We are delighted to have been recognized with an Outstanding Achievement Award recently by one of our clients. The Massport ceremony took place on May 2nd in the JetBlue hangar at Logan International Airport. Additional recipients included Byrne McKinney & Associates and McCall/Almy.
David Gamble has been highlighted in the APA-MA Chapter Magazine - Winter 2019 publication. Please find the interview by clicking on the link below (p. 17-18).
As a member of the the Regional and Urban Design Committee (RUDC) at the American Institute of Architects, David Gambe will host a symposium to discuss the future of urban design education and urban design practice. Many of the challenges we face today as architects transcend the scale of a building. Issues of social equity, environmental degradation, resiliency, mobility and community need creative strategies and design solutions. Both the academy and the profession have a role to play in providing peer, community-based and applied learning opportunities in the field of urban design.
Urban design offers an opportunity for architects to both expand their practices and influence beyond the property line to the block, neighborhood, city and regional scale. How can a stronger bridge be built from academia to the profession? What are we teaching and why? This one-day symposium brings together leading educators in urban design programs across the country and the firms that are implementing plans for structured conversations around the intersection of urban design teaching and practice.
Friday, January 25, 2019
AIA National Headquarters - 421 7th St NW, Washington, DC 20004
David Gamble is presenting Gamble Associates’ Design Guidelines for Andover’s Historic Mill District at the January 2019 MAPD Lunch-n-Learn on January 11, 2019. "From Town Yard to Town Center" will share the story about capitalizing on the unique characteristics of Andover’s historic resources and realize the economic benefits of living and working in a walkable, transit-oriented district. Additional presenters include Paul Materazzo, Director of Community Development and Planning.
David Gamble will be joining Thomas P. Glynn, PhD, Massport CEO, and Renée Loth, editor, ArchitectureBoston magazine, for Pier Review, an important conversation on the future of Boston’s working waterfront on March 28, 2018. The event is co-sponsored by the Massachusetts Port Authority and the Boston Society of Architects/AIA. Additional panelists include Dan Adams (Landing Studio, Northeastern University School of Architecture) and Jill Valdes Horwood (Boston Harbor Now). For more information, visit https://www.architects.org/programs-and-events/pier-review-0
David Gamble will be speaking at the Boston Society of Landscape Architects Conference on March 26, 2018. The presentation discusses the rapidly evolving trends with landscape design practice. Challenges to the traditional design firm are coming from many directions. On the one hand, consolidation continues to take place with large corporate conglomerates actively seeking to acquire small and mid-size firms that specialize. At the same time, an entrepreneurial ethic has cultivated niche firms and virtual practices that can compete, in teams, on the global stage. Additional speakers include Christine Dunn (Sasaki Associates) and Cheri Ruane (Weston & Sampson).
David Gamble is participating in a panel discussion at the Boston Society of Landscape Architects Conference February 9, 2017. The presentation centers on the transformation of the former Suffolk Downs site in Boston. The site is poised for transformation following the closure of the race track. The work presented is the result of a three-day multi-disciplinary urban design charrette held in April 2016 at the Boston Society of Architects. Additional speakers include Shauna Gilles-Smith (Ground Inc.), Paul Lukez (Paul Lukez Architecture), and Isabel Zempel (Sasaki Associates).
For more information, visit http://bslanow.org/event/xpo17/