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Amherst College Powerhouse

January 01, 2015 / by / 0 Comment

Amherst, MA
Architect: Bruner/Cott & Associates
Owner: Amherst College

Blue Wall Cafe

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Amherst, MA
Architect: Bruner/Cott & Associates
Owner: University of Massachusetts Amherst

Pool facing wood slat wall and movie screen

The Batch Yard

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Everett, MA
Architects: Neshamkin French Architects and Sheskey Architects
Owner: Post Road Residential

bar with circular shelves

Empire Restaurant and Lounge

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Boston, MA
Architect: Beacon Architectural Associates
Owner: Big Night Entertainment Group

open office cubical

Boston Commercial Office

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Boston, MA
Architects: Elkus Manfredi and Dyer Brown

mirror on the left close up of the product shelves

Station Row

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Newton, MA
Architect: SLR Architecture
Owner: Matt Carlson, Stylist

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Can an office building make you healthier and more productive?

March 20, 2017 / by / 0 Comment

When the engineering and consulting firm Arup recently moved into its new offices on the 10th floor at 60 State Street in downtown Boston, principal Mark Walsh-Cooke soon noticed that something was missing: the sickly smells of carpet, paint, and furniture that normally permeate a new office building…. Continue reading at: Boston Globe

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Gilbane Building Company and Dwell Proper Break Ground on the Sarasota Modern Hotel

March 20, 2017 / by / 0 Comment

The design of the hotel is inspired by the Modernist tradition which emerged in Sarasota in the late 1940s. Called ‘Sarasota Modern’, modernist architecture from Europe and its decorative style was adapted to suit the unique Gulf Coast climate. Décor of the 89-room hotel is inspired by the local arts culture and will feature key design elements influenced by the period, including richness of natural wood, large windows and sunscreens optimizing light, and an indoor/outdoor flow… Continue reading at: prweb

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At Hampshire College, sustainability efforts reach new level

March 20, 2017 / by / 0 Comment

The private college’s first new building in 20 years is a model of sustainability, featuring composting toilets, rooftop solar panels to power the building, and a water supply that draws on rainwater stored in underground cisterns. The building, slated to open in April, will use zero net energy, produce its own water supply, and manage its wastewater… Continue reading at: Boston Globe

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Gilded Age mansion in Milton to open to public for first time

December 27, 2016 / by / 0 Comment

Despite being one of Massachusetts’ largest Gilded Age mansions, the William Ellery Channing Eustis Estate in Milton has long been shrouded in secrecy. After the mansion was built nearly 150 years ago, the Eustis family lived a quiet life on the 97-acre estate for generations. But all that is about to change…

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