Since its founding in 2008, Design Biennial Boston has curated a space for recognition and discussion of Boston’s emerging design practices. As part of the third installment of the biennial program, OverUnder designed and published Archive, which presents an index of Boston’s design scene over the past decade-plus. The book collects together the fifty-seven projects by all nineteen biennial winners, with an introduction from the curators, observations from leading figures in the Boston architecture community, and data on the business models and design practices of the nineteen firms.
Can This Town Find A Home For New Boston Architecture?, WBUR, August 6, 2013
“This program is a great example of raising collective awareness for the diverse design talents that live and work in Boston. The seamless integration of vast amounts of design artifacts speaks to the designer’s ability to solve and house complexity within one brilliantly built environment. The exhibit and all its many parts work as one design statement–and that’s no easy task.” — Dana Arnett
“This classic exhibition design hit all the key points: materials, communication design and accessibility to a broad audience.” — Joe Gebbia
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