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How to Keep the Architect’s Eye on a Changing Future

The following is a piece written by Arrowstreet Associate Victoria Wright for Banker & Tradesman, published on September 8, 2019. It’s no secret that Massachusetts is a national leader in biotech research, with R&D spending topping $71 billion in 2017, according to the industry group PhRMA. For the last five years, my work at Arrowstreet has been primarily focused on…

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Viewing Architecture Through a New Lens–Banker & Tradesman

The following is an interview with Arrowstreet President Amy Korté  AIA for Banker & Tradesman, published on June 2, 2019. As resiliency and mobility issues approach crisis proportions in Greater Boston, Amy Korte is using technology to optimize designs and operations of new developments. Korte was named president of Arrowstreet, the Boston-based architecture firm that she joined in 2008, in…

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Hotels’ Personalized Approach Extends to Data

The following is an article written by Arrowstreet Principal David Bois AIA and was published in Banker & Tradesman on May 26, 2019. Changes and trends in the hotel industry are far-reaching and impacting all aspects of hotel design, development, and operation. Over the past 10 years, hotel chains have been divesting themselves of their real estate portfolios. The “asset-light”…

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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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