Tag: LAB / Life. Science. Architecture

Mayor Walsh Honors Winners of Boston Living with Water Competition

Mayor Walsh Honors Winners of Boston Living with Water Competition

| June 9, 2015 | 0 Comments

Boston – The Boston Living with Water, an open international design competition launched in October 29, 2014, drew to a close on Monday, June 8 during a reception at BSA Space, Boston’s leading center for architecture and design. The competition sought design solutions envisioning a beautiful, vibrant, and resilient Boston that is prepared for end-of-the-century […]

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Picture This! Social Media and Visual Communication

Picture This! Social Media and Visual Communication

| February 24, 2015 | 0 Comments

by Stephanie Goldberg Instagram, Facebook, Pinterest. As the critic Andrea Lange noted in her article in De Zeen (“It’s easy to make fun of Bjarke Ingels on Instagram,” January 7, 2014), architects too often use the platform of social media to promote themselves, their work, and the image of how they would like to be […]

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CEO in a Cube

CEO in a Cube

| October 17, 2014 | 0 Comments

by Mark S. Reed Like other industries, many life sciences companies are shifting away from traditional office structures and implementing open office designs. Having worked with three companies recently that have taken this approach leads us to ask, “What does it mean to have your CEO sitting in a workstation just like everyone else, and […]

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Designing by Committee – Working with academic teams in designing successful renovations

Designing by Committee – Working with academic teams in designing successful renovations

| August 23, 2014 | 0 Comments

by Stephanie Goldberg Working with advisory groups is an essential component of designing in an academic environment.  Not all committees are the same; different schools and even different renovations within a given department may have vastly divergent approaches to faculty involvement.  The key to a successful renovation within these contexts is to be able to approach […]

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Second Chances: Designing for Expansion

Second Chances: Designing for Expansion

| May 23, 2014 | 0 Comments

by Stephanie Goldberg The opportunity to expand a project one has already completed, to be able to design for the same client again, is one that does not along come every day. We at Lab have been fortunate to have two projects that fit this category. With the second round, we find ourselves and our […]

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Bluebird Bio Finds a New Nest

Bluebird Bio Finds a New Nest

| January 29, 2014 | 0 Comments

by Mark Reed Bluebird Bio, a Cambridge-based biotech company devoted to “transforming the lives of patients with severe genetic and orphan diseases”, recently celebrated the grand opening of its new 41,000sf R&D headquarters at 150 Second Street in Cambridge. The new labs and offices are designed to support the mission of “developing next generation products based on the transformative […]

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