Boston University’s new Center for Computing & Data Sciences is a 32,050-m2 (345,000-sf), 19-story vertical building, designed in a stacked format, enveloped with patterned glazing, rising over the banks of the Charles River, dramatically re-shaping Boston’s skyline.
The Hurley Building, part of the Boston Government Services Center (BGSC), is to receive a transformation into a mixed-use development, to revive the unfinished and neglected brutalist structure and improve neighborhood connections in the 2.2-ha (5.5-acre) Downtown Boston site.
This case study explores the unique solutions employed for a unitized curtain wall facade at the Raffles Boston Back Bay Hotel & Residences, a new 35-story tower nearing completion in Boston’s urban core., and located on a prominent corner site with a complex set of environmental and contextual conditions.
Arcadis IBI Group, as landscape architect/environmental planner, has completed a multi-year restoration and repair project for the Christian Science Plaza, one of Boston’s most iconic urban landscapes, with a sustainable rebuild of its key feature, the Reflecting Pool, enhancements to the public open space, and other improvements for environmental sustainability.
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