Archive for 2013

A Memorial to the Massachusetts Fallen Heroes

In the years since the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, Massachusetts has lost 178 men and women serving abroad in the Armed Services. In…

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David Hacin in Discussion with Northeastern University School of Architecture’s George Thrush

David Hacin was recently invited to speak in front of Northeastern University’s newest crop of design and arts students. The lecture, a part of a…

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Bentley University President Wants Students to Learn Both Business and Liberal Arts

Photo copyright Parker Eshelman/The Wall Street Journal Bentley University President Gloria Larson, a client and long-time friend of H+A, spoke with the Wall Street Journal…

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District Hall Honored at BostInno’s 50 on Fire

We are proud to announce that District Hall has been named to BostInno’s 50 on Fire. Designed by our very own David Hacin, Scott Thomson,…

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2013 Brickbottom Artists Association Open Studios

Brickbottom Artists Association in Somerville, home of H+A architect (and sometimes painter) Russell Higgins, will host its annual Open Studios this weekend from noon –…

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Boston Children’s Chorus to Receive National Youth Arts Award

We are pleased to announce this morning that the Boston Children’s Chorus, our neighbors here at 112 Shawmut, will be one of 12 recipients of…

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H+A and Utile Intern Designers Awarded Second Prize in ReGEN Boston Competition

The results of the BSA Emerging Professionals Network reGEN Boston Housing Competition were announced yesterday and taking second place honors were Elizabeth Dame, co-op intern…

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Landscape Architects Gather in Seaport

The American Society of Landscape Architects and its more than 6,000 landscape architecture professionals and students will gather in Boston’s Seaport District for the ASLA…

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District Hall is on fire!

The nominations are in! BostInno has been on a roll this week, announcing this year’s finalists for their annual 50 on Fire, recognizing Boston’s forward-thinking…

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District Hall as it was designed to be

This is what District Hall was designed to be. Not a stodgy board room for men in suits or a quiet office of endless cubicles,…

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