Arrowstreet Announces New Associates

Arrowstreet is proud to announce the promotion of seven team members to the position of Associate. Congratulations to Sara Garber, Andrea Brue, Stephen Zuber, Katherine Chin, Lee Robert, Cristina DesLoges, and Victoria Wright for this well-deserved honor. Each of these new Associates brings something unique to the Arrowstreet studio, and our work is stronger for their contributions!  

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Arrowstreet Announces New Senior Associates

Arrowstreet is proud to announce the promotion of four team members to the position of Senior Associate. Congratulations to Christine DiLallo, Maneesh Dwivedi, Jordan Zimmermann, and Katy Lillich – their hard work, dedication, and creativity is a big part of what makes Arrowstreet the firm that it is.

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Arrowstreet Designers Selected for ULI Pathways to Inclusion Cohort

Arrowstreet is proud to announce the selection of two designers, Suleman Gajere, AIA and Victoria Wright, to the 2018 cohort of the Urban Land Institute (ULI) Pathways to Inclusion Initiative. The Pathways to Inclusion Initiative is a partnership between the ULI Boston/New England District Council, the Builders of Color Coalition, African American Real Estate Professionals (AAREP) New England, and the…

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Popping By: Design, Retail, and Machine Learning at Hourglass

A late summer storm may have scuttled the stroll, but it couldn’t put a damper on design-centric fun. The most recent edition of Arrowstreet’s walking tour series, scheduled to explore the Fenway area, was rained out, but our team made an evening out of visiting a new concept store and artist studio in the neighborhood. The changing face of urban…

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Arrowstreet Associates Tour ICA

A beautiful warm late-spring evening made the perfect backdrop for Arrowstreet’s annual Associates’ Social Event. This year, we spent an evening in the Boston Seaport District with a visit to the Institute of Contemporary Art (ICA). There, we enjoyed touring the galleries and contemplating the art and installations by Kevin Beasley, Caitlin Keogh, and viewing the show Tangled in the…

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Kicking Off Earth Month 2018

We will be kicking off our annual Arrowstreet Earth Month on Monday, April 2nd. Each year we structure the month to feature staff presentations, tours, vendor fair, guest lectures, and friendly competitions focused on three aspects of building performance; sustainability, resilience, and wellness. It allows us to reflect and share what we’ve done in the past year, learn about new…

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The Arrowstreet Annual Ugly & Savage

‘Twas the night of the Yankee Swap, and all through the firm Not an Architect was working, not even the printers throughout the whole firm The gifts were laid out in the Voodoo Lounge with care In hopes that all the participants would soon be there; The Architects were nestled all snug with a beer, While the ugly sweaters appeared…

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Team Arrowstreet at the 2017 Thompson Island 4K Trail Run

Team Arrowstreet took to the trails as part of the Thompson Island 4K Trail Run to raise money to support the amazing work that’s happening on Thompson Island with kids from the Boston Public Schools. Each year, thousands of middle school students come to Thompson Island for free, hands-on learning and team building. We were fortunate to enjoy some of the beauty…

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Arrowstreet Associates Tour the Custom Tower

Recently the associates of Arrowstreet were treated to a private tour of the Custom Tower in Boston. Led by a Marriott staff member, the tour included talks about the history and architectural details of the tower, the challenges of building the Custom House in 1847, the addition of the tower in 1915, along with visits to the main rotunda, counting…

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Arrowstreet Selected to Renovate the Children’s Room at Thayer Library

Arrowstreet was selected to design the renovation of the Children’s Room at Thayer Public Library in the Town of Braintree. This project blends the firm’s extensive experience in our Learning Environments, Graphic Design, and Interior Design studios. This active space in the library is in need of updating to accommodate growing demands, expanded programming, updated technology, and a flexible environment…

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