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The Winsor School Boston, Massachusetts, USA – design by William Rawn Associates, Architect, Inc. – almost doubles historic all-girls school size with 143,000 sqft project combining arts and athletics to encourage leadership, collaboration, and creative risk taking.
Kaplan Thompson Architects’ “fast casual” version of Eventide will look organic, deep, and rich, while matching its busy, metropolitan vibe. Designing around an adjacent parking garage and managing construction in the city wasn’t going to be easy.
Located in the shadow of Louis Kahn’s famous library building, the new Phillips Exeter Academy Class of 1959 Music Center design by William Rawn Associates, Architects, Inc. commands a new quadrangle and opens the arts to campus.
Hydroelectric Canal Boston design by Paul Lukez Architecture – to harness clean energy through hydropower generation from tidal changes and storm surges in low-lying urban areas, to shape self-sustaining communities.
Significant architects with buildings in Boston include Steven Holl Architects, Renzo Piano Building Workshop, Robert A.M. Stern Architects, Fumihiko Maki and associates and Foster + Partners.
Anmahian Winton Architects restored the building’s beloved exterior and re-animated the interior with a new program and design vocabulary to create this endowed teaching and research facility.
Union Point is a culturally rich urban environment 12 miles from Boston, with direct access to the city’s transit system. The development design is by Elkus Manfredi Architects with Sasaki Associates.
New $5.5 million Perles Family Studio at Jacob’s Pillow Dance, the home of the internationally acclaimed dance festival. Designed by Flansburgh Architects of Boston, MA, it is an integral part of a five-year strategic plan to relaunch as a year-round campus for programs, research, and development.
A 14,000 sqft building expanson designed by Gray Organschi Architecture integrates an array of sustainable design features. It weaves into the fabric of farm buildings, combining urban agriculture and sustainable land-management practice in an innovative curriculum.
Glen Coben, of NYC-based architecture & design firm, Glen and Co. Architecture just finished the reno & redesign of the 1893, Ames Boston Hotel (and the restaurant inside, Cultivar) taking the building’s original architecture and redesigning it to merge the past, present and future by blending modern elegance with its many preserved, original features, to create a combo of modern style and old-world sophistication.
A design by Matter Design & FR|SCH Projects aiming to encourage inventiveness and playful exploration, located in an area designed by The Architects Collaborative in the 1950s. The small building in the woods has ‘no purpose’, but in reality its intention is to facilitate discovery.
Grandly austere with its concrete facade, Boston City Hall features several playful gestures, including its gravitydefying mayor’s office that hovers over the main entrance plaza and a profusion of outsized classical dentils.
REX architecture firm, New York City, selected by the Corporation of Brown University as the architect for Brown’s new performing arts center (PAC) to be located in the heart of the College Hill campus.