Here’s a sneak preview of one of our three exhibition pieces:
Studio G is proud to be included in the Frameworks & Trajectories | Lessons from Design Practice exhibit now featured through April 5th at the McCormick Gallery of the Boston Architectural College. The exhibit highlights local architectural firms who are partners of the school’s Integrated Path to Architectural Licensure (IPAL) program providing opportunities for students working in design offices to achieve architectural licensure upon graduation.
Each firm has designed displays that highlights their firm’s focus and projects. For Studio G, that focus is our “Educate, Engage, + Transform” design approach to each project, elevating the quality and effectiveness of our work. We educate clients about the value of design while they inform us about their mission and needs. We engage multiple communities inside and outside the client organization to realize a rich design echoing the values and experiences of the community. The project transforms the lives of those it touches through original solutions and thoughtful design.
Our display features two recent projects – Taunton WRAP and Y2Y Harvard Square – reflecting our design approach. Utilizing a Trauma Informed Design methodology, these projects created a supportive healing environment bringing dignity and equity to those frequently denied both.
We hope you’ll take some time to stop by or pass this along to someone who may be interested. Click here for more information https://the-bac.edu/experience-the-bac/news-and-events/events/frameworks-and-trajectories