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The Design Biennial Boston is a competition that aims to highlight talented designers in “architecture, interior design, landscape architecture, and urban design,” who are emerging as leaders in Greater Boston’s design community. The winners of this year’s Biennial are: Kiel Moe, Brandon Clifford (Belluschi Lecturer at MIT) of Matter Design, Wilson Martin and Eden Dutcher of GroundView, and Ana Miljacki (Assistant Professor of Architecture at MIT) and Lee Moreau of Project_. Previous work and a site-specific installation by the winners are on display at the BSA Space until May 15, 2013.
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The Design Biennial Boston is a competition that aims to highlight talented designers in “architecture, interior design, landscape architecture, and urban design,” who are emerging as leaders in Greater Boston’s design community. The winners of this year’s Biennial are: Kiel Moe, Brandon Clifford (Belluschi Lecturer at MIT) of Matter Design, Wilson Martin and Eden Dutcher of GroundView, and Ana Miljacki (Assistant Professor of Architecture at MIT) and Lee Moreau of Project_. Previous work and a site-specific installation by the winners are on display at the BSA Space until May 15, 2013.