We’ve gathered some of our favorite places, upcoming events we’re excited to attend, and tips for exploring our city with an architect’s eye.
The prominently located Buckley Transportation Center will be a public art landmark for downtown Lawrence.
We really enjoy our active internship program that brings multiple interns to join our team throughout the year for typically a semester at time.
To celebrate Principal Ian Adamson’s career and contributions, we turned his nearly 50 blog posts into a bound book.
Nearly every design challenge begins with some exploration and search for inspiration. Today Hilary Barlow shares about where she finds inspiration.
As part of our design process, we submit our work for collective critique through a system of firm-wide design forums.
We are researching strategies that we, as architects, can deploy in order to improve the aural comfort of our spaces.
With the goal of acoustically improving our FabLab, we are conducting a acoustical research study inhouse.
KA Connect 2018 took a deep dive into sharing knowledge within architecture, engineering and construction firms.
What are you reading? Here’s what caught our interest this month.
A post occupancy process is a great way to inform your design practice.
We recently had the opportunity to explore the breadth of our influence at the HarvardxDesign Conference: InfluencexDesign.
“I’m not here because I’m female. I’m here because I’m qualified,” became a refrain following a screening of Sista in the Brotherhood at BSA Space.
Our intern Carolyne Ottawa writes about how we might close the advancement gap between men and women in architecture.
The Architecture and Design Thinking Day was a joint initiative between the BSA Foundation and the Boston Private Industry Council (PIC) who connect youth with workforce partners to provide opportunities to put students on the path to rewarding careers.
Mentoring is a key part of the architectural profession throughout one’s career.
During a recent podcast, Director of Creative Engagement Karen Robichaud shares insight on leaving your mark in the professional world.
We introduced our firm to architect Alison Killing, a bold architect unafraid to tackle what has become a taboo subject in polite conversation.
Nearly every design challenge begins with some exploration and search for inspiration.