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.
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.
Design: Ennead Architects. An adaptive re-use plus seismic upgrade of the original Rose City Awning factory, to create a company headquarters for Swift, a fast-growing 160-person digital media agency.
Design: Gluckman Tang Architects. This 165,000-sqft exhibition and art storage facility for contemporary art adapts the economical and flexible building system of industrial sheds and the scale, massing, and form of early industrial mill buildings.
Design: Taylor and Miller Architecture and Design
A series of sleeves act as spatial leaks, breaking through the timber and allowing the interior spaces to reach out to the lake in the form of very specific views.
Design: Mecanoo, Architects / Sasaki Associates
Winner of Harleston Parker Medal, Boston’s most prestigious architecture prize.. Three historic facades have been integrated into the all-sided complex with elegantly curved corners.
Design: Richard Olcott / Ennead Architects
One of the largest art museum campaigns in the US, the building expansion includes the addition of a 40,000 sqft wing along with 17,500 sqft of renovation to adjacent structures.
Design: Bruner/Cott Architects and Planners. Student gathering and event space in a tactful but raw reworking of 1925 McKim Mead & White steam plant. The industrial interior was reconfigured to accommodate performances, dance parties, speakers and student gatherings.
Design: Flavin Architects / ZEN Associates
A contemporary greenhouse where the clients could practice the art of training bonsai trees, a homage to Philip Johnson’s Glass House.
Design: RUHL WALKER Architects. Sited gently on the lower slope of a dramatic 60 foot high coastal bank and surrounded by miles of undeveloped Cape Cod National Seashore beaches and scrub pines is a warm, modern beach house that enjoys uninterrupted ocean views but is also a “thinking retreat”.
Design: Gensler architects
This 12-story glass building has a sail-like solar panel ‘veil’ on top plus an illuminated GE logo. It is connected to two renovated brick warehouses.
The new headquarters complex overlooks Boston’s Fort Point Channel and has a maritime theme.
Design: Louis Kahn architect
After a decade of planning, eight years of renovation and a 16-month closure, this masterpiece designed by the Philadelphia architect during the last 15 years of his life reopens to the public on May 11.
Design: Mark Goulthorpe, Raphael Crespin
The project “displaces the combinatorial logic of ready-made components typical of late-industrial process for a seamless and non-standard protocol of customized fabrication”.