HOME Features Emily Grandstaff-Rice

German Magazine HOME, an international design publication, recently profiled Boston thought leaders for their March 2016 issue’s Boston City Guide. Arrowstreet’s Emily Grandstaff-Rice was one of those interviewed. Below is a translation.   The Architect – Emily Grandstaff-Rice Educating and inspiring the next generation is important to Emily Grandstaff-Rice. After all, it was an architect-led sketching trip in high school…

Arrowstreet’s Graphics on Chronicle

Arrowstreet’s graphics and wayfinding work at the Boston Public Library (BPL) was featured on Chronicle this week. The episode also gave a sneak peak of some of our upcoming work in the Johnson building of the BPL. Check back soon to see more.

A Waterfront Vision for Lynn

This week, Arrowstreet’s Amy Korte and David Bois presented plans to the city of Lynn for a primarily residential development to be located on the Lynnway near North Shore Community College on a site that has been vacant for 30 years. The waterfront housing will consist of 348 one-and-two bedroom apartments, and some retail components. Construction is expected to begin in…


Governor Baker on the Steps of Brooke Charter

Last Thursday, Governor Baker spoke at the Brooke Charter School, proposing legislation that would allow more charter schools to open statewide. Arrowstreet designed the new location for the Brooke school and it opened last year; they were able to move to the new Mattapan location to accommodate their growing and academically rigorous program to accommodate students in grades K-8. You…