This issue of
Magazine is sponsored by
Steffian Bradley Architects.
by clicking on the page. A slider will appear, allowing you to adjust your zoom level. Return to the original size by clicking on the page again.
the page around when zoomed in by dragging it.
the zoom using the slider on the top right.
by clicking on the zoomed-in page.
by entering text in the search field and click on "In This Issue" or "All Issues" to search the current issue or the archive of back issues respectively.
by clicking on thumbnails to select pages, and then press the print button.
this publication and page.
displays a table of sections with thumbnails and descriptions.
displays thumbnails of every page in the issue. Click on a page to jump.
allows you to browse through every available issue.
Practice : Winter 2009
as well. Henry Recor AIA is a graduate of the BAC, as well as a teacher and thesis advisor. Damon May, a nother gradu ate of the BAC, stood as a critic for Adam Mitchell a nd Jim Moses’s studio for three year s running, and was also a thesis critic for C7A’s Mirren Fischer, who went on to win the BAC’s O’Marah Award. Dennis Morelli is in his second year teaching Portfolio Design and Orthogonal/Per spective Drawing as well a s reviewing segment portfolios, while Sumi Fasolo h as been a teacher and thesis advi sor. Katie Dorman has been on the crit panel for Associate Emily Grandstaff-Rice AIA, LEED for her first-year ID studio. Jay Stoughtenger, a lso a graduate, has recently won two BAC Alumni design awards. Oliver Klein and David Rader are both recent BAC graduates, a nd Hillary Lubin was one of their teachers at the BAC. Kirsten Lawson is currently a st udent in Segment 2, taking her 2nd C-Level studio. Ca mbridge Seven ha s achieved a high level of excellenc e by employing an integrated , multidisciplinary approach to seek innovative, intelligent solution s in its diverse practice areas. The firm’s design process is open, non-linear, and informed by a wealth of experienc e in architecture, c onstruction, ex hibit design, art, u rban design, a nd graphic design. The firm particularly appreciates the education the BAC provides, in that BAC graduates bring a dimen sion of thinking which is critical for content-driven commission s like academic buildings, a nd museum and exhibit design projects. As an inclusive practice, young C7A designers find they will not simply be limited to creating CAD drawings, and instead regularly collaborate with members of the client group, the Principal in Charge of the project, a nd the wider project management and sub-consultant team. As a firm, C7A is in the enviable position of having a highly balanced portfolio in terms of b oth geography, proje ct type, a nd ser vic es provided. The firm is made up of unaba shed de sign genera lists. A s a group, they are cognizant of their role in the wider architecture community a nd take great pains to communicate their value systems to the wider world and embrace their role s a s “thought leaders” in architecture, hospita lity design, e xhibit design, urban design, a nd project management: http://w w w.c7a.com/ News/thought_leadership/index.a sp. Throughout its 45 ye ars of ser vic e, C7A has received dozens of awards— including the prestigious A merican Institute of Architects’ national Firm Awa rd—and is known for its innovative work. Today, Cambridge Seven Associate s c ontinues to embrace its founders’ cre ed that the effect of c oll aborative efforts f ar surpasses that of any individual: 1 + 1 = 7. NEWSWORThy ] c7a pROfIlE liberty hotel lobby, boston Working in kuwait: chuck Redmon faIa pRacTIcE 31