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.
The Amherst New Science Center is on on track to achieve an 72% overall energy reduction.
We are proud to announce the launch of five new video tutorials of our publicly available SkinDesigner plugin for Grasshopper.
At Payette, we are committed to energy-efficient spaces and reducing the environmental impact of each building.
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.
The Milken Institute School of Public Health design created a powerful vehicle for communicating sustainable design and public health.
We are pleased to announce the Northeastern University ISEC received an AIA New York COTE Merit Award!
As we get ready for the Greenbuild 2017, we wanted to share some of our favorite green buildings and spaces. What would you add to the list?
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.
We are pleased to announce our Northeastern University Interdisciplinary Science and Engineering Complex received an I2SL 2017 Go Beyond Award in the Buildings Category.
During the design process, our teams utilize solar radiation studies to help design energy efficient buildings.