The 9/11 Memorial Park is envisioned as a contemplative park space for residents and Town visitors. The park is designed to be inviting and easily accessible to all and is intended to become a strong part of the fabric of the Town. Featuring a significant artifact recovered from the World Trade Center in New York City, the space should be engaged on a daily basis to enable visitors to learn, reflect and attempt to understand the events that occurred on September 11, 2001.
This project is a collaboration with the Local Firefighter’s Union and the Town and is currently in Design Development. We are honored to be a part of the project and feel this is some of the most important and challenging design we have encountered.
New Long-Term Care facility at the Chelsea Soldiers' Home
New Field House for Soccer and Lacrosse at Yale
New Elementary School in Shrewsbury
Interim Landscape in the heart of the MIT Campus
New Residence Hall, Merrill Place, at PSU, New Hampshire
Artists for Humanity (AFH) EpiCenter Expansion
with Behnisch Architekten
Transformation of a Vacant Lot in Beacon Hill
Beach House on the south shore of Massachusetts.
New Bedford School Visioning study for front entry improvements
Ecological response to storm battered coastal cottage
Pedestrian courtyard over structure reinvents the office park.
Recently completed Summer 2015
A dance rehearsal space and new theater for the students at Walnut Hill School for the Arts.
Project complete Summer 2016!
9/11 Memorial Park in Southern Massachusetts
Enhancing public identity through sculptural signage.
A sensitive landscape restoration with ecological goals.
A feasibility study exploring re-integration of a defunct Chapel into daily campus life.
E+ Mission Hill Competition Finalist
Urban renewal for Roxbury industrial site.
Lexington commemorates their Sister City with a French inspired park
Boardwalk + Wetland Restoration
Brandeis University Usdan Student Center
Revitilization of residential campus core, UMass Amherst
Exterior design for the University of Baltimore Angelos Law Center
Reinventing the landscape of the Harvard Divinity School.
Sculpting coastal topography