All
Projects
Products
Events
Competitions
  1. ArchDaily
  2. Boston

Boston: The Latest Architecture and News

Boston Fusion / Bay Arch

12:30 - 19 November, 2010
Courtesy of Bay Arch
Courtesy of Bay Arch

The ambitious and successful award-winning architect, MAA Christian Bay-Jorgensen, from the architectural firm, Bay Arch, shared with us this unique and sustainable building at the harbour in Boston, Massachusetts. With affiliates in Ringkobing and Copenhagen and with creativity and energy in the blood, Boston Fusion will contain apartments and offices to create a new, green design in every sense with the help of eco-friendly materials from Icopal. This project also forms part of the plans for a new, green quarter called South Boston. More images and architect’s description after the break.

Conference Review: "Typology Redux: Revisiting a theoretical framework for new modes of practice"

18:00 - 26 October, 2010
Courtesy of Sun-Young Park
Courtesy of Sun-Young Park

Sun-Young Park, an architecture PhD student at Harvard shared with us a review on the Typology Redux Conference at Northeastern University in Boston. Read the complete review after the break.

Typology Redux Conference

18:00 - 22 September, 2010

Organized by Northeastern University and Tim Love, Associate Professor and Principal of Utile, the Typology Redux conference will consider the market-driven building typologies. When architects design office buildings, apartment buildings, and other market-driven building types, an unwritten set of rules establishes the framework for design exploration.

Moose Hill House / Utile, Inc

00:00 - 7 August, 2010
Moose Hill House / Utile, Inc, © Robert Knight
© Robert Knight

© Robert Knight © Robert Knight © Robert Knight © Robert Knight + 18

  • Architects

  • Location

    Boston, United States
  • Category

  • Structural Engineer

    Amy Dean, PE
  • Area

    344.0 m2
  • Project Year

    2008
  • Photographs

Common Boston Common Build Competition

20:00 - 8 June, 2010

The Common Boston Common Build (CBCB) is a design competition that challenges participants to design and implement a project in response to real community needs. Held over 3 days during the Common Boston Community and Architecture Festival, the CBCB is open to teams and individuals from ALL disciplines and experience levels. Common Boston and LostInBoston have partnered to host this year’s event, focused to raise awareness of the built environment, improve wayfinding and inspire connections across Boston’s urban fabric.

Community Rowing Boathouse / Anmahian Winton Architects

00:00 - 25 May, 2010
Community Rowing Boathouse / Anmahian Winton Architects

Community Rowing Boathouse / Anmahian Winton Architects Community Rowing Boathouse / Anmahian Winton Architects Community Rowing Boathouse / Anmahian Winton Architects Community Rowing Boathouse / Anmahian Winton Architects + 11

  • Architects

  • Location

    Boston, MA, USA
  • Category

  • Principal In Charge

    Alex Anmahian
  • Project Architect

    Sydney Schremser
  • Project Team

    Joel Lamere, Makoto Abe, Aaron Stavert, AIA, Mazen Sakr, Garth Goldstein, Andrew Plumb, AIA, Julia Davis, AIA, LEED AP
  • Project Managers

    Nick Winton, Todd Thiel
  • Civil Engineering

    Stantec
  • Marine Structural Engineering

    Childs Engineering Corp.
  • Structural Engineering

    Richmond So Engineering
  • Mep/Fp Engineering

    RW Sullivan Inc.
  • Landscape Architects

    Stantec
  • Lighting

    LAM Partners
  • Budget

    $11.45 M
  • Area

    30000.0 ft2
  • Project Year

    2008

Architectural Response, 3 day workshop in Boston

12:30 - 3 April, 2010

Its clear in 2010 perhaps more than ever that significant shifts in economies and culture can occur extremely rapidly; climatic crisis can devastate enormous populations in seconds. Our architectural response is critical. The architectural recourse of one crisis needs to be more than a temporary fix as it is often the only opportunity to implement further preventative measures for a future occurrence.

BanQ / Office dA

00:00 - 3 December, 2009
BanQ / Office dA, © John Horner
© John Horner

© John Horner © John Horner © John Horner + 15

  • Architects

    Office dA
  • Location

    Boston, MA, USA
  • Category

  • Project Design

    Nader Tehrani, Monica Ponce de Leon
  • Principal In Charge

    Nader Tehrani
  • Project Architect

    Dan Gallagher
  • Project Team

    Harry Lowd, Richard Lee, Lisa Huang, Remon Alberts, Janghwan Cheon, Jumanah Jamal, Aishah Al Sager
  • Project Coordinators

    Catie Newell, Brandon Clifford
  • Structural Consulting Engineer

    Simpson Gumpertz & Heger Inc.
  • Mep Consulting Engineer

    Wozny/Barbar & Associates, Inc.
  • Lighting Consultant

    Collaborative Lighting
  • Contractor

    Homeland Builders
  • Acoustical Consultant

    Acentech
  • Kitchen Consultant

    TriMark USA, Inc.
  • Building Code Consultant

    Hal Cutler
  • Area

    446.0 m2
  • Project Year

    2008
  • Photographs

Macallen Building Condominiums / office dA

00:00 - 25 November, 2009
Macallen Building Condominiums / office dA, © John Horner Photography
© John Horner Photography

© John Horner Photography © John Horner Photography © John Horner Photography © John Horner Photography + 48

  • Architects

  • Location

    Centre-South, Boston, MA, USA
  • Category

  • Architect Of Record

    Burt Hill
  • Principals In Charge

    Monica Ponce de Leon, Nader Tehrani
  • Project Architect

    Dan Gallagher
  • Project Team

    Ghazal Abassy, Remon Alberts, Hansy Luz Better, Scott Ewart, Katja Gischas, Anna Goodman, David Jeffries, Krists Karklins, Ethan Kushner, Christine Mueller, Julian Palacio, Penn Ruderman, Ahmad Reza Schricker, Harry Lowd
  • Project Manager

    Lisa Huang
  • Area

    32516.0 m2
  • Project Year

    2007
  • Photographs

SHIFTboston Ideas Competition

12:26 - 23 November, 2009

SHIFTboston is calling on all visionaries to submit his and her most provocative ideas for the City of Boston. Think: WHAT IF this could happen in Boston? SHIFTboston seeks to collect visions that aim to enhance and electrify the urban experience in Boston. We want innovative, radical ideas for new city elements such as: public art, landscape, architecture, urban intervention and transportation. Competitors could explore topics such as: the future city, energy efficiency and ecological urbanism. YOU TELL US.