Marisa Villarreal


Marisa Villarreal is a Master's degree candidate in landscape architecture and urbanism at the Harvard University Graduate School of Design, where she co-chairs Women in Design, the program's largest student-run organization. Ms. Villarreal also served as the editor of the 2018 Harvard University Graduate School of Design Student Guide. As a media professional, her career has included roles at,, and 20x200. Marisa Villarreal on Instagram | Google +

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MAY 15, 2013 | WEDNESDAY
5 Incredible Examples of Sustainable Furniture Design from BKLYN Designs 2013

This year marked the tenth anniversary of BKLYN DESIGNS, an exhibition of contemporary design and furnishings held in connection with New York Design Week. The show featured a wide range ...

MAY 14, 2013 | TUESDAY
5 Things to Do with... Old Tires

Walking through my Brooklyn neighborhood this past weekend, I spied an interesting structure on the sidewalk. Someone had lovingly converted an old rubber tire into an outdoor planter wit...

MAY 9, 2013 | THURSDAY

Make the most of your project, whether you're planning to paint wrought iron or wood flooring, concrete or curtains.

MAY 7, 2013 | TUESDAY
10 Last-Minute Gifts Sure to Please on Mother's Day

Skip the bouquet of carnations this year, and make your mom smile with a lasting gift for the home.

Bob Vila’s "Great Big Garden Give-Away" from True Temper!

Now that April showers have set the stage for May flowers, what better way to celebrate than with an assortment of True Temper garden tools and $250 to jump-start your spring planting?ENT...

APRIL 30, 2013 | TUESDAY
5 Things to Do with... Tin Ceiling Tiles

Many of us know tin ceiling tiles as the reasonably priced domestic cousin of European plasterwork. Ubiquitous in Victorian homes, these lightweight, fire-resistant, subtly decorative til...

APRIL 19, 2013 | FRIDAY
20 Ways to Support Earth Day This Year

Today of all days, take one step toward protecting the planet, and your monthly utility costs will benefit as well.