About the Principal

Eve Isenberg is a registered architect in the State of Massachusetts.  Ms. Isenberg is a member of the Friends of Modern Architecture, Lincoln, DOCOMOMO, Historic New England and the Boston Society of Architects. Prior to launching her own practice in 2006, Ms. Isenberg worked at Miller Boehm Architects in Boston, where she designed new homes, additions, renovations and worked on one of the first LEED-H certified homes in MA.  Ms. Isenberg has also worked for Fisher Marantz Stone as a lighting designer, and at the Boston Department of Neighborhood Development in affordable housing and services for the homeless.  Ms. Isenberg holds a Masters of Architecture from the University of Pennsylvania, a Bachelors of Science in Economics, Public Policy, from the Wharton School of Business, and a Bachelors of Arts, Urban Studies, from the College of Arts and Sciences at the University of Pennsylvania.

About the Practice

Eve Isenberg, Architect, offers full-service residential design to clients in Eastern Massachusetts and draws on experience with a broad range of stylistic, age and environmental variables.  Projects include city town houses, well-established, dense suburban communities, lake houses and mid-century modern homes.  Collaborating with landscape architects, engineers, contractors, energy specialists, interior designers, and fine craftspeople from the beginning of a project ensures fewer surprises during construction and a tight schedule.  Each project is as unique as the client.  

References and client testimonials available upon request.