Public Spaces

A distinctive new addition to Boston’s Seaport District, the boomerang-shaped Pier 4 brings an activated public and unique living experience to the waterfront. Read More

CBT recently completed Watermark East, a new residential tower in Cambridge’s rapidly growing Kendall Square. Read More

The urban design plan links disparate mixed use zones, both physically and programmatically, to create a significant new development. Located in downtown Boston, the 16-acre prime property will be transformed into a vibrant mixed-use neighborhood. Situated between the downtown finance/residential district, the South Boston arts/ convention/residential district, the emerging Broadway mixed-use district, Chinatown, and the South Bay mixed-use districts, the proposed development will link these disparate pieces to release inherent synergies. Harnessing the energy at this intersection will require overcoming several geographic and physical disconnects as well as the potential expansion of South Station. Read More

This high-rise luxury residential building is a highlight to an up-and-coming area in Taiwan. Read More

Taking cues from the original building’s shingle style, the addition combines stucco with wood shingles, seamlessly tying the two buildings together with notes of period details. Read More

Designed for international and U.S. travelers alike, the intention was to embrace the strong connection between the hotel’s historical location in Lafayette Square and Paris. The design firm’s concept for the Sofitel Washington, D.C. exudes elegance, taking inspiration from the history and iconic designs of Paris and Washington, D.C., combining and celebrating both cultures. Featuring a cosmopolitan allure, the Art Deco -inspired architecture is artfully blended with French-inspired contemporary interiors, the bijou of luxury hospitality. Read More

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