On Saturday, May 18, 2013, we celebrated what it means to be a member of the design community at the Boston Architectural College with an end of the school year celebration. The theme of the evening was based on the Pantone Color of the Year: Emerald.
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The Boston Architectural College was pleased to host Change City: Design for Health, a forum to exchange ideas and prioritize issues of wellness in the design of our cities, buildings, interiors and products, on Friday, June 14 in the College's 951 Boylston Street building.
Nearly forty experts within the fields of design and health attended Change City, engaging in an active, interactive exchange of ideas to identify, explore and re-define the role of the built environment in the health and well-being of the people who use places and objects created by architects, interior designers and landscape architects...more
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"Take risks, travel far to serve the design professions. Be honest, humble, compassionate leaders; continue on path to sustainability that will reduce dependence on foreign energy supplies; design, construct and operate buildings to assist other cultures to use advanced building codes; work to support preservation movement. Be part of the solution."
-Commencement speaker Stephen T. Ayers, FAIA, LEED AP, the Architect of the Capitol
Photo by: Sam Rosenholtz
The Boston Architectural College is pleased to announce the induction of Alumni, Overseer and Faculty Member Felice Silverman as the International Interior Design Association (IIDA) President for the 2013-2014 term. More »
BAC shapes conversation on the future of Health and Wellness Design education More »
The BAC Announces Commencement Speaker and Honorary Degree Recipients More »
This exhibition celebrates a new generation of designers. Featured is the work of the Boston Architectural College 2013 graduates from the Schools of Architecture, Interior Design, Landscape Architecture, and Design Studies - including the first graduates of the BAC's groundbreaking program in the Distance Master of Design Studies and the first graduates in the Master of Landscape Architecture program.
Image left: Common Dining Room.
Project by: Stephanie Kay Welch. M.Arch Graduate, Thesis: Mind of the Eye: Stimulating healing through contrasting duality of physical space. The design of a Wounded Warrior Rehab Center in Okinawa Japan.
Take advantage of the opportunity to Join us June 30th and earn 4 HSW CEU’s. More »
Hosted by the Boston Society of Architects and the Boston Architectural College. More »
A Memorial Program and Reception to honor and remember our Colleague, Mentor, Friend and Champion Elsie M. Hurst. More »
The BAC conducts monthly Information Sessions for prospective students interested in our onsite degree programs. More »