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  • Tired of going to the same old club every Saturday night? Wanna go out, but you’re completely bored of the same scenery? Well, we know exactly just what you need! We’ve made up this list with 6 of what we consider to be some of the best places in the world to party! Take your […]


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  • The new Science and Technology classroom and laboratory building at the Foote School in New Haven was designed by Maryann Thompson Architects to be a state of the art sustainable facility. The building uses both common sense passive strategies as well as active renewable energy systems to create a building that is a dynamic teaching […]


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The International School of Boston, founded in 1962, is a private Pre-K-12 school that has experienced significant growth in the last 10 years, and is now seeking to consolidate their currently divided campuses of Arlington and Cambridge. In 2011, ISB engaged Maryann Thompson Architects to develop a Master Plan for their Cambridge campus. Shortly after […]


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This project forms part of the urbanization that is taking place in one of the lots left over after the construction of the Ronda de Barcelona, a bypass road, in 1992. A sports centre, a residential development and an old people’s home will all share the same space, creating a public area that will stretch […]


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Ka lamp. Floor Lamp made of Beech wood and elastic cord. Ecological, removable and modular. Ka Lamp is a floor lamp made of beech wood. The use of wood conveys warmth and tradition but also freshness and a very careful design. Using elastic cord attachment system provides the product innovation and distinction. And it is […]


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Located in the heart of a burgeoning biotech community, 675 West Kendall Street is comprised of research laboratories, offices, support spaces, and ground-level retail. A design paradigm was developed to reflect the technologies of the biotech world and relate to the existing architectural fabric of Cambridge. Contemporary materials from Europe—terra cotta panels and channel glass—form […]


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