2022 winner of the AIA Young Architects Award, Carolyn Day, M.Arch'08, was attracted to the BAC because its educational model would support her studies while simultaneously allowing her to take on increasing responsibility at work.
To say that Ines Latorre, M.Arch'24, is busy is an understatement—but she thrives on the wavelength of determination and hustle. The founder and principal of Latorre Architecture decided to go back to school in 2020 to get her Master of Architecture at the BAC.
The Boston Architectural College (BAC) is pleased to announce an original international exhibit featuring works by Pritzker Prize winning Indian architect and BAC’s honorary alumnus Balkrishna Doshi, Architecture is Within Us: The Selected Works of Balkrishna Doshi. Doshi is considered one of the leading architects of our time having worked with Le Corbusier and Louis Kahn. As a pioneer of culturally-rooted modernist architecture and urban design, Doshi has contributed to elevating architectural discourse throughout his life's career.
Midway through his degree program at the BAC, Hossein Abdavies, B.Arch'24, chose to enlist in the U.S. Military Reserves. As Veterans Day approaches, Hossein urges everyone at the BAC to take time to thank someone who has served in uniform.
After completing her U.S. military contact, Catherine Hale, BLA'25, found the BAC and learned about landscape architecture’s connection to drafting, drawing, and regional horticulture, she decided that the program was the right fit.
To David Wilkins, B.Arch'11, MDS-SD'13, Veterans Day happens 365 days a year. He has dedicated his life to improving the circumstances of other veterans in New England and giving back to their families.
The Chair of the Board of Trustees Judy Nitsch has made an additional six figure gift to the BAC on top of her previous historic bequest in honor of her late husband and BAC alumnus, James "Tony" Magliozzi, B.Arch ’62.
Lindsay Hummer joins the BAC as its new vice president of institutional advancement at a critical time to steward and guide its global community toward achieving the vision set forth in the BAC to the Future Strategic Plan.
Bernie is a force— one of the most longstanding, impactful, and recognizable alumni the BAC community has known. But his genuine humility is most admirable.
Students are accelerating their careers through The Integrated Path to Architectural Licensure (IPAL) program—allowing them to jump directly from graduation to work as a licensed architect. BAC alum Karen Wenschhof, M.Arch’21 Online, share her IPAL stories.