Next Month, Chris Mackey will be leading workshops on parametric environmental modeling in Copenhagen and Aahus, Denmark.
Next month, Chris Mackey will be discussing how to integrate energy modeling into the design process.
Andrea Love explains how sustainable strategies were leveraged in the design of the Science and Engineering Complex.
The Williams College Science Center South Building is on target for a very low air leakage rate of approximately 0.11 cfm/SF at 75 PA pressure.
We are pleased to announce the Columbia University SEAS Data Science Institute Mudd Hall Renovation has earned LEED® Gold Certification.
The Advancing Computational Building Design blog published an in-depth discussion on our Winter and Glazing Comfort Tool.
Building Scientist Chris Mackey presented at Foster + Partners on parametric modeling last March.
We are pleased to announce the Tufts University Science and Engineering Complex has earned LEED® Gold Certification.
Building Scientist Chris Mackey will be participating in a panel discussion on sustainable urban planning.
Long before the advent of LEED and climate change, we were aggressive advocates of finding strategies to reduce the energy use in our buildings.
Join the BSA Committee for the Trends in Science Research and Innovation event at the Northeastern University on Tuesday, March 20.
The project team successfully integrated multiple water strategies into the final design of the building contributing to the overall energy efficiency.
To celebrate Massachusetts leading the Top 10 LEED States of 2017, we look back at some of our most sustainable projects of last year.
Chris Mackey will present at the BSA during the AIA 2030 Commitment Roundtable on February 21.
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.
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.
Cambridge is officially on the path to becoming a net-zero community.
Reducing the environmental impact of lab buildings requires integration of high performance strategies from the outset.