Community + Collaborative Design projects: a year in review
Another year of the pandemic didn't stop the BSA's C+CD projects from going forward, thanks to the efforts of community partners and spatial designers. As a new year begins, we're taking a look back at last year's projects, as well as looking ahead at what's to come.
Opportunities abound for emerging professionals
The advent of a new year is the perfect time to take stock of your accomplishments and plan for more success in the not-too-distant future. This January, the BSA is offering several opportunities for emerging designers making the New Year’s resolution to sharpen their professional skills.
28 Days in BALME: Learning inclusive Architecture
Who are the authors of our urban spaces? How does the culture of private property shape the spatial design and aesthetic attributes of cities? John Wagner, studio instructor for It Takes a Village, one section in the Imaginations of Home exhibition, reflects on the experience.
BSA Members at COP26: Architecture's Role in the Climate Crisis
The distance between Glasgow and Boston encompasses 3,000 miles and one ocean, but the connection between the 2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference and the BSA is stronger than you might think. We spoke to BSA member firm CambridgeSeven and Mike Davis FAIA, Principal at Bergmeyer, about programming at COP26 and how architects can build a more sustainable world.