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Leslie Talks: "Radio Entrepreneurs" Radio Show

On September 25th, Leslie Saul was featured on the “Radio Entrepreneurs” Radio Show, where she discussed LS&A surviving the recession, being a small business owner, past projects and her design perspective. [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6Vq4b0PWgFg[/youtube] To listen to the full interview, visit radioentrepreneurs.com/audiocasts.  

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We're turning 20! Help us Celebrate by Donating to the United Way

Leslie Saul and Associates is turning 20, and we think that’s cause to celebrate! Giving back is an important value for our architecture firm, so we have created a campaign to benefit the United Way in honor of this milestone.  We have been long term supporters of the United Way and can’t think of a […]

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Harvard Graduate School of Design Symposium 9/27/12

Tomorrow, September 27, 2012, the Harvard Graduate School of Design will host a symposium by renowned architect Daniel Bonilla of Bogotá, Colombia. The symposium, entitled “Dissolving the Boundary”, is about the principles that the academic architect developed while practicing in Bogotá.     Daniel Bonilla’s focus on authentic materials and the ecological needs of each site […]

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Biting In To Our 20th Year

 

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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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LS&A is 19!

Leslie founded LS&A 19 years ago on December 21, 1992, with the following mission: to make the world a better place in which to work, to live, to learn, to pray and to play.   May there be many more years of success thanks to all our friends, clients, vendors and fans!            

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The Shrinking American Home: Right Sizing, Not Down Sizing

Ever since the end of the Second World War, rising prosperity in America has prompted desires for ever larger homes. But that trend appears to have turned the other direction with size of the average American home becoming smaller. This comes from the white paper, The Small Spaces Trend, commissioned by Kleber and Associates. The average […]

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Winners of Barbie Dream Home Design Competition Named

The results are in, and Barbie presumably will soon break ground on her new dream house. The design submitted by Ting Li and Maja Paklar has been named the winner of the Architect Barbie Dream House Design Competition. We are especially thrilled about this here at Leslie Saul & Associates because Ting Li was an […]

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The Shrinking Office: Designing a Work Space that Liberates

Back in the day, the vice president of a moderately sized company could count on getting at minimum a 12×15 office. These days, he (or she!) might have to be satisfied merely having four walls and a door. Office size is on the way out as a way of determining relative corporate clout. In fact, […]

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Lazy Days of Summer

  The “lazy days of summer” might seem a bit of an oxymoron, as schedules remain as busy as ever.   Here at LS&A, we are busy wrapping up a couple of big projects that have kept us scrambling the last few months.   Our Facebook postings and Blog entries have not been as consistent as we […]

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