At Design Museum Mornings, the CEO of Design for Change talks about what happens when children are introduced to design thinking.
Today we explore some of our makerspaces that are currently in design or under construction.
A makerspace is a place to congregate and share ideas – to solve problems by prototyping, tinkering and iterating.
While this buzzword is relatively new, the essence of the “maker” can be tracked throughout history.
We are researching strategies that we, as architects, can deploy in order to improve the aural comfort of our spaces.
With the goal of acoustically improving our FabLab, we are conducting a acoustical research study inhouse.
Building Scientist Chris Mackey presented at Foster + Partners on parametric modeling last March.
Ten attendees from different firms, ranging from architects to engineers, shared slide presentation on trends and best practices in lab design.
Join the BSA Committee for the Trends in Science Research and Innovation event at the Northeastern University on Tuesday, March 20.
Chris Mackey will be leading a discussion on parametric environmental modeling at Foster + Partners.
We spoke with Architosh on how integrating computational tools in our design process has added value to both our firm and projects.
Chris Mackey is leading a workshop on energy modeling tools February 16 at the Center for Architecture.
Andrea Love shares with Architect Magazine how our practice has evolved since she joined the firm and the role of research in our work.
Our recently completed MIT E15 Media Lab Cleanroom is filled with the Conformable Decoders research group all moved in.
We are proud to announce the launch of five new video tutorials of our publicly available SkinDesigner plugin for Grasshopper.
Our design team used simulation tools to test the performance of the environment within the building to ensure occupant comfort.
Located within Duke’s main science precinct, Environmental Hall stands as a model for high performance campus architecture.
Read the story of how our design team found a solution to the unique building site of our new project at Lafayette College.
Boston University was in need of a flexible, interdisciplinary research environment to accommodate current scientific research.