“I was always interested in art but I felt like I needed a career in something else because I couldn’t see myself succeeding in a career in painting,” architect Blaze Makoid said. “In a very naïve way, I thought architecture was the closest thing to that.”
It was a decision that proved to be life-changing for Makoid, whose luxuriously modern homes now decorate much of the Hamptons as well as Western regions such as Lake Tahoe and Jackson Hole. After graduating from the Rhode Island School of Design, Makoid began his architecture career on residential projects in Boston before becoming design director for largely commercial firms in Philadelphia.
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