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Interview with Ai Kurokawa, LEED AP – Senior Associate
Ai is a project manager at Steffian Bradley Architects (SBA) based in our Boston office. She sat down with us to talk about her experiences as a woman in architecture.
Interview with Teresa Wilson, AIA, LEED AP - Principal
Teresa is an architect and a Principal at Steffian Bradley Architects (SBA) based in our Boston office. She sat down with us to talk about her experiences as a woman in architecture.
A Conversation with Nicole Ward
Nicole is an interior designer working in our Boston Office. She recently sat down with us to talk about her experiences as a woman in the design industry.
Kirsten is a Stockholder at Steffian Bradley Architects and is the Managing Principal of SBA’s Connecticut Office. She sat down with us to talk about her experiences as a women in architecture.
SBA London proudly completed the Vertical Rush Challenge at Tower 42 in aid of Shelter UK.
If you are a fan of blogs and you happen to be in the AEC industry, you've probably heard of the blog "Coffee with an Architect." Last year, "Coffee with an Architect" saved some of us by posting these funny
Steffian Bradley Architects has employed BIM (Autodesk Revit) as our primary design and production tool for all of our projects since 2007. BIM creates a digital representation of the physical and functional characteristics of a building in a virtual environment.
Last week Boston secured its bid to represent the US as a contending host city for the 2024 summer Olympic games. The possibility poses great potential opportunities for the city of Boston, but not without significant draw backs.
Have you ever thought that the traditional architect’s office might all but disappear?
The Italian architect Renzo Piano says “You cannot be an architect until you are 50 years old.” He is referring to the number of mistakes, mediocre design solutions and errors in judgment that must be made along the road to competence, and eventually expertise.
On Thanksgiving Day 2014, SBA Interior Designer Mary Witt and friend Brendan Ross were not simply watching the parade on television—they were guiding the Adventure Time Balloon through the three mile parade route!
rom Hartford to the Himalayas
Post by Joe Sirkovich, AIA, LEED AP BD + C - Principal
Post by Shelley Pass, NCIDQ
The Building Exterior as of October 28th.
Post by Diane Verdi, AIA, LEED AP—Project Manager
SBA Architects & Designers Show Off their Ghosts of Halloween Past & Present!
“The right to bear arms” Tony Miniscalco, AIA, LEED AP, 2012
Post by Ryan Gorscak, AIA, LEED AP—Associate
Post by George Balsley, AIA
Springfield, MA— The day started with donuts. Carpet flew from second story windows, invading brush was chopped down to the roots, and pizza was devoured at the Habitat for Humanity build day on Friday, Oct. 3rd.
Spotlight On! is an #sbablog feature that gives readers a close-up look at SBA’s architects and designers.
Spotlight On! is an #sbablog feature that gives readers a close-up look at SBA’s architects and designers. This month, we are celebrating Academic Design, so we will be featuring three of SBA's Academic Design Specialists.
When designers at SBA set a goal, we work endlessly to make sure those goals are achieved. But how delightful it is when we find out that our products exceed even our own high expectations!