ADAMS WINS SARANY DESIGN AWARD OF HONOR

Posted on July 17th, 2019 by Dara Lin

Posted under: _Adams Branch Library, Awards

The Adams Street Branch Library has won a Design Award of Honor in the Unbuilt and Theoretical Projects category. Find it in the SARANY 2019 Journal HERE!

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ARTHUR SPEAKING AT PERSPECTIVE USA SYMPOSIUM

Posted on July 16th, 2019 by Dara Lin

Posted under: Lectures

This Thursday, July 18th, Arthur will speak on the material and fabrication methodologies of the new RISD residence hall at the sixth annual Perspective USA forum, hosted in New York by international magazine THE PLAN. Find more information about the program HERE, and register HERE.

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DANIELS IN BAUNETZ

Posted on July 15th, 2019 by Dara Lin

Posted under: _Daniels Building, Press

The Daniels Building was featured in German online publication Baunetz.

Read HERE.

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ADAMS STREET BRANCH LIBRARY BREAKS GROUND

Posted on July 11th, 2019 by Dara Lin

Posted under: _Adams Branch Library, construction

On July 10th the Adams Street Branch Library in Dorchester officially broke ground! Mayor Martin J. Walsh, along with the City’s Chief of Operations Patrick Brophy, Boston Public Library president David Leonard, and members of the community, including the Friends of the Adams Street Branch Library, gathered to celebrate the start of construction.

Mayor Walsh spoke to the undiminished importance of libraries in serving all members of the community and called the planned renovation “truly a library of the twenty-first century.”

NADAAA’s proposal for the Adams Street Branch Library renovation.

Boston Public Library President David Leonard commemorates the occasion.

Key team members, from left to right: Mayor Martin J. Walsh, BPL Major Projects Coordinator Lissa Schwab, NADAAA Project Architect Amin Tadj, BPL Major Projects Program Manager Alison Ford, PFD Project Manager Jim McGaffigan, NADAAA Project Manager Michael Schanbacher, PFD Assistant Director Tom Leahy, PFD Assistant Director for Design Paul Donnelly, and Mayor’s Office Chief of Operations Pat Brophy.

Pint-sized library-goers take part in the ground-breaking.

Read more about the renovation and Mayor Walsh’s plan to improve the Boston branch libraries HERE.

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DANIELS IS ARCHITIZER A+ JURY WINNER

Posted on July 10th, 2019 by Dara Lin

Posted under: _Daniels Building, Awards

The Daniels Building is the winner in the Architecture + Climate Change category and will be featured in Architizer’s upcoming Phaidon compendium, which will be available for pre-order this fall.

See all the winners HERE.

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JOIN US FOR THE ADAMS BRANCH GROUND-BREAKING

Posted on July 8th, 2019 by Dara Lin

Posted under: _Adams Branch Library, construction

The Adams Branch Library officially breaks ground on Wednesday, July 10th! NADAAA, alongside Mayor Martin J. Walsh, the Boston Public Library, and the Boston Public Facilities Department are excited to celebrate the start of construction on the new library in Dorchester.

Join us at 690 Adams Street in Dorchester at 5:30 pm for the ceremony, followed by a community celebration featuring the Choco-leles, who will lead a ukulele sing-along. Learn more about the the project development HERE.

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ARCHITECTURAL RECORD: “MIT’s Building Boom Brings New Slate of Major Architects to Campus”

Posted on July 5th, 2019 by Dara Lin

Posted under: _MIT Site 4, Press

“On the Kendall Square side [of MIT], a pair of towers currently under construction on Main Street will form the new ‘eastern gateway’ to the campus. One [Site 4], by Boston-based firm NADAAA, in collaboration with Perkins+Will as architect of record, is a 28-story, 454-unit graduate-student residence with daring cantilevers and views of the Charles River. The structure will also include retail, offices, a childcare center, a 200-seat forum for public events, and the new MIT admissions office.”

“[MIT’s current developments] are more contextual, more aligned to the institute’s goal of melding with its Cambridge surroundings, in an effort to promote healthier, more dynamic interaction between the institute and its neighbors.”

Site 4 construction will be completed in summer 2020! Read more HERE.

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NADAAA FEATURED IN B®ANDLIFE 2019

Posted on July 3rd, 2019 by Dara Lin

Posted under: Press

The Aesop Fillmore Store is featured in B®ANDLIFE’s Concept Stores & Pop-ups. This collection of over 60 retail encounters explores how graphic identities and interiors are used to translate a brand’s philosophy and purpose into tangible and memorable experiences.

Purchase online here.

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DISCIPLINED EXISTENZMINIMUM:
EAST VILLAGE APARTMENT, FOR SALE BY OWNER

Posted on July 2nd, 2019 by Nicole Sakr

Posted under: Uncategorized

BEAUTIFULLY RENOVATED LOFT-LIKE SPACE: AN OPEN EFFICIENCY WITH LARGE SLIDING DOORS ALLOWS TWO SEPARATE BEDROOMS ON DEMAND. FLEXIBLE, GREAT STORAGE SPACE, SOUTH-FACING, QUIET NEIGHBORHOOD, CLOSE TO EAST RIVER PARK(FOR RUNNERS), MINIMAL AESTHETICS, STUNNINGLY DETAILED. LOCATED AT 254 EAST 7TH STREET #18.

UNIT DETAILS: $595,000 / 470 FT² / 2.5 ROOMS / 1 BED / 1 BATH / CATS AND DOGS ALLOWED / WASHER/DRYER IN-UNIT

BUILDING DETAILS: CO-OP / 20 UNITS / 6 STORIES / BUILT IN 1910 / BIKE ROOM / STORAGE AVAILABLE / $850 MAINTENANCE

PLEASE CONTACT NTEHRANI@NADAAA.COM AND SJAMALI@NADAAA.COM FOR VIEWING.

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EAST VILLAGE APARTMENT, FOR SALE BY OWNER