Michael Bellefeuille

Michael Bellefeuille

Cambridge, MA, US



A graduate of the Wentworth Institute of Technology (B.Arch. '08, M.Arch '10), Michael is currently an intern architect in a small, construction and detail-focused office in Newton Centre, Mass.  In this capacity as well as in his personal projects, he has developed a keen understanding of and interest in thoughtfully designed buildings, with a careful attention to the details and connections that strengthen a design and the experience of a project.

Michael's design interests include pragmatic but deliberate work that addresses social and environmental needs in an economical and practical manner considerate of its users, context and heritage.  In his personal projects, he strives to balance a contemporary, modern sensibility with vernacular tradition, the craft of building and a profound sensitivity to place.

A native of Manchester, New Hampshire, Michael also manages LivableMHT, a website and online community dedicated to promoting and envisioning greater livability and stronger urban development patterns in that city.  His growing interest in cities, neighborhoods and urban design has been strengthened by living in and visiting vibrant urban areas, as well as having twice been the recipient of the Alfred T. Granger Fellowship, given by Plan New Hampshire, an interdisciplinary organization dedicated to fostering sustainable planning, design and development.



Adolfo Perez Architect, Junior Architect

Involved in all aspects of design, with role in project management and marketing.
Previously employed for two, four-month internships in 2006 and 2007.

May 2008 - current
May 2005 - Aug 2005


Sep 2010 - Dec 2010
Aug 2003 - May 2008



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