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Projects > Design Competitions

Great design is fueled by inspiration. Many of our designers participate in design competitions as a creative outlet for challenges beyond the scope of our current work. We encourage staff to identify these opportunities and provide resources for their efforts, carrying on a tradition begun by H H Richardson. In 1872, his young firm began its rise to international prominence through his successful competition entry for the design of Trinity Church in Boston's Back Bay. Richardson prevailed over five other architects to design one of America's most acclaimed architectural icons.

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1 of 7 in Design competitions


The Fenway Alliance

Sparkle & Chime
2014

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2 of 7 in Design competitions


Flat Lot Design Competition

Knot Lot
2013

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3 of 7 in Design competitions


Tall Emblem Structure Competition

ecoFLEX
2009

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4 of 7 in Design competitions


University of Maine

Holocaust and Human Rights Center of Maine
2007

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5 of 7 in Design competitions


AIA Architecture for Sustainability Competition

Water Wall House
2006

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6 of 7 in Design competitions


Northeastern University

Campus Plan
1934

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7 of 7 in Design competitions


Trinity Episcopal Church

Trinity Church
1877

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The Fenway Alliance Sparkle & Chime 2014
Flat Lot Design Competition Knot Lot 2013
Tall Emblem Structure Competition ecoFLEX 2009
University of Maine Holocaust and Human Rights Center of Maine 2007
AIA Architecture for Sustainability Competition Water Wall House 2006
Northeastern University Campus Plan 1934
Trinity Episcopal Church Trinity Church 1877

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