High school students explore their potential through design internships
Working 9-5 in the dog days of summer can inspire longing for high school summer vacation. For the group of designers that gathered at BSA Space this month, however, it’s easy to remember it. After all, they just spent theirs working at some of the top architecture firms in Boston.
Remembering Stephen Friedlaender FAIA
With great sadness, HMFH has announced the death of one of HMFH’s founding partners, Stephen Friedlaender FAIA. He cared deeply about design and engaged fully with clients, consultants, and colleagues in seeking the solutions that were elegant, innovative and appropriate.
Boston Society for Architecture ranked 10 on list of largest business advocacy organizations in Massachusetts
A survey by the Boston Business Journal found that the BSA ranked 10th on the list of business advocacy organizations in Massachusetts. The list includes Massachusetts-headquartered organizations.
In a first, Boston to urge developers to disclose diversity of project teams and investors
An effort spearheaded by a partnership between the BSA and the Civic Action Project has resulted in a new policy that will ask developers to disclose who they’re working with on major real estate projects, as part of an effort to diversify the city’s largely white and male development industry. (via the Boston Globe)