The new Greenhouse, located on the roof of the Norman Hackerman Building, has unconstrained access to the sun and excellent views of the surrounding university.
Our Marketing Coordinator Catherine Martin writes about her experience at her first architectural photoshoot.
Defined by curved bronze anodized aluminum extrusions, the office volume expresses flow and movement while shading the offices from the harsh southwestern exposure.
This spring we had a new photography challenge – to coordinate and execute an all staff photo.
During the photo shoot, the team focused on capturing the exterior, the building within its context and the more public and collaborative interior areas.
We recently photographed the iconic Harvard Memorial Church Renovation.
Photographing the newly opened Interdisciplinary Science and Engineering Complex.
Check out some photos of our newly constructed Gloucester Biotechnology Academy.
The exterior is nearly finished and the scaffolding is coming down in the atrium.
New photography always energizes and inspires. Here’s a few of our new photos.
Check out a preview of some of our newest photography from recently completed projects.
The event highlighted two projects and examined the importance of photography in documenting designed spaces.
This summer we’ve been on photo shoots for a couple of recently completed projects.
The design intentionally creates a dialogue between the original architecture and the new addition.
Check out photos from the official opening of George Washington University’s Milken Institute School of Public Health.
We saw the overhead MRI and CT in action at Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center.
Environment Hall at Duke University celebrated its official opening last week.
A few weeks ago, we decided that instead of spending our day at the office, we would pay a visit to the island – “Containment Island.”
The building is an infill building with prominent street frontages along Binney Street and the main drop-off for the hospital. At this recent shoot we focused on capturing the interiors.
The form and materials of the building are designed to be sympathetic to the HVCC campus.