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When dreamers wield hammers

More and more architects are turning moonlight redevelopers, with small projects of their own

By James McCown
Globe Correspondent / September 15, 2004

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By day, Lorenzo Mattii works in the Somerville office of global architect Moshe Safdie. Paul Gross works at the Boston firm CBT/Childs Bertman Tseckares, helping execute British architect Norman Foster's grandiose plan to transform the Museum of Fine Arts. (Full Article: 479 Words)

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