Public Spaces

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

The design is sensitive to Bermuda’s history and culture and contributes to the classic urban appeal of Hamilton, and the timeless charm of the waterfront and resort community. Read More

The design refreshes the hotel's identity by highlighting its beautiful architectural qualities with clever contrasts in traditional and contemporary architecture and design. With backlit art-glass wall panels in bright golden yellow tones the entry and lobby desk are clearly marked and the light creates a shimmering metallic quality on the adjacent walls which feature Venetian plaster. Accented with modern uplit chandeliers, the expansive spaces are beautifully illuminated and bring out the details of the crown molding, deep ceiling coffers, and columns. 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

The Sky Garden is a vertical garden neighborhood in the sky, a pair of high-end residential twin towers located in Taiwan. The towers are between two major open spaces -- a grand public park to the east and an urban park greenway and plaza to the west -- that connect the shopping district and cultural/civic district to the site. Each level has its own garden zone which relates back to the surrounding public green space. Read More

The project is part of the 20-year Prudential Center Redevelopment and is a key element in the success of this well established residential mixed use neighborhood. At the main street corner, a cylindrical glass rotunda announces the market’s entry. By marking the intersection of the South End and Back Bay street grids, this dramatic vertical element adds flair to a once undistinguished stretch of Huntington Avenue. Read More

Leveraging existing site features while creating nodes and connecting pathways have optimized the user experience at this historic candy factory turned Boston office landmark. The new lobby features a coffee bar, elevated lounge in a three story interior atrium with a gas fire place, and a state-of-the-art conference center including a flexible multipurpose space serving up to 200 people. The conference center combined with the lobby and adjacent outdoor space may become one of the largest private event venues in the city. Read More

San Juan has achieved a profound repositioning of its historic industrial port through an integrated plan. The master plan and design that incorporated the best features and insights of past initiatives, while taking advantage of new and emerging opportunities resolve long-standing issues and achieve the vision. Read More

With a contemporary expression that draws on textile concepts reflecting the early use and history of these historic mill buildings, the design for this former mill building turned contemporary office campus incorporates imagery and ideas related to weaving, wool, and sheep. It also blends a mix of contemporary and traditional materials and motifs create a distinct identity and warm, inviting spaces. The scope of work includes the main entrance/arrival area, main lobby, common circulation corridors and elevator lobbies, café and dining, fitness center and additional game room. The work also includes a marketing suite, tenant fit-planning space and a marketing and leasing assistance space. Read More

This ambitious development replaces a former naval base on the Isla Grande peninsula of Puerto Rico, across the canal from Old San Juan. The master plan and urban design transforms an existing master plan into a workable development scheme for the 113-acre site. To meet the goals of creating a convention/business destination and defining a new urban domain within the context of the city’s history, the original plan was divided into a system of smaller blocks scaled to blend with the character and climate of San Juan. Read More

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