David Hacin

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Market Forces

Boston's Hacin + Associates navigates housing needs in a growing city. More

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Sasaki and Hacin + Associates Join Forces

On Dec. 12, Boston-area firms Sasaki Associates and Hacin + Associates announced a strategic partnership. More

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At the Convention

Boston has undergone a radical transformation since it last hosted the AIA convention 16 years ago: The Big Dig has turned the site of the elevated Central Artery into a mile-long necklace of parks, which are giving once-landlocked neighborhoods like Chin More

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the 10-year itch

For most architectural firms, it seems that 10-year anniversaries come and go without much ado. If the date's significance registers at all, it's treated as just another day in the routine. And yet, if you look back, there are plenty of reasons for self-c More

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Rising Star: David Hacin AIA

David Hacin, AIA, knows everyone. The 44-year-old architect can't walk through Boston's South End, where he lives and works, without a stream of greetings from shopkeepers, neighbors, and fellow dog owners. Even in the city's other neighborhoods, he regularly runs into friends and acquaintances, often from the close-knit local design community. “I grew up in a small town,” he says, by way of explanation. “There's something [I like] about knowing the lay of the land.” More

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2005 leadership awards

As we, the editors of residential architect, selected this year's Leadership Award winners, we sensed a deeper undercurrent of importance to this mission. That change in the air we all feel signifies a moment in time when architects finally have the ear of the American public once again. They are listening, they are learning, and they are hungry for answers to their questions. More

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in plain sight

The trouble with being a visionary is sometimes you have to wait 30 years for the rest of the world to catch up to you. More

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cross purposes

The ascent of the big-box retailer hasn't been kind to elite writing instrument makers like the A.T. Cross Co. But as part of its rebranding and repositioning strategy, the company hired Boston architect David Hacin's firm to design a prototype store for its products. More

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flying solo

what you need to know to start your own firm. More


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