Stefanie Greenfield, AIA, LEED AP

Principal

Stefanie Greenfield came to Cambridge Seven Associates after several years in Germany and New York. Since joining C7A, she has been actively involved in a diverse range of work including hospitality, commercial, academic and civic projects. Her penetrating design sense and her leadership and communication abilities make her an important team member at Cambridge Seven. She is actively involved in the design community, serving as a member of the BSA Women Principals Group and a Brookline Town Meeting Member. She is a regular speaker at design and hospitality conferences, and she has served as thesis adviser and guest critic at the BAC, Harvard GSD, RISD, and MassArt. Ms. Greenfield received her Master of Architecture from Washington University in St. Louis, with an undergraduate degree from Colby College.

Ivy League Town Gets First Celebrity Chef Restaurant, Luxe Lodging

Forbes

Hanover, New Hampshire is home to Dartmouth College and by far the smallest and quaintest of the college towns in the elite Ivy League, with its original white buildings dating to the mid-18th century and its prominent library tower surrounding …

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Gordon School Expansion Under Way

East Providence Patch

Performing arts center, band and music classrooms, and a dining facility are being added to the private nursery-to-grade-8 school in East Providence. Construction crews for C. E. Floyd have begun turning a vision for the future of Gordon School in …

Facilities of Merit 2011: Mayor Sheila Doyle Russell Youth and Community Center

Athletic Business

Flexible in use and sensitive to its residential surroundings, the Mayor Sheila Doyle Russell Youth and Community Center serves an eclectic mix of users on three levels — a lower level housing private lounge and banquet space for the local …

CultureNOW Podcast: The Ames Building

CultureNOW

Listen to a series of podcasts by C7A Principal Stefanie Greenfield about the history and adaptive reuse of the Ames Hotel. Description The Ames Building, completed in 1893, was Boston’s first skyscraper. It is the second tallest load-bearing masonry construction …

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The 10-year conversion

Structural Engineer

More than a century later, Boston’s first skyscraper becomes the Ames hotel. More than 120 years ago, Frederick Lothrop Ames, grandson of the founder of the successful Ames Shovel Works, financed the construction of the Ames Building in downtown Boston, …

CultureNOW Podcast: The Charles Hotel

CultureNOW

Listen to a podcast by C7A Principal Stefanie Greenfield about the design and renovations at The Charles Hotel. Description In the 1970s, an empty lot sat at the corner of JFK Street and Memorial Drive overlooking the Charles River in …

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