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Maryann Thompson Architects
International School of Boston


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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Stanton Williams
Sainsbury Laboratory


The Sainsbury Laboratory, an 11,000 sq.m. plant science research centre set in the University of Cambridge’s Botanic Garden, brings together world-leading scientists in a working environment of the highest quality. The design reconciles complex scientific requirements with the need for a work of architecture that also responds to its landscape setting and provides a collegial, […]


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World Architecture Festival
2011 Winners announced – Day One


Twelve buildings from around the world have today been announced as winners on the first day of the World Architectural Festival (WAF) Awards 2011. The presentation of the WAF Awards is taking place during the largest global celebration of architecture – the World Architecture Festival, which is being  held in Barcelona (CCIB) this week. Speaking […]


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Ehrlich Architects
675 West Kendall Street Biotech Research Laboratory


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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Belsize Architects
Gonville & Caius Boathouse


This invited competition design for Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge, is for a new boathouse incorporating student accommodation to replace the existing boathouse. The overall concept for the new layout is derived from studies of traditional boathouse models and while the design has been developed in vernacular language, it has been interpreted in a contemporary […]


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