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Student Design Showcase 2015


Winning project, Nitobe Memorial Hall; Sapporo, Japan, Andrew Shea, University of Massachusetts, Amherst.

Image courtesy Andrew Shea.

The Membership Enrichment Committee of the Boston Society of Architects/AIA (BSA) congratulates Greater Boston’s students for their excellent work through the Student Design Showcase and Competition. This annual showcase celebrates the numerous architectural programs in the Greater Boston area, providing a platform for students’ exemplary academic design work to be recognized by architects, affiliated professionals, and the general public.

Winning submissions are chosen through a juried selection process, recognized at an opening reception, and featured in a two-month-long exhibition at BSA Space.

Current students enrolled in any Massachusetts architecture or design program (including interior design, landscape architecture, and urban design) working toward their bachelor’s, master’s, or doctorate degrees, as well as graduates of the class of 2015, are eligible to apply.

The BSA congratulates all local students in their pursuit of excellence in design and welcomes them to the professional community. The complete entries of all submissions, including the nine on display here, can be viewed at

View winners and all submissions online here.