Emily Grandstaff-Rice is a Panelist at TORCH Panel 4 – Equity Redux: Changemakers

Emily Grandstaff-Rice, FAIA, 2023 AIA National President-elect, Senior Associate at Arrowstreet will be a panelist at AIA New York TORCH Panel 4 – Equity Redux: Changemakers on September 14, 2021, at 6:00 pm. Join Emily and the TORCH Mentorship Program as they spotlight changemakers reshaping the profession and leading conversations around diversity, equity, and justice at both the grassroots and…

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Scott Pollack Speaks at 2021 AIA Project Delivery Symposium

Principal Scott Pollack will be speaking at the 2021 AIA Project Delivery Symposium: Delivering the Future on March 8th-9th. Project Delivery Knowledge Community The increasing demand for successful project outcomes continues to drive the design and construction industry toward innovations in project delivery. Recent strategies such as virtual design and construction, modular and pre-fab applications, and the continued evolution of…

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Amy Korté Speaks on NEREJ Panel “Women Breaking Barriers in Diversification”

Arrowstreet President Amy Korté will be joining a virtual panel discussion on September 15th with fellow female thought-leaders in the real estate industry to discuss and share their experiences on how they’ve broken down barriers in diversification. To learn more and to register, click here.

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WiD Storytelling for Design: Origin Stories

Arrowstreet Senior Associate Jessica Bessette AIA will be a panelist at the Women in Design Storytelling for Design: Origin Stories event on May 29, 2019. The Women In Design Professional Development Committee is hosting a three-part series of events on “Storytelling for Design,” looking at three different aspects of how crafting impactful stories can help better convey who we are…

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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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Join Kate Bubriski at BSA COTE

Don’t miss out on Kate Bubriski‘s presentation at the Boston Society of Architect’s (BSA) on Occupant Engagement in Getting to Zero. Occupant Engagement In Getting to Zero As the architecture and engineering industry continues to focus on improving the energy performance of buildings, it’s clear that some energy saving measures are outside the designer’s control. Occupants play a significant role…

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Join Arrowstreet at CERAWEEK 2019

Principal Amy Korté AIA will be speaking at the 2019 CERAWeek Agora Pod on Designing Cities as Dynamic Systems and Interfaces: There are 5 major technology shifts that will fundamentally change how we design, build and live in cities: Autonomous Vehicles, Mass Customization, Carbon Capture, Big Data and Mixed Reality (VR/AR). Join Amy Korté, President of Arrowstreet Architecture and Design, as she…

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Scott Pollack Speaking at Entertainment Experience Evolution 2019

Arrowstreet Principal Scott Pollack will be speaking at the 5th Annual Entertainment Experience Evolution in Beverly Hills, CA on February 12-13, 2019. He will be leading a Breakfast Networking Roundtable on “Curating Convergence: How to Design the Blurring of Live/Work/Play” on Wednesday, February 13th from 7:30-8:25 am. He will also be participating in a panel entitled “Old Formats To New Formats: What…

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AR in Action Industry Summit

Principal Amy Korté, along with Kat Schneider, Kachina Studer, Tyler Shannon, and Vivian Wu, will be speaking at AR in Action’s 2019 Industry Summit on January 14 at the MIT Media Lab. This event will include some of the top minds in Augmented Reality, with open collaboration, sharing insights, and networking! Learn more and register here: http://arinaction.org/industry-summit-2019/

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Amy Korté Presenting at Designing Climate Resilience Forum

Join Arrowstreet Principal Amy Korté AIA for a forum exploring the impact of climate resilient implementation measures on the public realm. This is the second of two forums presented by the BSA, BSA Foundation and the Boston Green Ribbon Commission. At the first forum the City of Boston presented its plans to make every vulnerable neighborhood more resilient to increased…

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