OUT OF THE BOX - Reimagining the kitchen space. by Nima Yadollahpour

We were asked by the Boston Globe and the New Zealand based appliance company Fisher & Paykel to discuss kitchen design and current trends. Here’s an excerpt:

“When homeowners meet with Boston architect Nima Yadollahpour to conceptualize their new kitchens, they know he won’t offer them the same-old cookie-cutter designs found in every other home in the neighborhood…

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PROJECT PROFILE: [New] A Boston Loft Renovation by Nima Yadollahpour

We are starting a new series on our What's New blog called Project Profile which will be a continuously updated journal on select new projects we are undertaking. Hopefully these journals will present various project challenges and will serve as a guide and provide insight into the design and construction process for anyone who may be considering to embark on a project.

Our first feature is a major gut renovation of a 3,500 square foot loft in Boston's Leather District. The client had initially started the project with another Boston architect; however midway through the initial design process had decided to take the project in a different direction and start from the beginning with another designer...

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ARCHIVE BIN: San Jose State University Museum of Art and Design Architecture Competition by Nima Yadollahpour

As part of our architecture practice, occasionally we try to participate in local, national or even international architectural design competitions. These are unique opportunities to not only submit design solutions to interesting architectural projects, but more importantly to consistently hone our creativity and design skills. Most competitions allow the opportunity to push the design envelop and to really dig deep for creative or unique design solutions which may not always be feasible in smaller projects.

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Boston Globe Feature - "Architect’s transformation of Weymouth antique worth its wait in bold" by Nima Yadollahpour

It was supposed to be a five-year project.

That’s what architect Nima Yadollahpour, principal of ONY Architecture, and his wife, Shireen, an art educator, had planned when they purchased an antique 1,500-square-foot fixer-upper in Weymouth in 2004. “Weymouth was affordable,’’ Yadollahpour said, “and there was a master plan for Weymouth Landing just down the hill that indicated all sorts of ­development, including a new commuter rail station."

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