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Harleston Parker People's Choice Award

Want to see your favorite building here next year?

Nominate it by emailing [email protected] with subject line “2020 Harleston Parker Medal” by Friday, March 27, 2020.

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After careful consideration, site visits, and healthy debate, the 2019 Harleston Parker jury made their choice for Boston's "most beautiful" new building: The Richard A. and Susan F. Smith Campus Center.

But how do YOU define beauty in architecture?

During January 2020, the BSA opened up the polls for the 2019 People’s Choice Award. Everyone interested in architecture and design was invited to participate, selecting their favorite from the 2019 Harleston Parker Medal finalists (below). When the polls closed on January 23, the people had chosen their winner.

The 2019 People's Choice award winner is The Exchange at 100 Federal, designed by Perkins and Will for Boston Properties.


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2019 Harleston Parker finalists

Need a refresher? Review the finalists below.

Collier Memorial
Designed by Höweler + Yoon Architecture

Client: Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Photos: Iwan Baan; John Horner

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Novartis Institutes for BioMedical Research
Designed by Maya Lin Studio with Bialosky + Partners and CannonDesign (181 Massachusetts Avenue) and Toshiko Mori Architect (22 Windsor Street)

Client: Novartis Institutes for BioMedical Research
Photos: Iwan Baan; Peter Vanderwarker

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The Exchange at 100 Federal
Designed by Perkins and Will

Client: Boston Properties
Photos: Chuck Choi

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The Richard A. and Susan F. Smith Campus Center
Designed by Hopkins Architects with Bruner/Cott

Client: Harvard University
Photos: Janie Airey; Nic Lehoux

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Leading-Edge, Sustainable Stadium Design

Professional sports stadiums form large complexes with enormous impacts on the environment and local communities. In this video/CEU the executives and consultants involved in the design and daily operation of Gillette Stadium and Mercedes-Benz Stadium discuss the challenges and opportunities of sustainable stadium design.

Executives and consultants involved in the design and daily operation of Gillette Stadium and Mercedes-Benz Stadium discuss the challenges and opportunities of sustainable stadium design.

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