Massachusetts State Senator Barry Finegold, The Massachusetts School Building Authority, Students, Staff and Project Partners celebrated the competition of the new Center Elementary School with a Ribbon Cutting Ceremony.
The American School Foundation of Guadalajara High School and the Lewis Dance Building at Interlochen Center for the Arts received Honor Awards, while Northfield Mount Hermon’s Gilder Center received a Citation.
Community members of Ashland, MA celebrated the Topping Off Ceremony of the new net-zero David Mindess Elementary School. Massachusetts Senate President Karen Spilka, Representative Jack Lewis, The MSBA, and many more came out to commemorate the final beam being placed.
“Founded in 1993 and incorporated as a non-profit charitable organization in 1995, Cotuit Center for the Arts has grown into an award-winning and dynamic arts and cultural hub serving Cape Cod, Southeastern Massachusetts, and beyond.”
Bartlett High in Webster is meeting the town’s high educational goals through building renovation, that not only preserves a beloved school building, but saves money while advancing the goal of confronting climate change through sustainable building practices.
The Lili‘uokalani Center, a Hawaiian Youth Center, is being designed by Flansburgh Architects. The building will benefit Native Hawaiian youth with a renovated space that will serve up to 300 children at a time.
Boston, MA – Lauren Barnes, Architectural Designer at Flansburgh, has earned the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Green Associate credential, placing her as a leading professional in the green building industry.
Eastham, MA - Originally designed in 1972 by The Architects Collaborative (TAC), Nauset Regional High school is a modernist, campus-style school that embraces the landscape of the Cape Cod National Seashore, with buildings grounded in the gently rolling topography.
The New York Times and the Berkshire Eagle has featured Jacob’s Pillow dance center located in Becket, MA. Jacob’s Pillow, known as the “hub” of dance, has announced they will hold in-person performances starting this summer.
Founded in 1928, Interlochen Center for the Arts (ICA), sits on its scenic Michigan campus. Inspired by generations of artists, students study music, theatre, visual arts, film, creative writing and dance.
Tewksbury Elementary School celebrates a “Topping Off” ceremony. In building construction, the last steel beam placed is seen as a major milestone and this long-standing tradition of steel workers commemorates the completion of a building’s structure.
After winning a new Master Plan for the American Embassy School in New Delhi, Flansburgh is challenged with creating a healthy learning environment, replacing the school's aging infrastructure and providing additional, innovative spaces for more students.
After Flansburgh’s successful design of the Perles Family Studio, Jacob’s Pillow selected the Flansburgh team for its next major project, the renovation and expansion of the historic Ted Shawn Theatre.
Partnering with the Nemetschek Group, Flansburgh Architects leveraged Open BIM to achieve the Leadership in Energy and Environment (LEED) Gold certification on the Holbrook Middle-High School building.
Systemic racism exists in our country and George Floyd’s tragic death reminds us that more must be done to fight discrimination. In the field of architecture, African Americans make up only 4% of registered architects.
The U.S. Green Building Council has announced that the Bourne Intermediate School is officially LEED Silver certified. LEED Certification identifies buildings that demonstrate sustainability in the architecture industry.
Architectural Record released an article about the new best practices for working from home. The article, “Architects Share Best Practices for Working from Home”, by David Sokol dives into the pros and cons of working remotely.
Hundreds of architects will be coming together to celebrate the BSA Awards Gala in Boston. On January 23rd, Flansburgh will be honored with 4 awards in the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston’s Morris Auditorium.
The Metropolis Magazine has written a story highlighting the sustainability features of the American International School of Zagreb, designed by the Boston based architecture firm, Flansburgh Architects.
Climate Week, hosted in NYC, is where people come together to showcase climate action and converse about how to do more to save our Earth. Flansburgh has taken action and pledged to the AIA 2030 Commitment.
Upon the recent completion of Flansburgh's master plan for the organization, the Cotuit Center for the Arts launched a campaign to fundraise an initial $17 million for its $38 million campus expansion project.
As part of the Learning Tours program organized by the Association for Learning Environments (A4LE) for its annual Northeast Regional Conference, Flansburgh Vice President Kent Kovacs presented the Holbrook project.
At the 2019 Learning By Design Conference, Flansburgh President David Croteau, AIA, shared with participants his experience from designing the learning environment for the new American International School of Zagreb campus.
The consolidated campus for J.F.K. Elementary School and Holbrook Middle High School was recently certified LEED Gold by the U.S. Green Building Council for Flansburgh's leadership in energy and environmental design.