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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Neon: Past, Present and Future

A unique glow emerged on the American landscape in 1923 with the unveiling of the first neon signs and quickly spread across the country as sign manufacturers and popular culture embraced the new phenomenon. However, starting in the 1970s that glow began to fade as other signage medium took its place. That trend continues today as businesses are more likely…

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Innovative Techniques Appear on Congress Square

Architects Push the Limits of Old Materials in New Construction Featured in Banker & Tradesman | April, 15, 2018 A few years ago, during my time as an associate at an architectural, urban planning and engineering firm, I was the lead technical designer on Poly International Plaza (Poly) in Beijing, China. The client wanted an iconic building, something that people…

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