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One of the most established architectural firms in Rhode Island
One of the most established architectural firms in Rhode Island

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Hillside Hall has been featured on ArchDaily!

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LLB Architects has been honored with an AIAri award for Hillside Hall at the University of Rhode Island http://llbarch.com/news-events/aiari-award-hillside-hall/

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The first public meeting was recently held on the redevelopment of the Blackstone River area in Pawtucket and Central Falls. Check out the presentation. http://llbarch.com/news-events/redeveloping-riverfront/

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We're pleased to announce we won a Rhody Award for our own office building, the Design Exchange http://bit.ly/UxLYoy

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New photos of the Walpole Public Library are up on our site. Check them out!

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The Design Exchange, Pawtucket's newest mill renovation and hub for creative businesses, will be featured on The Rhode Show

http://llbarch.com/news-events/design-exchange-to-be-featured-on-the-rhode-show/

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We're pleased to announced that LLB Architects is part of a project team that has been awarded the River Corridor Development Plan project, along with master planners Vanasse Hangen Brustlin and economic planning consultant Britt Page Consulting.
http://llbarch.com/news-events/pawtucket-awards-blackstone-river-corridor-development-project/

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We're making progress on Thayer Homestead, an adaptive reuse project to convert an abandoned town-owned property in Medway, MA into a vibrant community center and event venue
http://llbarch.com/news-events/progress-on-thayer-homestead/

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The West Springfield Public Library gets their grant reapproved by the Massachusetts Board of Library Commissioners

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Principal Drayton Fair was recently interviewed by US Building Digest contributor Elissa Mintz on the Walpole Public Library.
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