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We are looking for an architect/designer and interior designer to join our team. Information for both opportunities can be found below. Architect / Designer RODE Architects is a collaborative, innovative design firm in Boston’s South End. The firm is seeking a full-time Architect / Designer to join the team in the design of institutional, commercial, residential and multi-family buildings from design through construction. Candidates must have a Bachelor of Architecture degree or a Master of Architecture degree, 4-6 years of professional office experience, which includes at least 3 years of professional experience using Revit. We are looking for candidates that have the following skill set:

BRA Approves DotBlock for Construction

DotBlock has won approval from city officials Thursday night! Along Dorchester Avenue between Savin Hill and Fields Corner, the mixed-use complex will add more than 350 housing units and 40,000 SF of retail to a busy intersection. The biggest project in years in the neighborhood, it also sits along a stretch of Dorchester Avenue and Freeport Street that the BRA plans to rezone for more dense, transit-oriented development. "It’s a smart place to launch a project that could help transform a neighborhood", said City Council member Frank Baker, who represents the area. “We need to build on our density in our neighborhood,” he said. “I think this is going to be great for Dorchester, and great for

RODE Featured In The Inaugural UVA School of Architecture Alumni Exhibition: Living-Learning Environ

May 13, 2016 – August 19, 2016 East Wing Gallery, 1st floor Campbell Hall, Charlottesville VA RODE's work with Harvard Art Museums is being featured in the Inaugural UVA School of Architecture Alumni Exhibition “Living-Learning Environments. Twenty first century speculations on the academic village” The inaugural alumni exhibition at the School of Architecture showcases a wide range of innovative work of our alums from the past ten years that have re-defined higher education living and learning environments. In the 1960s and 1970s, American college campuses—like American suburbs—grew quickly, through dispersed spatial patterns and in the form of single-function zones. Today, students, facul

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