Experience the interdisciplinary nature of architectural design and real estate development in a series of six group visits to visionary and pioneering projects in the current Boston landscape.
WHEN /Wed, Nov 5, 2014
Experience the interdisciplinary nature of architectural design and real estate development in a series of six group visits to visionary and pioneering projects in the current Boston landscape. Speak with investors, developers, occupiers, and designers while drawing on the lenses of finance, design, environmental sustainability, and social studies in order to understand and analyze the innovations that are burgeoning in office typology design and development.
Organized by MDes Real Estate and the Built Environment, this series ties in closely with courses and studios focusing on typological design, urban form, and the evolution of innovation districts. It invites participants to critically examine themes such as:
- Urban design and planning that anticipates change and innovation
- Alternative workplace typologies and strategic solutions
- Spatial design that captures evolving work/life dynamics
Sign up today! Spaces are limited and available on a first-come, first-served basis.
Registration is handled by the departments and is limited to students in the MDes program and the Department of Urban Planning and Design (UPD). Listed by program, registration coordinators are:
- Faculty & MDes students (Real Estate and all other): Matthew Singh (msingh at hyperbina dot com)
- UPD students (MAUD and MUP): Erica George (egeorge at gsd dot harvard dot edu)