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2014 AIA Pittsburgh Design Award

24 Oct 2014 by

The Graduate School of Public Health project at the University of Pittsburgh has won an Architecture Honor Award in the Design Pittsburgh 2014 competition. JURY COMMENTS: This is an addition to an existing building that creates a unified building expression. It has a strong civic quality and the materials are well considered. There is a […]

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The Countdown to the EF Education First Opening Begins!

14 Oct 2014 by

Wilson Architects had the great privilege of working with the wonderful team at EF Education First on its new North American headquarters in North Point, Cambridge.  EF -a global leader in language training, international education, and cultural exchange- will mark its move into the new building with an opening celebration on October 16th. As architect-of-record, […]

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WA Promotion • Joe Gibbons

07 Oct 2014 by

We are happy to announce the promotion of Joe Gibbons to an Associate of the firm. Joe’s focus at WA is on programming and designing highly technical research facilities for higher education clients. He works closely with clients to create labs that precisely and functionally meet their research needs.

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Thank You for a Successful ‘Making Strides’ Event

06 Oct 2014 by

Thank you to all who participated, donated, and cheered us on in this year’s Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk. We enjoyed a perfect fall day for our walk along the Charles River.  It was a great experience, catching up with each other and getting some exercise while supporting a worthy cause. If you missed […]

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Strides Against Breast Cancer

02 Oct 2014 by

This Sunday, October 5th, a team of Wilson Architects employees and friends will take to the streets as part of the annual Making Strides Against Breast Cancer event. The team is walking with the hope that the money we raise will help ‘Finish the Fight’ against breast cancer. While signing up for the walk, I […]

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