Lessons in Being Dauntless

Green Business Quarterly’s Fall 2009 Issue features some of the country’s most gallant small business leaders in the architecture world, and Mark and Paul of Winter Street Architects graced the opening section to discuss the ways we stay connected, innovative and aligned to our clients and community. Check out the terrific article here: GBQ 2009 – … Continue reading

Your Friendly “Glocal” Architect

As architects, in many ways we are forced to work “locally” – think “locally” and manage “locally.” In fact, there are rules about it, governing how and why and when this can happen. But in the larger world of this ever expanding global economy, our networks, knowledge centers and collaboration nodes are far exceeding our “local” reach towards the complex “global” system. How does this change the way we “local” architects work?

Rising in the Ranks

Winter Street Architects was listed at #41 in this years Boston Business Journal’s Largest Architecture Firms List! WhooHoo!  Last year we ranked 45, and while we don’t rake in the huge “traditional architecture” projects like most BIG firms, we are indeed happy to be rising in the ranks among the giants…so we can slay them in the future…oops, did I say that … Continue reading

Innovate and Collaborate for the Creative Economy

Winter Street’s own Allison Brooks was  featured as part of the Creative Economy Association of the North Shore’s newest video about the organization’s mission, benefits and support of the thriving creative community at large.  Check it out and if you are a creative business owner looking to connect with like minds and leverage industry insight, … Continue reading

Growing the Creative Economy

Paul Durand Appointed to Creative Economy Council’s ‘For-Profit Working Group’ As part of the Commonwealth’s new effort to support the Creative Economy, the Massachusetts Office of Business Development has appointed local business professionals and organization leaders to the ‘Creative Business’ Working Group of the Creative Economy Council. Paul Durand from Winter Street Architects was nominated … Continue reading