The new facilities for the South Middlesex Opportunity Council held their opening ceremony and open house event on October 21st, and they have completed their move from the old school buildings down the street in Framingham. City and state representatives showed up to tour the new facilities and issue official commendations to SMOC. During the ceremony, they praised the organization and design team for promoting good design for everyone, not just those with financial means, and for creating a space that helps in removing the stigma of asking for aid.
We were proud to work with a group of people who do so much for their community. You can learn more about SMOC by visiting www.smoc.org
Board Members, Town, City, and State Officials, and community members gather for the opening ceremonies
New reception desk promoting SMOC’s mantra: Everybody Matters
ACTWO architects continues to grow, as the french magazine Architecture Bois published the Lincoln Residence in their special 10 year anniversary, celebrating some of their favorite projects published over the last ten years.
The new addition to the Fort Point in Boston, BLADE, is up and running. They held a grand Launch Event last Friday to celebrate, and the only thing that looked better than the guest list was the space itself. While the space has been in use for daily office activities for couple weeks, this was the first opportunity for the nightclub setting to be put to its full use, and it did not disappoint.