A founding partner of the venerable firm Pei Cobb Freed & Partners, Cobb has built extensively, nowhere more than in his native Boston.
The two firms are designing a new space that aims to foster cross-disciplinary work among the GSD's many programs and Harvard at large.
On view at the BSA Space in Boston, NatureStructure features a bridge that doubles as bat habitat, plans for 3D-printed reefs, a floodwater-absorbing parking lot, and more.
Designed by Hacin + Associates, the new office enables collaboration between its teams while plugging into Boston’s burgeoning start-up and tech scene.
For two years, the firm worked with 171 employees from its client Publicis Groupe to develop a design for this 225,000-square-foot office in Boston.
Four large installations include CNC-milled wood, a vinyl-sided "forest," an aluminum mesh canopy, and more.
A finalist for the 2017 Rudy Bruner Award, the Bruce C. Bolling Municipal Building integrates a public school headquarters, neighborhood retail, and transit into a new community hub.
For decades, the Boston Redevelopment Authority had a reputation for thoughtless, corrupt development. With a new name and redesign, has it really changed?
Boston Children’s Hospital will soon replace its beloved Prouty Garden with a rooftop greenspace roughly one-third its size—but will this new space truly be the haven patients deserve?
We interview Nigel Jacob, the co-chair of an initiative that is injecting design thinking into Boston’s city government.
District Hall is the first building of its kind: a civic center at the heart of an innovation hub.
Using recycled materials from the Big Dig, Single Speed Design creates a house of monumental proportions.