Welcome to our Boston studio
Here in the home of the American Revolution, we’re proud of our rebel roots. We hold fast to our values – diversity, collaboration, and innovation – and we’re only half-joking when we tell people to run until apprehended, because we see our studio less like an office and more like a test lab. Ingenuity is embedded in the fabric of our practice, blurring traditional boundaries between disciplines. We take advantage of our city’s world-class academic institutions, actively seeking new perspectives for a fresh, dynamic atmosphere.
We stand in solidarity with the Black community in the fight against systemic racism, heartbroken by the senseless killings of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor, and the many other Black victims who came before them. This message alone is not enough. We ourselves have work to do.
With over 98,000 public schools—now vacant—across the United States, why aren’t we leveraging these community buildings to relieve our overburdened healthcare system? Leaders in our K-12 practice weigh in.
Our Workplace Strategy experts have created a Road Map for Return, covering the near-term transition back to the workplace—from employee readiness, to distance analysis, to new protocols to consider as we look forward.
What does it mean to adapt quickly to a remote work model? And, looking beyond immediate health and safety best practices like social distancing and sanitizing, how will we safely bring employees back into the office?
Every year, a jury meets to assess which AIA members have furthered the practice of architecture and benefited society as a whole.
The Exchange at 100 Federal Street has won the Harleston Parker People’s Choice award. Established in 1921 in memory of Boston architect J. Harleston Parker, the award represents “the most beautiful piece of architecture, building, monument or structure within the City or Metropolitan Parks District limits.”
—Gautam Sundaram, Associate Principal