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Höweler + Yoon to design BSA headquarters
The design introduces a 'cloud' ceiling that capitalizes on the viewing angles between the sidewalk and the second floor, to create a highly visible signature feature that doubles as gallery ceiling and supergraphic signage.
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The design introduces a 'cloud' ceiling that capitalizes on the viewing angles between the sidewalk and the second floor, to create a highly visible signature feature that doubles as gallery ceiling and supergraphic signage.
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Image courtesy of Howler + Yoon Architecture LLP

Associate Professor Meejin Yoon and her partner Eric Höweler have won an open competition to design a new headquarters for the Boston Society of Architects on Boston’s waterfront.

The new home at Atlantic Wharf will include more than 15,000 square feet of office, exhibition and meeting spaces, nearly triple the institution’s current location, creating significant opportunities for the BSA to expand its reach and find new ways to engage the public.

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