Ayers Saint Gross is the first-ever Just organization of the year, based on our efforts to manifest social equity in our actions, with significant inclusion and engagement results.
The COTE Top Ten highlights projects that meet the AIA COTE’s rigorous criteria for social, economic, and ecological value.
As colleges navigate difficult financial straits, many predict more public-private partnerships and renovations instead of new construction.
The new medical school has ambitious plans to transform the local economy, health care innovation, and become an iconic part of the skyline.
The Archinect staff scoured Pinterest to find their current favorite libraries and reading spaces.
The MSA selected the three firms to design new facilities for two existing race courses: Pimlico and Laurel Park.
Clark will partner with an all-star design combination of Ayers Saint Gross and Robert A. M. Stern Architects to build the facility.
Construction has begun on a 165,600-square-foot lab building at Arsenal Yards in Watertown, a mixed-use project by Boylston Properties to revamp the former Arsenal Mall.
The Cortex Innovation Community is a vibrant, 200-acre hub of business, innovation, and technology integrated into St. Louis’ historic Central West End and Forest Park Southeast neighborhoods.
Quinnipiac University announced its 10-year master facilities plan, which aims to bring changes to residence halls and academic buildings, create open spaces, and connect the three campuses.
Whittle-Johnson Hall and Pyon-Chen Hall are being named for students who helped diversify the university’s student body.