Progress on the new Jack C. Taylor Visitor Center continues swiftly at the Garden. This virtual conversation offers an insider’s look at the project.
These shining examples of architectural innovation—completed before the COVID-19 pandemic—address user needs in unique, interesting, and effective ways.
The award-winning facility quickly became the hub of academic life on campus.
Beresford Pratt shares his perspective on race, equity, and architecture on Practice Disrupted.
The 2020 fellows are passionate, energetic, and eager for their work to help communities that need it most.
The development of the plan includes in-depth community input and consists of a variety of new programs and investments to support neighborhood residents.
Expert Shannon Dowling explains how comfortable, welcoming, and inclusive learning environments create successful student experiences.
Among the contributors were some of the region’s most respected design firms.
Principal Dennis Lynch discusses how a housing master plan can serve as a strategic guide for colleges and universities to address the development and renewal of student housing.
While community has always been an integral focus of Ayers Saint Gross’ mission, the pivot of their space has created new resolve during such uncertain times.
Every school designed to meet LEED standards represents a commitment to a future of green schools for all.