Is Cuba the Next Emerging Market for American Architects?

Reimagining Main Street Uxbridge in partnership with the Central Massachusetts Regional Planning Commission

Mother & Child Health Post

ECCF Think Lab presentation and facilitation

Food Insecurity Infrastructure Research in Partnership with Proactive Philanthropy

Pandemic effect: Team structure, Canadian Architect

Health Care in the Face of Hurricanes and COVID-19

Maternal Health Prototype

COVID 19 Unit Prototype

School of Architecture Students Study Resilient Infrastructure in Historic Community of Arcahaie

Boston Architectural College Presents Second Semester Findings For Nazzaro Center

Emergency Department Design in Low- and Middle-Income Settings

Local Community Participatory Planning Methodologies As A Catalyst Towards Long Term Urban Resilience In Haiti

Reflections on the Profession: Careers in Impact Design

The Challenges of Designing and Building for Low Resource Settings

Creating Resilient Communities

Architecture in Revolution A Designer’s Journey Across Cuba

BSA Space exhibit charts architectural designer’s trek across Cuba

Boston-based architecture firm Shepley Bulfinch and the Boston Society of Architects’ BSA Space have launched an exhibit of photos by Shepley Bulfinch architectural designer Abby Gordon called Road to Revolution: A 30-Day Journey Across Cuba. Read More »

The divide between design professionals and building users in emerging African cities