Saturday, 29 November 2008
by Carole Wedge, AIA, LEED AP
Leading Change: An Exploratory Process
Carole Wedge discusses how colleges and universities can respond to evolving technologies and work and learning practices, facilitating change and using it to organizational advantage. This article first appeared in the November/December 2006 issue of Educause.
Saturday, 18 October 2008
The team from Shepley Bulfinch took the Halloween theme of this year’s CANstruction competition to heart today, designing a bubbling cauldron of cans, suspended over a fire from a spit. A recipe for a nutritious “Protein Potion” made from the cauldron sculpture’s ingredients, including cannellini, tuna, artichokes, and olives, accompanied the sculpture.
Shepley was one of eighteen design and construction firms taking part in the annual competition held in cities across the country to create giant sculptures out of cans of food to raise money and visibility for the fight against hunger nationwide. Since its inception, ten million pounds of food has been donated to food programs across the country. As ...[more]
Friday, 18 July 2008
What’s old IS new again: that was the message when Shepley Bulfinch – one of the oldest architecture firms in the US – was cited as “Notable” in the 2008 Rebrand 100 Global Awards. ReBrand 100® recognizes the world’s most effective brand transformations: the repositioning, revitalizing and redesign of existing brand assets to meet strategic goals.
Shepley undertook its rebrand as part of a strategy to ensure the firm’s place in an increasingly competitive market by emphasizing a message of fresh, innovative design of lasting quality. Beginning with the firm’s move to new, open offices stripped of hierarchy, a clean, fresh design was introduced, including the firm’s name, website, marketing collateral, ...[more]