A New Technology-Driven Anatomy Lab at Tufts

2018 February 13 LEAVE A COMMENT

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.

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Payette Featured in Architectural Products Magazine

2018 February 5 LEAVE A COMMENT

Our George Washington University Milken Institute School of Public Health was featured in Jan/Feb 2018 issue of Architectural Products Magazine.

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Models in the Studio

2018 February 1 LEAVE A COMMENT

Our project alcoves are full of model studies, full-scale mock-ups and other artifacts of our design approach.

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Sketches are a Communication Tool: Part II

2018 January 30 LEAVE A COMMENT

Sketches – hand-drawn or construction drawing – allow for this kind of clear, concise and immediate communication.

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Finding Inspiration: Tyler Loewen

2018 January 29 LEAVE A COMMENT

Nearly every design challenge begins with some exploration and search for inspiration.

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The Benefits of Study Models

2018 January 25 LEAVE A COMMENT

Study models are an effective way to communicate ideas in the design process without getting caught up on too many details.

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Payette Contributes to AIA Global Practice Primer

2018 January 16 LEAVE A COMMENT

The AIA Global Practice Primer is a great resource for all firms considering, or engaged in, international projects.

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Payette Featured in Architect Magazine

2018 January 15 LEAVE A COMMENT

Andrea Love shares with Architect Magazine how our practice has evolved since she joined the firm and the role of research in our work.

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Breaking the Beat

2018 January 10 LEAVE A COMMENT

Like music, architecture repetition can vary in scale, in type, in physicality and in abstract forms.

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Net Zero City: It’s on us

2018 January 9 LEAVE A COMMENT

Cambridge is officially on the path to becoming a net-zero community.

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The Versatility of Planes in Design

2018 January 8 LEAVE A COMMENT

As architects we encounter the concept of planes in almost all our projects, but there are many ways to utilize the spatial element.

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Vote the Harleston Parker Medal People’s Choice!

2018 January 4 LEAVE A COMMENT

Vote today for the Northeastern University ISEC in the Harleston Parker Medal People’s Choice Award!

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One Year Later: Reflecting on “Wendy’s Welcome”

2018 January 2 LEAVE A COMMENT

Associate Principal Stuart Baur shares his experience working on our “You Are Here: Wendy’s Welcome to the ED” video project.

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Holiday Guide for Architects

2017 December 22 LEAVE A COMMENT

It’s that time of year to find the perfect gift for that special architect or designer in your life.

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Where the Mind Goes

2017 December 20 LEAVE A COMMENT

As architects we draw ourselves into places we may never inhabit, into places that may never materialize.

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Sketches are a Communication Tool

2017 December 15 LEAVE A COMMENT

Sketches are great for clear, concise and immediate communication between a project team.

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The Stone Astronaut

2017 December 13 LEAVE A COMMENT

The stone astronaut is a design fingerprint, a clear example of a design decision with great meaning.

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Strategies that Yield Energy Efficient Laboratories

2017 December 8 LEAVE A COMMENT

Reducing the environmental impact of lab buildings requires integration of high performance strategies from the outset.

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Flow and Movement: the ISEC Bridge

2017 December 6 1 COMMENT

A sloping landscape intervention will lead to an accessible path across the train tracks with a pedestrian bridge flowing into the core campus.

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Payette Featured in ArchitectureBoston

2017 December 5 LEAVE A COMMENT

In the ArchitectureBoston feature ‘Material Witnesses’, Charlie Klee describes the facade design for our Harvard Art Museum renovation project.

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