Increasingly, architecture firms shift energies and attention to international project work where market growth continues to spur a steady stream of development. Sasaki has long invested in developing an international practice, with an office in Shanghai and strong presence in countries the world over. As we continue to bring our designs to locales abroad, our planners, architects, and designers are cognizant of our responsibility to produce leading global design that appreciates local vernacular and historical and cultural contexts.
ArchitectureBoston recently published an article calling for architecture firms to renew this vigilance for upholding a code of context when working internationally. Sasaki's Monterrey Tec project, a sweeping regenerative planning and building effort at the top-ranked university in Latin America, is included in AB's overview of international projects by Boston-area firms. To read the full article, click here.