We Stand Together to Stop Asian Hate Crimes
The Boston Society for Architecture stands with the American Institute of Architects (AIA) in the fight against anti-Asian racism. We are horrified by the shootings on March 16, and by the racist actions that have allowed this kind of targeted violence against minority groups for generations.
Moody Nolan: AIA Firm of the Year
In today's climate of racial reckoning, it's fitting for Moody Nolan, the nation's largest African American-owned architecture firm, to be honored with the 2021 Architecture Firm Award from the American Institute of Architects (AIA). The annual award is the highest honor the AIA bestows on an architecture practice. The award recognizes a firm that has consistently produced distinguished architecture for at least 10 years. This is the first time a Black-owned architecture firm has ever received the award in the AIA's 58 years of conducting the annual recognition.
Apprentice Learning 2020 Meets the Needs of Boston Students
The BSA is proud to continue our long-term partnership with Apprentice Learning to bring hands-on design to Boston students during the COVID-19 pandemic. This week wraps up the fall workshop series with Boston eighth graders, where they worked at a variety of scales understanding the impact of design on the built environment.
BSA Remains Committed to a Resilient, Equitable, Just, and Architecturally Vibrant City
This week’s elections weigh heavily on all of us. Regardless of our political preferences, we believe there is tremendous work to focus on toward making a resilient, equitable, just, and architecturally vibrant city and region.