News >> October 10, 2010 - Perspective E-zine Welcomes Bruce Irving
The fall issue of Perspective – the region’s newest and most well-read on-line home and lifestyle e-zine – is pleased to announce the addition of esteemed renovation consultant, Bruce Irving as a contributing writer.
The upcoming issue – slated to go live on the web October 21st – features innovations in the reuse of space. Irving’s experience in this area is exemplary. As an award-winning executive producer for This Old House, Ask This Old House, and Inside This Old House, Irving also serves as the Vice-chairman of the Cambridge Historical Commission, is a member of the Congress of Residential Architecture (CORA) and the owner and founder of Bruce Irving Renovation Consulting. He recently served as executive producer for This New House which is aired this year on the DIY network. His feature in the upcoming issue focuses on recycled wood flooring and creative decorative uses.
“We are very excited to have Bruce as a contributing writer,” states Perspective editor, Jennifer Driscoll. “His insight and knowledge of the industry are incredible. This, coupled with his terrific sense of humor, is guaranteed good reading.”
In addition to Irving’s piece, the fall issue of Perspective includes a feature on the conversion of a historic church in Watertown into luxury condos; a house in Lexington built using materials from the Big Dig and profiles a barn conversion project by Charlie Allen Restorations, one of the area’s most well-respected firms, noted for historic restoration and transformations.
Launched in the fall of 2009 to rave reviews, Perspective, published by Broadview Marketing, is the fastest growing on-line shelter and lifestyle magazine that covers New England. The focus of this unique publication is trends in New England architecture and interior residential design, home products, and design applications. Perspective combines the printed word with interactive links and informative videos, among other forms of media, to fully engage readers, including an interactive resource guide which offers readers quick access to remodeling and home improvement experts. Future niche digital publications are planned for 2011.
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