It’s crucial that the team and client both understand the design intent, and models are often an efficient way to demonstrate ideas.
Inspiration can come from anywhere. Nearly every design challenge begins with some exploration and search for inspiration.
A 1,000 SF cleanroom built inside the MIT’s famed Media Lab, is a quiet study in careful restraint, technical skill and design insight.
Each of our judges brought a unique perspective and set of experiences to our friendly design competition to re-imagine our Lido Deck.
Earlier this month we hosted a Metropolis Think Tank event focused on the use of architectural mockups in healthcare design.
Today we explore some of our makerspaces that are currently in design or under construction.
When practicing architecture internationally, keep in mind these nine things.
The Kilachand Center was designed for targeted flexibility to accommodate a broad array of research pursuits.
We are proud to share that both our Northeastern University ISEC and Boston University Kilachand Center have been awarded an IES Illumination Award.
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.
Enscape Plug-in tool allows our entire protect team to review and make design decisions collectively.
What are you reading? Here’s what caught our interest this month.
Nearly every design challenge begins with some exploration and search for inspiration. Today Arlen Li shares about where he finds inspiration.
A post occupancy process is a great way to inform your design practice.
Ten attendees from different firms, ranging from architects to engineers, shared slide presentation on trends and best practices in lab design.
Over the last several weeks the Payette interiors department has shared great and interesting interiors-related links.
Long before the advent of LEED and climate change, we were aggressive advocates of finding strategies to reduce the energy use in our buildings.
We introduced our firm to architect Alison Killing, a bold architect unafraid to tackle what has become a taboo subject in polite conversation.