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Russell LaFrombois has a talent for turning visions into reality.
The 38-year-old architect with the Milwaukee firm Engberg Anderson Design Partnership Inc. says the best part of his job is making people's ideas become working designs.
"I don't try to enforce my visions," he said. "Everything I do relates to the people who will be using the space. How they want to live and work is very important to me."
LaFrombois designed one of his most well-known projects to fit Milwaukee's urban life. The Passegio, a retail and apartment development on Brady Street between Arlington and Warren Streets, has stood out as a hot spot for tenants like the clothing store Detour and Italian restaurant Vinifera, but has also blended in …