Jack Cochran and Carl Koepcke noted for interactive urban installation More »
The Boston Architectural College (BAC) congratulates instructors Jack Cochran and Carl Koepcke for their project MIMMI being named a finalist in the Architizer A+Awards, Architecture + Communication category. The Architizer A+Awards are a global award program to honor the best architecture, spaces, and products.
Designed by Jack and Carl's firm Urbain DRC in partnership with website designer INVIVIA, MIMMI (Minneapolis Interactive Macro-Mood Installation) was an interactive urban installation on display at the Minneapolis Convention Center in the summer of 2013. Read more.
Anupama Kundoo's internationally recognized and award-winning architecture practice started in 1990 and demonstrates a strong focus on material research and experimentation towards an architecture that has low environmental impact and is appropriate to the socio-economic context. Anupama has built extensively in India and has worked, researched, and taught in a range of cultural contexts across the world including TU Berlin, AA School of Architecture London, Parsons New School of Design New York, and University of Queensland Brisbane. She is currently Professor at UCJC Madrid where she is Chair of ‘Affordable Habitat.' She is also the Strauch Visiting Critic at Cornell University.
Obento and Built Space: Japanese Boxed Lunch and Architecture examines the material and social culture of bento boxes and how they inspire architects and designers to think about the potential of emptiness, craft, portability, and sustainability. Using miniature environments that individuals carry with them as a touchstone for good design, we explore formal and experiential principles. We share the story of one manufacturer of bento boxes and the art of making a carefully crafted boxed lunch in relation to the recipient, to the season, and to the maker's intent.
Advanced Master of Architecture Students Design a Proposal for an Urban Arts Center in Cambridge, MA More »
Six BAC Students Exemplify College’s Commitment to Service Learning More »
School of Landscape Architecture’s Submission Entitled "Open Circuit: Traveling Water" Earns Recognition in International Competition More »
The BAC's Practice Department is recognized for "Outstanding Institutional Practice in Student Learning Outcomes" More »
Recognized among colleges and universities nationwide for its collaboration with other institutions of higher education and its larger community More »
The Master of Science in Interior Architecture is a 30-credit post-professional distance master's degree. It is designed for holders of a bachelor's degree in interior design or architecture who wish to pursue further studies in design strategies and the application of design research, or to develop a specialized area of design knowledge through mentored, self-directed study.
The Boston Architectural College (BAC) is an independent spatial design college offering professional and accredited graduate and undergraduate degrees in architecture, interior architecture, landscape architecture, and design studies. The core of the BAC experience is a unique learning model where design education happens in the classroom and in the professional workplace simultaneously. Students work in some 300 design firms while attending their classes and studios onsite or online, earning credit and gaining experience in both settings.
Founded in 1889 as a club for practicing architects, the BAC has remained closely tied to Boston's professional design community throughout its history. Students are taught, mentored, and advised by over 400 practicing professionals, strengthening the connection between workplace experience and classroom learning. BAC graduates are accomplished designers with impressive resumes, portfolios, and professional networks.
The Boston Architectural College is at the forefront of educating socially conscious designers who are invested in building sustainable urban neighborhoods. Join us for an extraordinary evening celebrating the work of the BAC and its community, in support of our vision of designing a sustainable future. This lively reception-style event will focus on the wide theme of urban sustainability and what that means for our community and the future of design practices.
Design & Citizenship More »