PORTLAND, Maine, May 12, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- The American Institute of Architects (AIA) Maine recently presented Lavallee Brensinger Architects with a 2016 Jurors Special Recognition Award in the category of interior design for their Portland office. They received their award at last night's AIA Maine award ceremony. The project team included Lavallee Brensinger architects Paul Lewandowski and Jeff Galvin and featured photography by Meggie Booth. Lavallee Brensinger, along with all AIA Maine 2016 winners, will be published in Maine Home + Design magazine and featured as part of the AIA Maine tour of projects.
Officially opened in November 2015, Lavallee Brensinger Architects' Portland office is the third New England location for the forty year old firm. The 2,200 square foot fit-up space allows for multiple modes of working and represents current thinking about workplace – incorporating both traditional work stations along with collaborative space and lounge areas. There are places to relax, think, present and meet. We also provided for touch-down spaces, for staff from other offices, to work with the local team and clients. The Commercial Street office is located on the edge of the busy Old-Port area of Portland and is set in the historic Baxter Building.
AIA Maine is a state component of the American institute of Architects and supports architects and architecture through leadership, advocacy, fellowship and design excellence. It was originally known as the Maine Society of Architects before becoming an AIA component in 1934.
About Lavallee Brensinger Architects
With offices in Boston, MA, Manchester, NH and Portland, ME, Lavallee Brensinger is a team of design and management professionals dedicated to creating places that enrich and empower. Through collaboration and engagement they demonstrate an in-depth understanding of client needs, a passion for innovation, and consistent project delivery. More information about Lavallee Brensinger can be found online at www.LBPA.com.
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