// arthitectural / Massachusetts

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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Maryann Thompson Architects
Pamet Harbor House


This 3000 SF home sits on a hill surrounded by native meadow shrubs, grasses and conifers. The design scheme takes advantage of southern exposure by opening all the living spaces to southern decks. These exterior spaces are protected by overhangs, mahogany louvers and galvanized steel trellises, which create a layered presence on the sloped site […]


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Sasaki Associates
Innosight


When Innosight, a global strategy and innovation consulting firm, decided to move their headquarters from Watertown to Lexington, Massachusetts, they sought to transform their physical image. Innosight wanted to convey their establishment as a worldwide leader and distinguish themselves from the competition with a sophisticated look and feel. They needed flexible space in order to […]


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Resolution: 4 Architecture
Cape House


Located in a residential neighborhood in Cape Cod, this home is the perfect getaway for a family of four wanting to escape the city life of Boston. The four module home was set on an existing 50’ x 30’ foundation to utilize the existing structure, expedite the construction process, retrofit a new home and upgrade […]


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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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