Rarely do you get to see a full rainbow, but after an absolute downpour swept over the mountains, the sky parted briefly enough for the vibrant arc to span the length of Kennebago Lake.
Mary Zambello is a interior architect and designer working in Portland, ME. Inspired by a strong research-based, human-centered design program at Cornell University, she understands the importance of form, function, and the impact of the built environment. Splitting her time between beautiful Maine and Boston, as well as growing up traveling to exciting places around the world, she’s continually invested in reducing environmental impact through innovative and sustainable design. Her multi-faceted background allows her to be a designer who can both create and disrupt paradigms, and become a tool for creative impact. View all posts by Mary Zambello