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Technology can help people make better decisions. Our powerful design thinking tools enable our teams to gain insight and quickly iterate on potential solutions to optimize design outcomes and performance.

We connect with stakeholders through many means, and intuitive digital engagement tools are fast-becoming one of the most powerful ways to uncover new insights and reach broader audiences.

Supporting more informed dialogue around potential planning and design directions, we create detailed views into future scenarios through modeling building performance, growth projection, spatial planning implications, financial and scheduling trade-offs, and more.

To facilitate better understanding of data and insights among diverse stakeholders, we create intuitive data visualizations and story-telling platforms that are interactive and easy to understand

Parametric design saved countless hours and revealed innumerable possibilities for generating the unique line patterns at Akamai Technologies' Kendall Square HQ

A research paper by  Youngjin Lee, AIA, LEED® AP and Bomin Kim, AIA CPHC, has been published in an international blind peer-review journal, Advances in Computational Design. The paper, “Genetic Algorithms for Balancing Multiple Variables in Design Practice,” examines computational practices that allow designers to consider multiple variables at once

In a time when we can assemble and analyze vast quantities of incidental data, it seems that "surplus" often supplants "necessity" as the "mother of invention."

An exploratory visualization of corridors throughout the United States named after the late civil rights leader, this research project looks at data on how the neighborhoods surrounding MLK corridors compare to the larger metropolitan region, across dimensions of race, income and education, and urban development

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