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661 Washington Street
Interior design for addition / renovation of a private residence in Brookline, MA. Their new modern kitchen features an island with a cantilevered counter large enough to accommodate this family of 7. Highlights include: custom cherry wood cabinets, black granite counters, cork floors, Sub-Zero and Wolf appliances. Scope of work includes design, appliance specification, and finish selection.
all photographs by Pam Berry
Marlborough Street Condo
Renovation of a condo on Marlborough Street in Boston’s Back Bay. Scope of work includes space planning, design, and finishes for several rooms including living room, dining room, master bedroom and bath. New lighting scheme and several new custom wood cabinets provide much-needed storage space and media organization.
all photography by Ben Gebo
The Harvard University Graduate School of Design and the Harvard Art Museums have launched an unprecedented three-part exhibition that addresses the converging domains of contemporary art and design practice. Entitled The Divine Comedy, this exhibition is comprised of major installations by internationally acclaimed artists Olafur Eliasson, Tomás Saraceno, and Ai Weiwei, and is on display March 21 through May 17, 2011, at the Graduate School of Design, the Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts, and the Northwest Science Building.
Brandon Bird Design was responsible for the the Ai Weiwei installation at the Harvard University Northwest Science Building. Weiwei’s installation, Untitled (2011), memorializes the thousands of schoolchildren who died as a result of the major earthquake in China’s Sichuan Province in May 2008. A site-specific work of 5,335 identical school backpacks represents the exact number of children who died during the earthquake and in the subsequent collapses of poorly constructed school buildings.