Stefanie Greenfield, AIA, LEED AP

Principal

Since joining Cambridge Seven Associates, Stefanie Greenfield has spent her career advancing the firm’s tradition of careful design and service to clients. She has distinguished herself with an approach to architecture that is unique as it embodies both a leadership role in design and project management. Stefanie has designed a broad range of building types at a variety of project scales. In her work for hospitality and residential clients, the quality of luxury, scale and detail are a top priority, while issues of context and collaboration are at the forefront of her approach to academic and institutional projects. Her goal is to create spaces that foster interaction, repose, and joy, a combination found in all her work. Stefanie is actively involved in the design community, serving as a member of the BSA Women Principals Group and a Brookline Town Meeting Member. She is a regular speaker at design and hospitality conferences and has served as thesis adviser and guest critic at the BAC, Harvard GSD, RISD, and MassArt. Stefanie received her Master of Architecture from Washington University in St. Louis, with an undergraduate degree from Colby College.

Williams College Shares Plans for Future Construction

Williams College outlined plans to dramatically change its campus with the introduction of two projects designed by Cambridge Seven Associates, the proposed Williams College Inn and a new campus bookstore on the corner of Spring and Walden Streets. The three-story, 15,000-square-foot bookstore …

CultureNOW Podcast: The Charles Hotel

C7A Principals Stefanie Greenfield and Steve Imrich talk about the design and renovations at The Charles Hotel in this CultureNOW podcast. In the 1980s, developer Carpenter & Company and architect Cambridge Seven Associates understood the challenge of introducing a mixed-use …

CultureNOW Podcast: The Ames Building

In this series of CultureNOW podcasts, C7A Principal Stefanie Greenfield discusses the history and adaptive reuse of the Ames Hotel. Originally completed in 1893, the Ames Building was Boston’s first skyscraper and is the second tallest load-bearing masonry structure in …