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We are happy to announce that David Hacin has won 50 on Fire for 2013 for his work in the Innovation District and his “commitment to building and transforming spaces in Boston.” Check out the In Event Video or go to Bostinno.com to see the other winners, including our friends and colleagues Joanne Chang, Tim Rowe, Jonathan Feinman, Allen & Gerristen, and Design Museum Boston. Congratulations to all!
Being on fire is about being brave. It’s about pushing on the four walls of an industry, a city, a thought, until they expand to make room for an idea, a talent, a success that’s so much bigger than what was there before, and too incredible to be ignored. BostInno’s 50 on Fire finalists and winners are all doing something in their own right to change Boston for the better, and inspiring those around them to do the same. – BostInno
David Hacin, Hacin
Architect and founder of Hacin, David Hacin has a longstanding commitment to building and transforming spaces in Boston, which is becoming increasingly evident in his business, event, and restaurant spaces throughout the city. As the architect of the new Innovation Center, the inaugural co-chair of the Design Industry Group of Massachusetts, and the editor of Architecture Boston’s “Innovation Cities” issue, David is making an “outstanding contribution to raising Boston’s visibility as a global design and architecture hub.
Photo credit Michael Piazza Photography