8th Annual Gingerbread House Design Competition
Now in its eighth year, the Gingerbread Design Competition and Exhibition is a fun and tasty way to highlight the delicious talents of Boston landscape and architecture firms. While challenging designers to explore a new medium, this sweet event also raises funds for community design programs of the BSA Foundation and the Community Design Resource Center.
The Architecture of Time
Photo exhibition taking place at BSA Space in the Storefront Gallery and second floor conference rooms featuring a roster of photographers exploring themes related to architecture, the built environment, and the power of design to transform and improve people’s lives.
The Architecture of Time will feature photography that represents creative perspectives on the built or designed environment dealing with time or history through an architectural lens.
Women in Design Award of Excellence: 20th Anniversary
The Women In Design is pleased to announce the 20th Anniversary of its Award of Excellence! To mark this significant milestone, the WID community is curating an exhibition to showcase the impact that all Awardees have made throughout their careers and include programming that will allow participants to honor, reflect, celebrate, and be inspired.
DURABLE: Sustainable Material Ecologies, Assemblies, and Cultures
DURABLE is a design imperative to construct sustainable environments that promote not only long life cycles, but also enduring cultural significance. Crucial to a sustainable architecture is the design of buildings that will endure for generations while also constantly adapting to ever-changing cultural needs. This exhibition examines the durability of materials through the lens of built examples of robust architecture that remains useful and valued despite the vicissitudes of time.
Now What?! Advocacy, Activism & Alliances in American Architecture since 1968
The civil rights, women’s, and LGBTQ movements impacted every facet of US society, including architecture and design. Now What?! links the design community to larger social and political movements of the late 20th century, placing design practice in the foreground and engaging viewers in critical conversations around history, progress, and the built environment.