Mimi Love is a principal at Utile. Her expertise ranges from complicated renovation projects to new construction with challenging programmatic requirements. Mimi is currently leading an office expansion for a global search engine company based in Kendall Square in Cambridge, MA. She recently completed renovations and interior design for the Middlesex Green office park in Concord, MA and an expansive renovation for MIT’s Sam Tak Lee Building #9.
Mimi served as managing principal for The Boston Conservatory Studio Building and is currently the Interior Design Owner’s Representative for the Harvard Business School, responsible for ensuring the design quality and consistency of new initiatives. Mimi managed the design and construction of the Boston Harbor Islands Pavilion located on the Rose Kennedy Greenway for the National Park Service and Boston Harbor Island Alliance, and is providing interior design services for the addition and renovation of the Jamaica Plain Branch of the Boston Public Library.
Prior to joining Utile, Mimi was an Associate at Machado Silvetti in Boston where she was the lead designer for the renovation projects at the Getty Villa in Malibu, California. Mimi co-authored Color Space Style, a reference book on interior design for Rockport Publications.