Designed by Payette, this new Tufts University new Gross Anatomy Lab is twice the size of the previous lab and will serve twice the number of students.
Our George Washington University Milken Institute School of Public Health was featured in Jan/Feb 2018 issue of Architectural Products Magazine.
Our project alcoves are full of model studies, full-scale mock-ups and other artifacts of our design approach.
Sketches – hand-drawn or construction drawing – allow for this kind of clear, concise and immediate communication.
Nearly every design challenge begins with some exploration and search for inspiration.
Study models are an effective way to communicate ideas in the design process without getting caught up on too many details.
The AIA Global Practice Primer is a great resource for all firms considering, or engaged in, international projects.
Andrea Love shares with Architect Magazine how our practice has evolved since she joined the firm and the role of research in our work.
Like music, architecture repetition can vary in scale, in type, in physicality and in abstract forms.
Cambridge is officially on the path to becoming a net-zero community.
As architects we encounter the concept of planes in almost all our projects, but there are many ways to utilize the spatial element.
Vote today for the Northeastern University ISEC in the Harleston Parker Medal People’s Choice Award!
Associate Principal Stuart Baur shares his experience working on our “You Are Here: Wendy’s Welcome to the ED” video project.
It’s that time of year to find the perfect gift for that special architect or designer in your life.
As architects we draw ourselves into places we may never inhabit, into places that may never materialize.
Sketches are great for clear, concise and immediate communication between a project team.
The stone astronaut is a design fingerprint, a clear example of a design decision with great meaning.
Reducing the environmental impact of lab buildings requires integration of high performance strategies from the outset.
A sloping landscape intervention will lead to an accessible path across the train tracks with a pedestrian bridge flowing into the core campus.