Elizabeth Dunne Marcoulier, AIA, NCARB.
Owner & Partner
Having worked for distinguished traditional architecture and design practices in Boston for fifteen years, focused on bespoke residential and historically sensitive mixed use, Elizabeth established her eponymous firm in 2015.
With experience on significant historic properties in Boston, the Back Bay, Brookline, Nantucket and Newport, RI, Elizabeth brings a distinct knowledge of historical precedent to her projects.
Inspired by arts and travel, Elizabeth is consistently curious, studying the world around us searching for new, creative design approaches, both traditional and contemporary, to apply to her practice.
Elizabeth serves on the Patron Steering Committee as the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston as a vice chair of the Young Patrons group, and has previously served as vice chair of the Museum Council Family Initiative, helping to draw even the youngest of art enthusiasts into the arts community. She is also involved with the Institute for Classical Architecture & Art, and the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum.
After meeting in architecture school and working together at prominent Boston area architecture and design firms for 13 years, Michael joined Elizabeth in 2018. Michael has worked on significant properties, both traditional and contemporary, in Boston, Back Bay, Beacon Hill, Brookline, Newton and Nantucket.
Michael approches each project as a fresh design problem and brings with him an extensive knowledge of historic and technical precedent. Exceptionally detail oriented, he is able to thoughtfully balance a refined aesthetic with contemporary functionality, deftly bringing together systems and structures into the finished product. He enjoys the collaborative nature of architecture, working with local and national craftspeople to produce an end product that is unique and responsive to each client’s vision.
Along with chasing after his four year old, Michael enjoys the occasional triathlon and skiing. He also volunteers with Youth Enrichment Services, helping Boston area children to foster life-long respect for themselves, others and the environment.