LAB was honored at the 9th IIDA New England Interior Design Awards in February, taking home the award for “Best Research / Lab Design” for the Verastem R&D Headquarters project in Needham, MA. See the complete list of winners and learn more about the project.
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The award winning project by Stephanie Goldberg and Mark Reed of LAB was featured in Abitare as part of a report on Boston Living with Water Competition. For the full article by Pietro Mezzi click here.
LAB Architects Stephanie Goldberg and Mark Reed’s design was selected as the winning entry in the Living with Water Competition for Site 1, the Prince Building in the North End of Boston. The Prince Building Piers submission proposed to transform the adjacent Commercial Street into an urban shore that protects existing buildings through the use […]
LAB Principles Stephanie Goldberg and Mark Reed are pleased to announce their nomination for BostInno 50 on Fire 2015. The award recognizes companies and individuals “who are disrupting their industries and making an impact in Boston and beyond.” For the complete list click here
Read the article about the LAB principles’ work on the Living with Water Competition click here
LAB is pleased to announce that “Prince Building Piers” was selected as one of three finalists in the international competition to design for climate change in Boston in the building category. The team will move on to compete for a $20,000 grand prize, funded by the Massachusetts Office of Coastal Zone Management and the Barr […]
Stephanie Goldberg recently published an article on the use of Instagram and similar social media applications in architecture. She writes, “As a tool for investigation, recording of inspiration and vision, applications such as Instagram have great potential. Instagram users create unending galleries of images that flow like trains of thought or even as dreamlike continua.” […]
Mark Reed recently published an article in High Profile Magazine about the uniquely American approach to laboratory design. To read the article, click here.
Mark Reed recently published an article on the trend of desk equality in the biotech industry. With an emphasis on collaboration, companies are jettisoning the private office in favor of multiple options for working in small groups throughout the office.