A two-story glass lobby featuring a thermally advanced curtain wall is the focal point of the Clark Visitor Center in Williamstown, Massachusetts. Designed by Pritzker Prize-winning architect Tadao Ando, the new building is part of the Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute’s 15-year, $145-million expansion.
Located in Boston’s Fenway neighborhood, The Boston Conservatory’s new performance and rehearsal building is celebrating its first anniversary since opening its doors. The specifications required the installation of acoustical equipment in 17 individual practice spaces, two dance studios, multipurpose rooms, and teaching studios
Shawmut Design and Construction blended the best of old-world building practices with advanced technology to restore the second-oldest building on Boston College’s campus. This brief case study examines the two-year renovation of 98-year-old St. Mary’s Hall.
An unglazed, transpired solar air-heating collection (TSAC) system has greatly improved the energy efficiency of a Cambridge, Massachusetts senior housing neighborhood. The Lyndon B. Johnson (LBJ) Apartments benefited from the technology, which integrated aesthetically, seamlessly, and cost-effectively within its architecture.