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Florida Workforce Housing

In our last post we explored the world of workforce housing, from Boston’s early 20th century triple deckers to a brand new lodge in the shale fields of Texas.  For another look at what’s current in the world of workforce housing, check out this great project featured on Multi Housing News– a Tampa workforce housing […]

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Workforce Housing: Then and Now

We came across an interesting news item that got us thinking about workforce housing. The item discussed the recently opened Carrizo Springs Lodge in the Eagle Ford Shale formation of southeast Texas, created by Target Logistics (America’s largest provider of turnkey workforce housing) to accommodate the growing need for oilfield workers in the area. The […]

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Style + Function = Range Hoods with Attitude

Ah, the humble range hood- so useful, yet so unnatractive. This much-maligned kitchen appliance has the potential to be a major eye-sore, but thankfully, some designers are giving it a makeover. Forget those big, metal clunkers hulking over the stove; Designer Pages has a great roundup of range hoods that balance function and style. The […]

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Happy New Year from LS&A!

2011 has been a great year here at Leslie Saul & Associates (our 19th year, in fact!), and we can’t wait to see what new challenges and opportunities 2012 will hold.  We have had the pleasure of working with many great people, so thanks to all of our wonderful clients and friends! In honor of […]

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Creating Space for Innovation

At our Cambridge architecture firm we work on many corporate projects, creating work spaces that allow not only for productivity, but also for creativity and innovation. But what does space have to do with innovation? International office furniture company Steelcase is hosting an upcoming event called Innovation in the Workplace, and we love what they […]

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What Clients are Saying About Leslie Saul & Associates

It’s hard to believe our Cambridge architecture and interior design firm is 19 years old! We’ve had the opportunity to work with so many wonderful people over the years, and we appreciate every one of them. Take a look at some of the nice things they have to say about us. For Leslie and her […]

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Do Social Media Scores Matter?

According to observations by social media guru Dan Zarrella, “The Social Media Scientist,” Klout scores do indeed provide an effective measure of online marketing success. If you remember from our previous post about our Klout score, there was some controversy surrounding the scores, and the Boston Business Journal reported that many companies complained the score […]

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Has Social Media Gone Too Far?

We recently posted about Klout, the new kid on the social media block that has been making waves with its popularity ranking algorithms. While these scores are just one measure of online influence, we were excited to see that, according to Klout, the “True Reach” score of Leslie Saul & Associates is a 61- higher […]

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Don't Work in a Box: Four Ways to Make Your Cubicle Yours

We do a lot of corporate projects here at Lesile Saul & Associates. This includes setting up attractive, efficient and comfortable spaces that support work and collaboration in the office. We often bring in modular walls and cubicle work spaces to make the office design cost effective and flexible. But once you have your cubicle, […]

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Will Barbie Inspire Girls to Become Architects?

Barbie, the impossibly proportioned woman, and most famous person of plastic in the world, has held many jobs in her 52 years of existence. She’s been a fashion model, a ballerina, an astronaut, an flight attendant AND a pilot, a McDonald’s cashier and a surgeon. One could pretty much trace the expanding possibilities for little […]

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