If you've ever paused to look at the Ruggles MBTA station, Roxbury Community College, the Boston Police Headquarters, or the Harriet Tubman House before it was demolished, you've been affected by the work of Donald Stull and his teams of architects.
Stull was a true pioneer in the world of architecture, founding two firms owned and run by Black architects. Stull passed away late last year. To recognize his life and legacy, we caught up with his friend and partner M. David Lee. Lee worked at Stull and Associates, and then co-founded Stull and Lee, with Donald Stull.
This article was originally published on February 15, 2021.