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Elkus Manfredi Architects is the most prolific firm in Massachusetts, with billings of $37.7 million in 2012 and an array of projects that are big, tall, and at the center of the region's ferocious debate over density and height. Curbed National profiles the architects, who speak of their work as part of a "public realm" and a "city of neighborhoods." While Elkus Manfredi's buildings themselves are not jarring—many are sleek or blend into their surroundings—they are, by virtue of their size, changing Boston forever. [Curbed National]