The grand opening of the Phase 1 renovations of the BPL’s Central Library took place on Saturday, February 21st. Arrowstreet Graphic Design served as the signage and environmental graphic consultants to William Rawn Associates. We had so much fun creating the wall graphics in the Children’s Room (including the illustrations that inspired the brownstones built by Mystic Scenic Studios and…
Arrowstreet will be sponsoring the Combined Jewish Philanthropies (CJP) Real Estate, Construction & Design Annual dinner, to be held on February 23rd at the InterContinental Hotel.
Arrowstreet is pleased to add two new LEED Green Associates to our growing roster of sustainably-accredited individuals. We would like to congratulate Nicole Voss and Timea Szabo for recently passing their exams. The title of LEED Green Associate is the first step in showing expertise in current green building principles and practices. In 2009, the US Green Building Council established the LEED…
The Boston Market Council has organized an expert panel that will be presenting about the current and future of market in the Downtown/Financial District area. Our client, Steve Faber of Related Beal, will be discussing the future of Congress Square ( the project that’s across the street from our studio that create strong connections from Faneuil Hall to the Financial District).
As a newly minted co-chair of the Boston chapter of NOMA (National Organization of Minority Architects), I wanted to share that our next upcoming meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, February 10th. NOMA (noma.net) is a minority-based organization, in partnership with the AIA. Our goal is to regain traction for the local chapter and engage a more diverse community of leaders and designers in the profession.
Tonight, join us for a discussion hosted by the Boston Society of Architects on the topic of “Living with Water” (specifically: how climate change and storm surges may affect Boston real estate and what our community can do to mitigate these effects). Included in the panel will be Arrowstreet principal, Amy Korte.
October is one of my favorite months with the feel of the crisp air and sound of leaves crunching under my feet. This October we started off the month at Arrowstreet with a new seasonal sweet treat of pumpkin spice coffee and ended it on Halloween with our annual Pumpkin Carving and Decorating Contest. We had 14 entries this year including a Star Wars Death Star pumpkin, Mr. Pumpkinhead, Cinderella’s Pumpkin Coach, and The Solomon R. Pumpkinheim Museum—just to name a few…
This December, Arrowstreet principal, Sean Selby, will be giving opening remarks at the annual International Council of Shopping Centers RetailGreen Conference & Exposition in Phoenix, AZ. Sean is a committee co-chair of RetailGreen and is honored to be a part of the presentation.
On Wednesday, October 29th several members of the Arrowstreet team headed over to Kendall Square for the 2014 Great Pumpkin Glow. The annual corporate challenge is sponsored in part by our client, BioMed Realty, and benefits the Boys and Girls Clubs of Middlesex County.
The Pumpkin Glow took place in the North Plaza, in the shadow of our newest project for BioMed, 450 Kendall Street, and guests enjoyed pumpkin carving, live music, cocoa, and doughnuts before the winners were announced. Later there was a cocktail reception in the lobby of 675 West Kendall Street, catered by Blue Ribbon BBQ and featuring a 50/50 raffle. We all had a wonderful time and can’t wait to support this wonderful cause again next year.