A glimpse of Sasaki's Sea Change: Boston research is on view through April at the American Institute of Architects (AIA) headquarters in Washington DC as part of the Annual AIA Emerging Professionals Exhibition. This selection for inclusion recognizes the interdisciplinary Sea Change team as rising talent within the design field.
"We are especially excited about this recognition by the AIA because it recognizes the extraordinary group of emerging professionals that contributed to the Sea Change body of work, both inside and outside of Sasaki. From the design direction of our graphic designers to the illustrative visions produced by Sasaki interns and Boston Architectural students in the studio that paralleled the research, all of the ideas brought from these emerging leaders shaped the strength of the research and exhibit," says Carey Walker, Associate, AIA, one of the leading team members who managed the development of the exhibition last year.
The AIA recognized Sea Change alongside 52 total selected projects submitted by peer professionals from across the nation. Sasaki congratulates this team on a great acknowledgement of standout research, teamwork, talent, and passion.
The research, coordination, and execution of Sea Change:Boston was a collaborative effort by Carey Walker, Associate AIA; Chris Merritt, Associate ASLA; Nina Chase, Associate, ASLA; and Ruth Siegel, Associate, ASLA— pictured above from left to right in front of District Hall, where the work was exhibited in Spring 2014.
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