Steven Imrich, AIA, LEED AP BD+C

Principal

Steve Imrich plays a key role in Cambridge Seven's innovative projects, with particular skills in the integration of design, technology, specialty building systems and interpretive features. He contributes significantly to the creative problem solving and dynamic design expression for which C7A is known. Mr. Imrich has lead design and manages a wide range of projects from public attractions such as museums and aquariums, to visitor centers, university facilities, airport terminals, and mixed-use projects. He has also taken the lead at C7A in research and implementation related to sustainable design. Mr. Imrich earned his Masters of Architecture from MIT.

Greensboro Science Center breaks attendance records

News & Record

The Greensboro Science Center continues to break attendance records since the opening of the Carolina SciQuarium June 29. It has already set a new opening weekend attendance record, three single day attendance records, and the one-week attendance record. In just …

New Health and Social Science Building a shot in the arm for UML’s South Campus

Lowell Sun

LOWELL — The high-end opthalmascopes and brand-new patient exam tables inside UMass Lowell’s sparkling Health and Social Sciences Building are making Valerie King pumped for the coming academic year. The tables easily fold and extend unlike the existing ones that …

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Aquarium’s giant tank is a renovated marvel

The Boston Globe

Old fish, new fish take in their swank harborside home The divers carefully lowered themselves into the tank and swam slowly for a few minutes, giving the sharks time to relax before they closed in. Their first target was a …

8 things we love about the new Museum of Discovery and Science

Sun Sentinal

There are many fun and innovative aspects to the new 34,000-square-foot EcoDiscovery Center opening this weekend and nearly doubling the size of Fort Lauderdale’s Museum of Discovery and Science, but after a few strolls inside, here are a few of …

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Discovery Place reopens to huge crowds

News 14 Carolina

CHARLOTTE — The new Discovery Place in uptown reopened to crowds wrapped around the building. By the first hour, the museum was already at its 2,500 person capacity. On Sunday, nine new exhibits were officially unveiled. For the past 18 …

Kanbar Hall Wins ‘Outstanding Building’ Award

American School & University

Bowdoin College’s Kanbar Hall has received a 2005 outstanding building award from the American School & University (AS&U) Architectural Portfolio. For more than 20 years the Architectural Portfolio has been the industry’s most recognized awards program for education design excellence. …

CultureNOW Podcast: New England Aquarium

CultureNOW

Listen to a series of podcasts by C7A Principals Peter Kuttner and Steven Imrich about the design of the New England Aquarium and the more recent renovation work. Description The New England Aquarium in Boston opened in 1967 and became …

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Deep Dive

Architectural Lighting Magazine

Major renovations at the New England Aquarium in Boston and National Aquarium in Baltimore creatively illuminate the depths of ocean life for visitors, while being mindful of the habitat needs of the animals. Decades ago, Cambridge, Mass.–based Cambridge Seven Associates …