05/07/2012 to 07/08/2012
320 Newbury Steet
The Boston Architectural College celebrates a new generation of designers in this exhibition of the work of our 2012 degree program graduates.
On display are Masters' Thesis and Bachelors' Degree Projects by BAC Architecture, Interior Design, and Design Studies graduates. Included is work from the graduates of the BAC's ground-breaking Distance Master of Architecture program, the first fully-accredited degree program of its kind in the United States.
Students at the BAC explore the ethical practice of design; form and function in spatial environments.
Their education is balanced in a curriculum that lets students experience professional practice and academic disciplines of spatial design through laboratory and lecture. The dynamic between intellectual ideas and
experiential practice in the community is the basis for the meaningful, critical design thinking exemplified in this exhibition.
Today, the work of designers directly affects how we will live on and cooperate with our planet in the future. Such explorations at the Boston Architectural College have equipped these students to facilitate drastic changes in design on a global scale.
Our sincere appreciation goes to our professionals in practice who guide our students and who are committed to Academic excellence at the BAC. We make special note of the many design firms who support our students' learning through the Practice component of the BAC's concurrent curriculum.