Arrowstreet Associates Tour the Nichols House

A perfect Boston summer evening set the stage as the Associates of Arrowstreet walked through the charming streets of Beacon Hill on their way to 55 Mount Vernon Street, home of the Nichols House Museum and the site of this year’s Associates’ social event. Once there, the Associates met Laura Cunningham, programs and collections coordinator for the Museum, who escorted…

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AWE USA 2019

President Amy Korté AIA will be discussing the implementation of immersive design practice with Kachina Studer: Product Developer + UX Strategist and Kat Schneider: Architectural Designer at this year’s AWE Conference in Santa Clara, CA. The conversation will examine the firms bold investment in the architectural practice, how we are planning for future cities, and take a deep dive into…

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Military Planning Publications List

Operating in a Persistent Pandemic Environment Arrowstreet—Using data, machine-learning, and an understanding of the Fleet Marine’s on-base job(s) to, in the face of unknown disruptions, enable leadership to make critical workplace and facility decisions to improve resilience on USMC installations. A Marine/Task Centric Approach to Determine Planning Requirements for the Base of the Future Arrowstreet, Quanterion, CHM, 3rd Horizon —A…

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Arrowstreet Visits Allseating

Arrowstreet Interiors had the opportunity to visit Allseating’s 150,000 square foot facility and showroom right outside of Toronto with Ritz Associates. As the name suggests, Allseating is a furniture group focused on creating a wide variety of ergonomic seating options. The team had the opportunity to tour the showroom and see new prototypes. The designers provided productive feedback and some…

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Join Arrowstreet and BSLA for “Mixed Reality for Climate Change”

On December 5, from 5:30-7:00pm, Arrowstreet will hosting the BSLA Tech Committee event “Mixed Reality for Climate Change” and will be presenting on the power of mixed reality in visualizing and preparing for the impacts of climate change. Demonstrating and educating designers, planners, clients, and the public about climate change can be difficult. This is especially true with static 2D…

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Boston Volvo Village Opens in Allston, MA

Working in collaboration with The Ciccolo Group, the Arrowstreet team reimagined the original 72,000 square foot home of International Harvester Farm Equipment, an industrial building that was built in 1924, to create a mixed-use, two story development with office and cafe space as well as a showroom concept that represents the future for urban car dealerships on limited land. 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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Bob Lowe Presents at Boston V-Ray Architecture Day

V-Ray Architecture Day Boston will kick off this year’s event with V-Ray Next demonstrations, a special session on V-Ray’s ray-tracing power directly in Unreal, guest keynotes, and a panel discussion on the latest challenges for visualization in AEC. June 11, 5:00 PM – 8:30 PM, Boston Society of Architects/AIA, 290 Congress Street, Suite 200 Boston, MA 02210 Learn more and…

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Topping Off Ceremony for King Open/Cambridge Street Upper Schools

Arrowstreet’s design team was excited to participate in the Topping Off Ceremony of the King Open/Cambridge Street Upper Schools & Community Complex project, marking a major milestone. A topping off ceremony is a traditional symbol of good luck and progress of the construction process. For the King Open project it is also a symbol of Cambridge’s commitment to education. This…

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Parcel K Groundbreaking

Join Arrowstreet as we celebrate the groundbreaking of our Parcel K project. Arrowstreet is the master planner and architect for this vibrant, 500,000 SF waterfront development in Boston’s Innovation District.

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