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Goodbye, Clouds. Hello, Hustle and Bustle.

  Welcome to our new digs: 75 Broad Street. After five years in our penthouse in the sky, we’ve said goodbye to the clouds and hello to the hustle and bustle down below! The new studio fits us perfectly with its exposed beams, brick walls, and best of all, a pub as our closest neighbor.…

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Life Essentials: Dorran

Dorran thinks that ‘life essential’ tools are so similar for all of us, he thought he would go way back in the files and get old school with a little history. Phone: Sure I carry a cellphone but will always fondly remember the old rotary phone from my childhood home in Amherst. Pen and Pencils: The…

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Life Essentials: Abby

One of our Experience Designers, Abby, not only knows branding but is also the firm’s pop-culture encyclopedia. This week it was her turn to share with us what her ‘Life Essentials’ are.     Sushi. Because I don’t know what I would do with out it. It doesn’t hurt that the sushi lunch deals around the office are…

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Should you Eat M&M’s?

For the Love of Academia and Practice

First in an occasional series of blog posts about design teaching with design practice.   It’s the middle of the night, in the middle of the week and I just spent three hours pouring over projects from a freshman Color and Composition class I’m teaching at Wentworth Institute of Technology. I am both practitioner and…

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Kimm’s Search for Cozy Vibes in Fall.

Also, where to find the best gifts, fancy groceries, and books in the city. I can unfortunately no longer deny that summer is over.  I always used to say that spring was my favorite season, mostly because it’s not too hot or too cold, but it also seems more hopeful than fall.  I always forget…

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One Cabot Marketing Environment

Our biggest challenge in the One Cabot marketing center was to create a reusable vehicle to display the building amenity photos. We collaborated with @JaywalkStudio to create these 48×48, 36×36, and 24×24 plywood A frames that create much more of a gallery feeling in the space. Here is a sneak peek at the final result.

Practicing what we preach

Practicing what we preach. Leila, Dorran and Cory running a project meeting from our new indoor lawn space. #llmdesign #interiordesign #livingthedream #indooroutdoor #anticubicle

Chain Link Art Installation

This time around we wanted to use the bike cage as the canvas rather than a barrier. The bike cage at 75-101 Federal Street was in a slightly darker part of the loading dock, so our goal was to brighten up the space and make it more inviting. The front of the cage has the…

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LLM Design Year in Review

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