Boston leaders exchange ideas on engaging communities in public space
The Incubator at Sasaki is an open-source working lab, meeting place, and forum for cross-industry collaboration — bringing the best academic researchers, professional minds, and community members together to solve some of the most pressing problems of our time. The Hideo Sasaki Foundation serves as the curator for the space through its sponsorship of design research initiatives, events, lectures, public outreach, and educational programs.
The Sasaki Foundation supports design and education initiatives that promote equity in order to strengthen and empower local communities.
Sasaki's 2019 Summer Internship program begins with an intense two-week charette
Panelists discuss a variety of perspectives on how we can expand housing access in Boston
The 24-hour event focuses on developing new approaches that propel the AEC industry beyond current, less-intuitive or time-consuming workflows.
The [G]Code House, located in Roxbury’s historic Garrison Trotter neighborhood, is a pilot program for young women of color that provides a positive, safe environment in which to live and learn
Over 300 Sasaki employees, alumni, and friends of the firm gathered in the Incubator at Sasaki on October 17, for a celebration of our founder, Hideo Sasaki
Using incubator models to transform businesses, impact communities and attract young creative thinkers.
Designers, entrepreneurs, investors, civic leaders, and corporate and non-profit leaders gather in the Sasaki Incubator.
Recognizing Martin Luther King Day at Sasaki
The Sasaki Foundation received its first grant from the Barr Foundation which will help leverage design to advance equity and inclusive growth—strengthening and empowering local communities
Bridging academic research and professional practice, the Incubator will serve as a creative hub for internal and external researchers who are solving complex problems of resiliency, mobility, and social equity in the design of the built environment.