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Crafting Language for Collaboration

Crafting Language for Collaboration

We recently wrapped on a unique design collaboration defining the visual identity of Roxbury Youth Program. Through this process, Design and Marketing Coordinator, Anna Ferrari uncovered a new education-first approach towards the complexities of multi-team-member...

Life Skills, Knife Skills: Lessons from the Future Chefs Kitchen

Life Skills, Knife Skills: Lessons from the Future Chefs Kitchen

In January 2022 Isenberg Projects launched the Make it Happen Residency, inviting changemaker individuals and organizations throughout the Northeast to apply. Ultimately, we chose to work with Future Chefs, a non profit out of school time program for high school-aged...

Growing Public and Private Roles in Arts and Culture Planning

Growing Public and Private Roles in Arts and Culture Planning

Jenn Emiko Kaplan, AICP, our Community Impact Manager recently co-wrote an article for the American Planning Association Massachusetts Chapter’s Fall 2022 Magazine. Written with Claudia Zarazua, Arts and Culture Planning Director for the City of Cambridge, they...

Philadephia Parking Day: Equitable Streets for the people

Philadephia Parking Day: Equitable Streets for the people

This past weekend our Senior Design Director and Philly native Madeline Jacobson, had the chance to explore and be inspired by activations across the city of Philadelphia, in celebration of (Park)ing day. Created in 2005 when Rebar, a San Francisco art and design...

Anatomy of the “Unbranded Brand” Website

Anatomy of the “Unbranded Brand” Website

In this article, Senior Design Director, Madeline Jacobson, outlines the elements of an effective unbranded brand website and breaks down best practices to keep in mind when taking the step towards approachable design.Screenshot of an unbranded brand website...

The LMA & Fenway: Looking for a reason to linger

The LMA & Fenway: Looking for a reason to linger

Our place-based work takes us all around Boston’s neighborhoods, with the goal, in part, to pinpoint the unique strengths and gaps each possesses. In this blog post, our Urban Planning and Design Coordinator, Temishi Onnekikami writes about what she’s noticed while...

Keep it local: A holistic approach to art procurement

Keep it local: A holistic approach to art procurement

We recently had the opportunity to curate and lead an art procurement project for a new residential building in Boston’s Allston Village neighborhood, called BLDG89. Located at 89 Brighton Avenue, BLDG89 is a mixed use project that offers moderately priced, transit...

Art in Print at Zone 3

Art in Print at Zone 3

Art in Print is one of our favorite Zone 3 initiatives, designed to make collecting art more accessible, approachable and fun! Launched in 2018 with the installation of four repurposed newspaper bins along Western Ave, we designed a program to reimagine how the...

Get reacquainted with the Isenberg Projects Team

Get reacquainted with the Isenberg Projects Team

Hi Friends, It’s been a little while since we have said a formal hello, so we wanted to take a few minutes and re-introduce ourselves. We’ve had a lot of shifts in the last few months, said goodbye to our Brookline office, hello to hybrid work and found ourselves in a...

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