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Pilot City Lab Intensive Spring 2013

The pilot City Lab Intensive was a voluntary, week-long orientation experience for graduate students, scheduled to become a required course for all incoming students, starting in the fall 2013.  More

Transforming Boston's Neighborhoods: TAT Competition

The first annual design studio competition sponsored by The Architectural Team at the BAC garnered some of the highest quality housing design work of our advanced studios to date. The competition focused on engaging our emerging designers to create more innovative affordable living environments for people of all ages and economic statuses, while improving our culture and lifestyles, too.  More

Stephen Messinger Ames Lecture Gallery

With support from the 2012 John Worthington Ames Scholarship, Stephen Messinger traveled through Sweden and lived in a passiv haus in Vastra Hamnen, a Swedish neighborhood that targets energy neutrality. While abroad, he met with community leaders/officials, and explored the successes and failures of a country striving to make itself an energy independent leader in sustainable design, thinking, and practice.  More

Student Fieldwork and Research

Landscape Architecture students engage in a variety of field work exercises, research projects, and field trips designed to enrich their views on public space and landscape.  More

Gateway Project: Chinatown Furniture

In spring 2012, the BAC practice department and Junko Yamamoto launched the Gateway project Chinatown Furniture. This project was developed to create a series of custom-designed and fabricated furniture pieces for the Chinatown Lantern Reading Room.  More

Jillian Gaviani's Forest Stewardship Council Booth Design

Jillian Gaviani proposed a booth design based on a nest, arguably the most sustainable green building nature has to offer.  More

951 Boylston Opening Reception

The Boston Architectural College was pleased to host a celebratory reception to commemorate the opening of the newest campus building at 951 Boylston Street.  More

951 Boylston Street

The Boston Architectural College recently completed a $14 million purchase and renovation project at 951 Boylston Street, opening a new campus building for the first time in nearly 50 years.  More