Architecture

Rainer Weiss Thumbnail

2017 Nobel Prize Winner Worked in Lab Designed by SMMA

News

SMMA is excited to announce that one of the 2017 Nobel Laureates in Physics is none other than Rainer Weiss, a professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and former SMMA client. In 1997 SMMA took on a laboratory relocation project for MIT and Weiss's Laser Interferometer Gravitational-...

Keep Reading

Pardek named to Lyceum Fellowship Competition Committee

News

Two months after the release of their 2018 competition program, the Lyceum Fellowship added Michael Pardek, a Senior Associate and Architect at SMMA, to its short list of rotating committee members. During his seven years with the firm, Pardek has worked on a variety of corporate and institutional...

Keep Reading

Kate Jessup, Designer with ALEP

Jessup Earns ALEP Designation

News

Kate Jessup recently earned her Accredited Learning Environments Planner (ALEP) designation, a credential certifying her expertise as an educational facility planner. The ALEP credential was developed by the Association for Learning Environments (A4LE), and distinguishes the individuals who receive...

Keep Reading

Lyceum Competition Announces 2017 Winner

News

The Lyceum Fellowship named Joshua Antolovic of the University of Cincinnati as the winner of its 2017 design competition, co-chaired by Tod Williams and Billie Tsien. His prize includes a $12 thousand grant for four months of travel abroad, affording him the opportunity to experience firsthand...

Keep Reading

Cramer Renovation

Renovations Complete at Cramer

News

Renovations at Cramer, the Norwood-based brand experience agency, recently wrapped up, affording the client the full use of their updated space. At once contemporary and non-traditional, Cramer's modernized home incorporates numerous opportunities for spontaneous and informal meetings, with a focus...

Keep Reading

Babson College Boston Entrepreneur Center

Babson College Cuts Ribbon at Boston Location

News

Babson College recently cut the ribbon at its new Downtown Boston location, ceremonially marking the grand opening of its 9,000-square-foot, SMMA-designed Babson Boston space. Occupying a prime spot in the Financial District, the new, multi-level site serves as an urban extension of the main...

Keep Reading

321 Harrison Avenue Approved by BCDC, BRA

News

Members of Boston's Civic Design Commission and Redevelopment Authority recently voted in unanimous support of SMMA's 321 Harrison Avenue project, marking a critical step forward on the path to construction. The project comprises eight stories of offices atop an existing three-level parking garage...

Keep Reading

SMMA interns, Kelly Papa, Diego Macias, Shuwei Liu, Nicholas Emma, Erin Comeau, Daniel Clasby

Meet the Interns

News

For a few months every year, SMMA affords a select number of students—all aspiring architects and engineers—the opportunity to bring the knowledge and design skills they've acquired throughout their studies to bear on real-world commissions. Our interns gain hands-on studio experience, becoming...

Keep Reading

Lyceum Fellowship

Lyceum Fellowship Names Winners, Publishes Travelogue

News

In 1985, inspired by a lifelong love of travel and a commitment to philanthropy, SMMA founder Jon McKee established the Lyceum Fellowship, a non-profit organization that, in its own words, “seeks to establish a dialogue through design among schools of architecture.” Each year, the Fellowship holds...

Keep Reading

Matthew Rice United States Green Building Council USGBC Building Technology Tech Forum

Rice Participates in USGBC Building Tech Forum

News

SMMA Project Architect Matthew Rice, AIA, LEED AP BD+C, recently participated in the U.S. Green Building Council’s Building Tech Forum, hosted by Greentown Labs in Somerville. Drawing more than 200 design, construction, and real estate professionals from Greater Boston and beyond, the Forum...

Keep Reading

Pages