes

When designing a kitchen, one of the most important material selections of the entire space is the cabinetry. After all, cabinets comprise a huge percentage of your kitchen, so the type of cabinets you choose will affect everything else. A new trend addresses this aspect of the kitchen design process- mixing different finishes. We love […]

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Leslie Saul & Associates Receives 2012 ‘Best Of Remodeling’ Award from Houzz!

“First-Ever Survey & Analysis of More than 1.2 Million Members Reveals Top-Rated Professionals and Current Design Trends from Across the Country” -Houzz We were so delighted to learn that several of our projects received an award for “Best Of Remodeling” from Houzz, the leading online platform for residential remodeling and design. With 1.2 million members, […]

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Design In The Details

What makes a space memorable? As in many other areas of life, it’s the little things that make a big difference. Lighting, material choices, architectural details that you may not notice at first glance- all of these add up to create an environment that is engaging and interesting. At our Cambridge architecture and design firm, […]

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The Front Entry: How Do We Welcome People?

The holidays are on the way, and with them comes a busy season of entertaining and visiting friends and family. The front entry of a home seems to take on much more importance during this time of year, becoming a beacon to guests on dark winter nights, as anyone who has ever rushed through the […]

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LEED and Corporate Sustainability

LEED certification has been a hot topic in the architectural world for years, with passionate proponents as well as opponents. However, most architects agree that LEED is here to stay- and companies are jumping on board in ever greater numbers. Corporate sustainability is the word these days, with most major companies at least attempting to […]

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Renovating a Boston Landmark

The Commercial Wharf building in Boston’s historic North End is a beloved Boston landmark. The building was originally designed and built by Boston Architect Isiah Rogers in the early 1830s. Commercial Wharf was built in 1832 as a warehouse facility for ships traveling between Massachusetts and the Far East. Back in the day the docks […]

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Home Plate

We need to preface this post with an apology to all our readers who are Red Sox fans. It does seem a bit cruel to write about a restaurant called Home Plate this week.  However, Red Sox fans are a resilient bunch and we Bostonians still have the Pats! We had a great time working […]

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Seniors Spaces – Creative Kitchen and Dining Rooms

Our mission is to make the world a better place in which to live, work, learn and pray.  No where is this mission more important than when we tackle the design of a senior center. Residents deserve a space that fosters happiness, creativity and life-long learning. Kitchens are the heart of the home and the […]

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