We believe that design can provide innovative solutions to contemporary problems facing our world, in particular as it relates to balancing the needs of people, communities, institutions and the environment.
In a world where one size does not fit all, arriving at creative solutions is aided by a Design Process rooted in Research and Collaboration. Our Multi-Disciplinary search for solutions integrates the latest and best thinking about design.Our search for finding the right “Solution” that “Fits” each “Problem” creates surprising, yet satisfying solutions which are deeply connected to people, communities and the environment.
Our process is adaptive to people, place and circumstance.
It is multi-disciplinary, collaborative and iterative – seeking finely tuned solutions to often a-typical design challenges.While each project is different, each project flows through a four step process (Listen, Research, Design and Test).Multi-disciplinary teams are formed as needed , creating integrated design solutions that address multiple design parameters.
Our design process allows us to work at multiple scales (from small to large) and across disciplinary and geographic boundaries.
We work across building types, helping clients that are passionate about their aspirations and projects. Common to all of our design endeavors is the commitment to Service, Design and Quality.
- Master Planning *
- Urban Design
- Suburban Design
- Economic Development *
- Landscape Architecture *
- LEED Accreditation *
- Green Engineering *
- Ecological Engineering *
* Denotes: In collaboration with strategic partners
While regionally based in Boston, we are tethered to a rich (inter)national network allowing our teams to work across different geographies and time-zones.
Aided by advanced digital technologies, we collaboratively arrive at solutions that transfer and integrate innovative concepts and technologies that are both culturally and environmentally appropriate.
We welcome opportunities to work collaboratively with other colleagues and institutions working on a-typical problems across the globe.
- Central America
*Denotes: Academic Research oriented Projects