The latest from Lam and our community.


XS House Featured in Architectural Record

”But now the sliver of land at the edge of the Center City district has been transformed by local architecture firm ISA into seven sleek and livable apartments. The oddly shaped lot is a leftover from the construction of Interstate 676, a below-grade multilane highway dating from the late 1950s that sliced through Philadelphia’s dense […]

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Lam Receives Four LIT Design Awards

We are elated to announce that our firm has received four 2019 Lit Design Awards! The National Memorial for Peace and Justice received a first place Category  in Visitor Experience & Museum Exhibition, and the Global Investment Firm Executive Suite received a first place in Workplace Lighting! Honorable mentions include Beyond Walls for Street Lighting […]

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Lam Projects Receive AIA Pennsylvania Silver Medal Awards

We are so excited to announce that two of our projects, Carnegie Mellon University at Mill 19 by R3A Architects, and XS House by ISA Architects, have received Silver Medal awards at the 2019 AIA Pennsylvania Architectural Excellence Awards! Congratulations to both project teams! Read more about the winning entries here: Photography Credits: Ed […]

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Lam Labs at the Harvard Graduate School of Design

Lam Labs, our research and development arm of Lam Partners, is continuing to make headway into increasing the conversation of ideas beyond the scope of design projects.   Recently, Lam Labs director Dan Weissman gave a series of guest lectures at Harvard University’s Graduate School of Design on how architectural lighting can impact environmental systems […]

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Boston City Hall

Boston City Hall Featured in Dezeen

”The project was to create a more inviting and efficient public realm by accentuating its significant features and adapting the structure to changing programmes.” Dezeen Magazine recently featured the Boston City Hall renovation, our lighting project with architecture firm Utile. LED technology was implemented throughout, providing color-changing flexibility while also helping to meet the city’s sustainability […]

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Arlington Church Tiffany Windows Restoration

Last week the Arlington Street Church in Boston debuted its restored collection of Louis Comfort Tiffany windows, a series of sixteen memorial windows of opalescent stained glass and one of the largest collections in the world. These windows memorialize notable Boston Gilded Age community members for their philanthropic work. Lam Partners worked with the restoration […]

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DLFNE Building Tour – The Exchange at 100 Federal

We had a blast tonight at the Designers Lighting Forum of New England (DLFNE) Building Tour! Our very own Principal Paul Zaferiou and Associate Lisa Wong gave an incredible tour of The Exchange at 100 Federal Street. Check out the images below of this incredible project.

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Summer 2019 Promotions

We are thrilled to announce our latest firm promotions, continuing our commitment to growth and leadership within Lam Partners. Read all about our talented designers below, and learn a few interesting facts, too!

CHRIS HOYMAN, MIES SENIOR ASSOCIATE Chris comes from a technically based education in Architectural and Illuminating Engineering from the […]

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Lam Partners at nightLIGHTS Somerville!

On Thursday, December 20, join Lam Partners and the Somerville Arts Council to celebrate the opening of door2, part of “nightLIGHTS”, a series of light installations appearing throughout the city! From the SAC: door², by Lam Partners, @ Davis Square Plaza and the East Somerville Library At Davis Square Plaza and the East Somerville Library […]

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Media graphic – WELL

Glenn Heinmiller Selected To Join Well Light Advisory

We’re very pleased to announce that Lam Partners’ Glenn Heinmiller, FIALD, LEED AP, LC has been selected by the International WELL Building Institute™ (IWBI™) to be part of the 2018-2019 WELL Light advisory. Glenn joins a select group of leading industry professionals who will guide the continuous evolution of concepts in the WELL Building Standard™ […]

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