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Fennick McCredie is a 50 on Fire Finalist!

We are very excited to have been named a 50 on Fire Finalist in the design category by BostInno! We are in great company, check out all the Design Category nominees here.

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Coop Profile: Lama Bitar | Northeastern University

 

Lama Bitar, intern with Fennick McCredie during the Fall of 2013, is featured on Northeastern University’s School of Architecture website.

Read more at:
Coop Profile: Lama Bitar | School of Architecture | College of Arts, Media and Design | Northeastern University.

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Timber Design + Fabrication Competition

New England was built in timber. The rich history is still alive today in the regional building traditions that have evolved since the birth of the nation. Engineered lumber technologies are pushing the boundaries of wood construction from rural farm houses to complex urban structures and are driving a renaissance of timber construction worldwide.

Today, our urban climate and requirements for building performance are changing and construction technologies and building codes are racing to keep up. The practice of mid-rise urban timber construction has been successfully implemented in many European countries for more than 10 years, and soon the U.S. building code will be amended to allow for mid-rise timber construction in urban areas.

Fennick McCredie Architecture (FMA) has put together a team for the Timber Design + Fabrication Competition. The team will propose a site specific installation innovating within New England building and craft traditions, using engineered lumber or heavy timber.  They will then abstract and develop a partial construction addressing at full scale, specific issues of materiality, structure, connection and cladding. Installations must be experimental in nature and push beyond the boundaries of conventional timber construction.

Check back after July 1st to see what we submitted! Good luck to the FMA team!


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Site Visit to Logan’s Hangar Building 9

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Summer Haze at Marblehead

The landscape oil paintings of Agnes Jacob, project designer at FMA, are now on exhibit at the Marblehead Library/Abbot Public Library. There will be an opening reception Saturday, Dec 8th from 3-5 pm. Join us in celebrating our coworker and the local arts.

 

“Living in Boston, my family and I love to spend time at many of the beautiful beaches, salt marshes, islands, fields, and towns surrounding our home town. Plum Island, Rockport, Gloucester, Marblehead, and the Berkshires are among my favorite places where I (and probably many of you) have fond moments. Every painting I did is about trying to evoke this memory and emotion I had of the place rather than trying to capture every detail realistically. With oil, a palette knife, color and every brush stroke, I try to capture the way the sun and the wind hit my skin, the feeling of the surface I’m standing on.” -Agnes Jacob

Visit her online gallery at www.gingerteastudio.com to learn more.

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Happy Halloween from FMA!

Agnes and Meaghan livened up the studio with some great costumes for the holiday. What could be scarier than a rejected submittal?

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Meet Our Newest Team Member

Chris joins us with over twenty five years of experience, primarily focusing on cultural, educational and institutional projects involving large client groups and technically challenging projects.

Prior to joining Fennick McCredie Architecture, Chris was Principal at Schwartz/Silver Architects where he led the firm’s largest and most important projects, including the Shaw Center for the Arts in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. The Shaw Center has been featured in numerous national and international publications and has received the highest honor in every design awards program for which it was eligible. In 2008, the American Institute of Architects selected the Shaw Center for a National Honor Award.

Other notable projects include the A.H. McCoy Federal Building in Jackson, Mississippi (a GSA Design Excellence project), Ruffin Hall for the University of Virginia (the first purpose built Studio Art Building at the UVa) and the New England Aquarium West Wing Addition.

Chris is passionate about projects which bolster community and institutional vision and aspirations where the potential impact can be greater than the project alone.

As a like-minded colleague, we’re excited to welcome Chris to FMA.

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Celebrating Partnerships

We had a great time celebrating our partnership with YouthBuild Boston, as well as toasting the completion of their newly renovated headquarters located on 27 Centre St. in Roxbury, MA.  A BIG thanks to everyone who helped us celebrate.  We had a number of people from YouthBuild Boston as well as youth who participate in the program. If you would like to find out more about YouthBuild Boston and their commitment to the community – please click here.

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Our new sign!

Check out our new look!

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Patina Panels

CONSTRUCTION UPDATE: Hangar 8 has transformed from its bare-bones steel framing to luminous metal panels. Take a look!