Aaron Bruckerhoff Promoted to Principal
December 11th, 2014
Anmahian Winton Architects (AW) is pleased to announce Aaron Bruckerhoff’s promotion to Principal.
An integral part of the AW team since 2007, Aaron has made significant contributions to all aspects of the office. He is an invaluable asset to our clients and our colleagues, and his thoughtful leadership style fosters collaboration both in the office and out, bringing clarity to complex projects.
Aaron’s unwavering focus on design and construction innovation as well as mentorship have had a profound effect on AW’s work and office culture. We are proud to recognize his importance as a permanent member of our office with this promotion.
Alex Anmahian and Nick Winton to be guest critics at university reviews on December 5th
December 5th, 2014
Alex Anmahian will be a guest critic at SUNY Buffalo for Architecture Studio Reviews and Nick Winton will be a guest critic at Roger Williams University School of Architecture.
Alex Anmahian teaching advanced design studio at MIT
December 2nd, 2014
Alex is teaching an option studio this fall that re-imagines MIT’s Pierce Boathouse.
Students exploring the river, examining the site, and analyzing its use with Community Rowing Inc.’s Executive Director, Bruce Smith.
Red Rock on Dezeen
December 2nd, 2014
AW sponsors Brookline High School’s 21st Century Fund
November 18th, 2014
AW sponsored the BHS 21st Century Fund’s annual Gala. The 21st Century Fund supports academic innovation at the public high school, raising private funding that provides seed money for new courses, inter-disciplinary programs, and learning opportunities for both students and teachers.
Ankara Office Tower curtain wall framing and glazing nearing completion
October 24th, 2014
The 14-story office tower in Ankara, Turkey features an innovative curtain wall composed of exterior aluminum cover caps and interior wood louvers that provide solar shading and glare control.
Red Rock is Architectural Record’s House of the Month
October 1st, 2014
AW’s Red Rock House, a single family home located in New York’s Berkshire mountains, is Architectural Record’s October House of the Month. Embracing a “machine in the garden” design approach, this project’s contemporary vocabulary and minimal form amplify by contrast its relationship with the natural landscape.
AW concludes 2nd season supporting YouthDesign mentorship program for Boston high school students
September 8th, 2014
Congratulations to Nadalia on a great summer! Nadalia worked on a variety of design projects and was a great addition to our office. She will be attending college in the fall and we wish her all of the best on her future endeavors.
Nick Winton attends 2014 SCUP Conference, AW’s Joukowsky Institute honored in Architecture/Adaptive Re-use category
July 20th, 2014