Posts Tagged ‘Boston Globe’

Hewett Project Featured in Boston Globe

Daniel Hewett (Director, RISD Research) is the director of the URBANFRAME summer program at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, his project was recently featured in an article in the Boston Globe. URBANFRAME is a summer program for high school students based out of the Department of Architecture at MIT. In the project Hewett and his […]

Hansy Better presents at Taubman College

On April 27th Hansy Better (Associate Professor, Architecture) participated as a guest juror and presenter for the 2012 Wallenberg Competition and Awards Symposium hosted by the University of Michigan Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning. You can see the panel presentation on Vimeo: Better was also interviewed by Boston Globe reporter Elizabeth Gehrman on what architects […]

Studio Luz and their Home Sweet Gallery

A townhouse project by Studio Luz, Hansy Better (Associate Professor, Architecture) and Anthony Piermarini (Critic, Architecture) principals, was written up in the Boston Globe on October 3. “It was a requirement that the living, kitchen, and dining spaces flow into one another,” says Piermarini. “There are no walls. This allows for an open gallery look […]

Studio Goodwin Sturges book wins the Boston Globe Horn Book Award

“Pocketful of Posies” by Salley Mavor produced by Studio Goodwin Sturges, Judy Sue Goodwin-Sturges (Professor, Illustration), principal, has been awarded a Boston Globe-Horn Book Award. First presented in 1967, the Boston Globe–Horn Book Awards are among the most prestigious honors in the field of children’s and young adult literature. Winners are selected in three categories: […]