Cambridge Seven Associates
Steve Imrich is a Principal at Cambridge Seven Associates and works as one of C7A’s lead designers. Steve has been a major contributor to C7A's innovative projects with particular skills in the integration of design, technology, specialty building systems and interpretive features. Mr. Imrich's project participation has contributed significantly to the creative problem solving and dynamic design expression for which C7A is known. Steve has collaborated on the design and managed a wide range of projects from public attractions such as museums, aquariums and zoos, to visitor centers, airport terminals, and academic facilities.
In recent years he has been involved with projects such as the Alaska Sealife Center, the Kuwait Scientific Center, The MIT Aero/Astro Learning Labs and the recently completed Psychology Labs for Bowdoin College. He is currently working on the design of an expansion for the Boston Children’s Museum in the historic Fort Point Channel district of Boston a renovation to the Discovery Place science museum in Charlotte, North Carolina.
In the last two years, he has initiated an internal forum at C7A to discuss and promote innovations related to a number of general design topics including sustainable design, product design and the general design topics of contemporary interest. He is a frequent design critic at various universities with a 2006 adjunct appointment as a visiting lecturer at the Massachusetts College of Art in Boston. Steve holds a Masters of Architecture from MIT, and is an active member of the Society of College and University Planners, U.S. Green Building Council and has served on the Boston Society of Architects Honors & Awards and Membership Committees.