Engaging communities + Provoking change
by BSA staff / February 17, 2017
On January 30, BSA Space hosted Designing Boston: Parochialism vs. Production, a panel discussion focusing on how Boston’s municipal, building industry, and community leaders can work together to build housing that meets the needs of a growing population. More than 100 designers,...
by BSA staff / February 10, 2017
Friends and colleagues exercise their imaginations—and design thinking—while working and playing together at BSA Space’s Happy Hour Design Studios.
Every few months, BSA Space hosts Happy Hour Design Studio: LEGO® Challenge, a chance for grown-ups to dig into bins of the toy...
by BSA staff / February 2, 2017
KidsBuild!—a youth program of the BSA Foundation—turns 25 this year. The annual weekend-long event sees hundreds of kids and family members each year selecting building sites and using design thinking to construct creations for a miniature version of Boston.
As the KidsBuild!...
Inspiring vision + Provoking change
by BSA staff / January 27, 2017
To accompany One Room Mansion, the winter 2017 exhibition at BSA Space, several BSA committees have held programs exploring compact housing and its intersections with various aspects of architectural practice. As part of the Focus on Housing series, the BSA Access Committee hosted a panel...
Engaging communities + Inspiring vision
by BSA staff / January 20, 2017
The BSA Space Film Series invites design lovers to learn more about artists and architects who have shaped the world.
Now in its third season, the BSA Space Film Series offers design lovers and film buffs alike a regular chance to learn about influential artists and architects that have shaped the...
by BSA staff / January 13, 2017
Teens in our monthly Student Design Days have been asking that question for the past two months. In December’s class, they had the opportunity to explore the exhibition One Room Mansion as well as tour the uhü (Urban Housing Unit) to investigate compact living and its implications for...