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Meet us in Texas!

A few weeks ago, a group of Arrowstreeters set off to Waco and Austin, Texas on a brand research mission. Arrowstreet Principals Sean Selby and Lauren Haggerty, along with architect Edbert Cheng, visited the world-famous Magnolia Market at the Silos and YETI Flagship Store in Austin. They were particularly intrigued by how these retail environments contrasted with those we typically…

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Tora Coursey and Michelle Spencer at IIDA NE 2022 Emerging Experience Series

Presented by the 2022 class IIDA NE Emerging Leaders Network, the 3rd Annual Emerging Experience Series discuss unique topics to explore the impact or significance of design on that subject. Making Pet Friendly Design Friendly for Everyone Wednesday, December 7, 12:00 – 1:00 PM Arrowstreet Interior Designer, Michelle Spencer, along with 2022 Emerging Leaders class participants will explore how designing…

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Arrowstreet Collaboration with Boston Public Library: Special Collections Reopened

The Boston Public Library reopened its special collections department of rare books and other historic items on Tuesday after the completion of a $15.7 million renovation project, city officials said. Arrowstreet’s Graphic Design Studio was engaged in the project to develop the collections signage. Read about it here.

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Arrowstreet ranked #82 on ENR’s 2022 Green Markets Lists

Arrowstreet is proud to share that we have once again placed on Engineering News-Record’s Top 100 Green Design Firms— coming in at #82! At Arrowstreet, sustainable building practices and green design are incorporated into all our projects. This commitment can be seen throughout our portfolio, having designed such projects as the first net zero and LEED v4 Platinum school in…

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Amy Korte judges the 2022 REEX Jumpstart National Competition

This past weekend, Arrowstreet’s president, Amy Korté, was a judge at the 2022 REEX Jumpstart National Competition. The REEX Jumpstart Scholars in Commercial Real Estate focused on developing a pipeline of diverse high school students by providing exposure to the CRE Industry. Hosted by the Real Estate Executive Counsel (REEC), finalists from Howard University and New York University competed on…

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Hildreth Elementary School receives First Award for Signages Design in GADA 2022

We are thrilled to announce that the Hildreth Elementary School has been awarded the First Award for Signage Design (Built) in the Rethinking the Future Global Architecture & Design Awards, a leading organization committed to providing an international platform and celebrates and shares the knowledge that created through a plethora of academic dialogues in the field of architecture and design….

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Arrowstreet Associates set sail for Boston Architecture Tour

A beautiful early summer morning set the stage for this year’s Associates’ Social Event, as the group of Arrowstreet associates boarded a riverboat for their Charles River Architecture Cruise. The two-hour cruise began by sailing through the Charles River dam locks, under Zakim Bridge, and into Boston Harbor for a view of the Boston skyline from the water. The tour-guide…

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Sallyann Thomas Farnum and Valerie Warren at 2022 ICFF + WantedDesign

Arrowstreet Interior Design Director, Sallyann Thomas Farnum and Interior Designer, Valerie Warren attended the 2022 International Contemporary Furniture Fair (ICFF)+ WantedDesign Manhattan at Javits Center, New York City from May 15 – 17, 2022. The ICFF + WantedDesign Manhattan is the premiere destination to discover the best international contemporary design. The invigorating three day show celebrates sustainability, young designers, and exhibitions…

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Setting the stage for TEDxBoston Epic Strides

Following the previous successful event, Arrowstreet once again partnered with TEDxBoston for the design service of the May event, the Epic Strides. We are honored to have worked with TEDxBoston on this opportunity which marked the 50 years of Title IX and celebrated the stories of successes of women athlete speakers. Our design team understood that the stage design would…

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Women In Architecture: Progress, Pitfalls, And New Leadership In Boston

Architecture has a long history of being a male dominated field, and as of 2020, only 17 percent of registered architects were women according to the AIA. In celebration of Women’s History Month, BSA reached out to some of the most remarkable women who are leading Boston’s top design firms, and among them is Arrowstreet Principal, Amy Korte. Through a…

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