When Anddie Chan-Patera decided to pursue a Master of Interior Architecture degree, and launch a new career in her 50s, it was important for her to choose a school that was a good fit for her life experiences as well as her professional goals.
Yasmine Badawi always had an interest in both painting and engineering, so she chose a degree in architecture because she felt it would be the perfect balance between the two.
Director of Special Projects and faculty member Mark Rukamathu is on a mission to create good designers who are also good practitioners.
A Mobile Makers truck will be seen on the streets of Boston this spring, with BAC staff and students supporting this impactful programming.
HMFH Architects, in partnership with The Boston Architectural College, announced the establishment of the HMFH Scholarship Fund, created to expand academic opportunities for students underrepresented in the architecture and design professions.
Marilyn Swartz-Lloyd, Vice Chair of the BAC Board of Trustees, has been working to make cities better for people “and breaking down glass ceilings” in the process all her life.
The Bobby G. Foster Scholarship is intended to encourage other first generation Black college students from the Boston community to persevere and pursue a career in architecture—a field that has traditionally lacked inclusivity and diversity.
Meg Jabaily is embarking on her BAC education to feed her passion for designing inclusive, sensory-friendly spaces with participation from the community, especially children.
Discover how Molly Boudreau’s love for design led her from the Army to the BAC
Gabriela Lamoureux came to study at the BAC because of her love of art and design. In the process, she learned to define her core values and motivation as a designer.