Michael Sadler recognized at LAF Annual Benefit More »
The Boston Architectural College is pleased to announce that Michael Sadler, a student in the College's Master of Landscape Architecture program, was named a 2015 University Olmsted Scholar in the Landscape Architecture Foundation's (LAF) Olmsted Scholars Program, the premier national award program for landscape architecture students...more.
Drew Seskunas is co-founder of the experimental design studio, The Principals, located in Brooklyn, NY. Prior to forming The Principals, Seskunas headed the Berlin architecture office of the Belgian artist Arne Quinze, most notably completing the 300,000 mixed-use project Bikini Berlin. Exploring the boundaries of architecture, industrial design and fabrication, The Principals mine overlooked areas to produce the unexpected.
Pine, spruce, larch. These tree species cover the majority of Finland. This abundance of wood formed a material and spatial culture that connects to the sky perceived through upright trees. Against this bounty, Finnish architecture expressively incorporates itself as a zone between often-frozen ground and sky.
Finland prides itself on its long-established woodworking traditions and widespread appreciation for quality craftsmanship and design. The past twenty years have seen particularly remarkable development in Finnish wood construction...more.
Michael Sadler, Master of Landscape Architecture, recognized at Landscape Architecture Foundation’s Annual Benefit in Chicago More »
Team of students improve accessibility of Roxbury’s Higginson K-2 School More »
Robert Henry and Michael Gross participate in design competition to fight hunger More »
Christopher Grotton, M.Arch ’11, receives praise for his work in hometown of Camden, Maine. More »
Community gathers to formally invest Glen S. LeRoy as seventh president More »
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The Boston Architectural College (BAC) is an independent spatial design college offering professional and accredited graduate and undergraduate degrees in architecture, interior architecture, landscape architecture, and design studies. The core of the BAC experience is a unique learning model where design education happens in the classroom and in the professional workplace simultaneously. Students work in some 300 design firms while attending their classes and studios onsite or online, earning credit and gaining experience in both settings.
Founded in 1889 as a club for practicing architects, the BAC has remained closely tied to Boston's professional design community throughout its history. Students are taught, mentored, and advised by over 400 practicing professionals, strengthening the connection between workplace experience and classroom learning. BAC graduates are accomplished designers with impressive resumes, portfolios, and professional networks.
Friends and alumni of the Boston Architectural College came together at the BAC's alumni reception at this year's ArchitectureBoston Expo (ABX), held at the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center on November 18, 2015. ABX is one of the largest events for the design and construction industry in the country, and the largest regional conference and tradeshow.