In shaping the communities of the library, architecture should be guided by the values of quality; nuance; inclusiveness; support for differing learning styles; physical, emotional and social health; and a clear sense of place for the academic disciplines that underpin the university’s curriculum and the library services and their constituencies.
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The Boston Society of Architects Board of Directors has nominated Marie S.A. Sorensen AIA for the 2016 American Institute of Architects Young Architects Award. This award honors individuals who, in early stages of their architectural careers, have demonstrated exceptional leadership in design, planning, education or […]
The Eagle-Tribune’s Yadira Betances covers the controversial dismantling of an iconic chimney in Lawrence, MA. Owners of historic buildings have important deceptions to make about their capital investments in historic features. Often owners are faced with a decision to spend money for a feature that […]
The Boston Society of Architects (BSA) featured member Marie S.A. Sorensen AIA in June 2014 as its Spotlight Profile Architect. Sorensen has been serving the BSA as a member of the Architecture Boston Editorial Board, a participant in the AIA MA Government Affairs Committee, and as Content Coordinator […]
Marie S.A. Sorensen AIA participated as a guest critic in the Boston Architectural College (BAC) ‘Skyscrapers and Superheroes’ Final Critique on December 15, 2013. The studio studied the feasibility and impact of dynamic additions to Boston’s landmark Prudential Center designed by Harry Cobb. The studio […]
Marie S.A. Sorensen AIA joined Peter Kuttner, Maryann Thompson, and Chris Grimely as a “Celebrity” Guest Sketcher at What the Sketch? – a Pictionary-style fundraiser for Learning by Design in Massachusetts (LBD:MA), hosted at BSA Space, Boston, MA – Thursday June 13, 2013 Can you guess the names of these buildings?
Marie S.A. Sorensen AIA was profiled in the April 28, 2014 edition of the New England Real Estate Journal. You can read the full text of the interview here or follow the link to read the article on the NEREJ website. Professional Profile: Marie Sorensen 2014 Name: Marie […]
Marie S.A. Sorensen AIA was featured in the Boston Globe’s June 28, 2014 edition as one of a group of developers, municipal officials and architects participating in a tour of potential commercial building sites in East Boston, Revere, Chelsea, Everett, Malden, Melrose, and Somerville sponsored by MassDevelopment. The […]