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BAC STUDENTS OPTIMIZE DESIGN OF BAY COVE HUMAN SERVICES:: DESIGN FOR HUMAN HEALTH STUDENTS REDESIGN LOCAL GROUP HOME FOR AGING RESIDENTS

BAC Students Optimize Design of Bay Cove Human Services - Boston Architectural College

BAC STUDENT LIFE BLOG: BAC Sustainable Design Alumna Noted in Architectur...

BAC Sustainable Design Alumna Noted in Architecture Podium's International Awards

From buildings to bento boxes, Japan cooks up some of the most clever, elegant, and whimsical design in the world. A tasty blend of traditional craftsmanship and cutting edge technology, these works are a feast for the eye that carries over from scale to scale. Created for the Japanese public, they reflect the way people live, work, and eat in a country with a healthy appetite for rich materials, careful attention to detail, and industrial perfection.  Naomi Pollock is an American architect…

From buildings to bento boxes, Japan cooks up some of the most clever, elegant, and whimsical design in the world. A tasty blend of traditional craftsmanship and…

Designers often think of themselves as agents of change—the artifacts, environments, and cities they create seem to always harbor the promise of a better future. But how did we come to perceive design practices as holding such a high degree of agency in the complex world we inhabit? As a design historian, Diana Ramirez-Jasso has examined this question in different contexts. In this lecture, she investigates the all-important role that the shaping of landscapes and architectural interiors…

Designers often think of themselves as agents of change—the artifacts, environments, and cities they create seem to always harbor the promise of a better future.

Alexandra Lange is often asked, "What's a design critic?" And, "Can you make a living at that?" In this lecture, she will show what a design critic does all day and how, indeed, she makes money, highlighting the juxtapositions that the critic turns into narratives. Topics include modern art and cake, the 3D printer and the sewing machine, Obama and fruit labels, and Apple and greenwashing.  Alexandra Lange is an architecture and design critic. Her essays, reviews, and features have appeared…

Modernism art essay topics During a defining moment in history, there can be an event that can arrive that can aim at a mechanism of change. In art history, this mechanism.

The Boston Architectural College invites you to attend Building Knowledge, presented by Anupama Kundo, architect and educator, as part of the Cascieri Lectureship in the Humanities series.  Anupama Kundoo's internationally recognized and award-winning architecture practice started in 1990 anddemonstrates a strong focus on material research and experimentation towards an architecture that has low environmental impact and is appropriate to the socio-economic context. Anupama has built…

The Boston Architectural College invites you to attend Building Knowledge, presented by Anupama Kundo, architect and educator, as part of the Cascieri Lectureship…

This is "Bento: Connections" by Boston Architectural College on Vimeo, the home for high quality videos and the people who love them.

Discover the Distance Master of Architecture Program at the BAC

This is "Explore the Distance M. Arch Program at the BAC" by Boston Architectural College on Vimeo, the home for high quality videos and the people who…

Jimenez Lai is a lecturer at UCLA and Leader of Bureau Spectacular. Before founding Bureau Spectacular, Lai worked for a range of international offices, including OMA. Lai has built numerous installations as well as been widely exhibited - including the MoMA-collected White Elephant. His first manifesto, Citizens of No Place, was published by Princeton Architectural Press; Draft II of this book has been archived at the New Museum as a part of the show Younger Than Jesus. In 2012, Jimenez Lai…

Jimenez Lai is a lecturer at UCLA and Leader of Bureau Spectacular. Before founding Bureau Spectacular, Lai worked for a range of international offices, including…

This is "Obento - Thinking Out of the Lunchbox" by Boston Architectural College on Vimeo, the home for high quality videos and the people who love them.

The panel will focus on local design firms which are making resiliency fundamental to their practice. The conversation will focus on how designers are shifting to address an uncertain future while meaningfully engaging a broad base of stakeholders in their projects.  Moderator:  Maria Aiolova Co-Founder, Terreform ONE  Panelists:  Amy Korte Principal, Arrowstreet  Alan Mountjoy Principal, NBBJ  Jason Harper Associate Principal, Perkins and Will

The panel will focus on local design firms which are making resiliency fundamental to their practice. The conversation will focus on how designers are shifting to…

The panel will showcase the Rebuild by Design Competition and discuss what Boston can learn from it to best prepare itself for future climate uncertainties.  Moderator: Carter Craft Consulate General of the Netherlands in New York  Panelists:  Amy Chester Managing Director, Rebuild by Design  Kobi Ruthenberg Design Associate, Center for Advance Urbanism, MIT  Brie Hensold Senior Associate, Sasaki Associates  John Cleveland Executive Director, Green Ribbon Commission

The panel will showcase the Rebuild by Design Competition and discuss what Boston can learn from it to best prepare itself for future climate uncertainties.