We are thrilled to announce we’ve been selected to lead the design of Bates College’s New Science Building.
We spoke with Architosh on how integrating computational tools in our design process has added value to both our firm and projects.
Our George Washington University Milken Institute School of Public Health was featured in Jan/Feb 2018 issue of Architectural Products Magazine.
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.
Andrea Love has been paired to mentor Sinan Goral, a student at Carnegie Mellon University, in the first-class of the AIAS CRIT Scholar program.
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.
Career development isn’t always about going step to step in a linear way, it means doing it in the ways that are right for you.
Our recently completed MIT E15 Media Lab Cleanroom is filled with the Conformable Decoders research group all moved in.
In the ArchitectureBoston feature ‘Material Witnesses’, Charlie Klee describes the facade design for our Harvard Art Museum renovation project.
The scholarship will assist undergraduate students majoring in architecture who are participating in an international study abroad/experiences.
In partnership with the Architects Foundation, we are pleased to announce the opening of applications for the Payette Sho-Ping Chin Memorial Academic Scholarship.
We are pleased to announce the Northeastern University ISEC received an AIA New York COTE Merit Award!
Read about our recent healthcare pro bono work and why individuals in our firm decided to get involved.
Last year, we were honored to participate in Metropolis’s Think Tank series leading a discussion on breaking through the wave of homogenous architecture in Boston.
The annual award program recognizes design excellence in projects in New England or by New England architects.
In front of 1,750+ industry professionals, we took home “Best Interpretation of Theme” at the 19th annual IIDA New England Fashion Show.
Michael Rosbash, Jeffrey Hall and Michael Young, from Brandeis University and Rockefeller University, were awarded the Nobel Prize in physiology.