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Business is currently robust, with just the right amount of food service, historic, residential and commercial projects in progress to keep us happy and on our toes.

Increasingly, Donald Lang is called upon to consult on projects for which architectural needs have not yet been established, or when stringent local approvals need careful shepherding. A developer in Boston's Back Bay, for example, calls upon Don for advice during the conversion of condominiums within a historic district. DLA welcomes such inquires; a modest hourly fee is charged for consultations.

View the Press Releases section for news of our current high profile work, and a prestigious appointment for principal Donald Lang AIA.

NECN's NEW ENGLAND DREAM HOUSE WILL FEATURE ARCHITECT DONALD LANG'S VERY OWN DREAM HOME
Airs on New England Cable News on 2/3/08 at 10 AM and 7 PM, and 2/12, 2/13 & 2/20 at 3:30 PM.Learn how his 1825 Greek Revival house was renovated for the 21st century homeowner.
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DONALD LANG APPOINTED TO COMMISION BY NEWTON MAYOR DAVID COHEN AND BOARD OF ALDERMAN
The commission will oversee the development of a community organic farming operation on the city's last working farm. The farm was purchased with CPA funds and Donald Lang played an active role in the preservation of the landscape and buildings on the property where farming has occured for more than two hundred years.

DLA NEWBURY STREET CAFÉ RECEIVES 2005 BEST OF BOSTON AWARD
DLA reconstructed the old Davio's 1970s outdoor dining space to create a new landscaped dining courtyard as part of the renovation project for the new Croma Restaurant at 269 Newbury Street. The design was honored with Best New Outdoor Dining Patio Award for 2005 from Boston Magazine.

HISTORIC SAND STORM STABLES IN WESTON, MA
Currently undergoing transformation into single luxury dwelling

JAMAICAWAY TOWERS SEES THE LIGHT
New lighting installed as part of ongoing refurbishment of Boston's oldest coop housing.

MAGOUN SQUARE TAVERN, SOMERVILLE
Now Open!

WOBURN, MA — CASUAL PIZZA RESTAURANT
Work has begun on a casual pizza restaurant in Woburn, MA

WORK TO PROCEED ON $2.5M WELLSELY LOWER FALLS CENTER
A commercial block located on Rte. 16 at the gateway to affluent Wellesley is getting major facelift in brick and slate, and adding high end office suites, expanded retail space and one or two casual restaurants. The project has just been approved by the town, and construction will begin soon.

JAMAICAWAY TOWERS
The oldest cooperative housing complex in the City of Boston, these 270 units were constructed in 1966 "in the clear, coherent style of the 60’s," said Lang. DLA, commissoned by the Trustees of the complex, is engaged in a $1M envelope rehabilitation, replacing aging site lighting, on-street signage, windows, doors and roofs, and adding handsome granite facade panels.