RODE is on fire!! We are thrilled to be named a winner of BostInno's 50 on Fire Boston in the design category. We could not have done this without the support of our talented team, colleagues, clients, partners and community neighbors.
According to the Boston Globe, The Appalachian Mountain Club on Monday closed on the purchase of a prominent building in Charlestown’s City Square, where it will move its headquarters after nearly a century of running its operations from Beacon Hill. RODE worked with the nonprofit outdoors group, which manages trails, huts, outings, and conservation efforts from the mid-Atlantic to Maine, on a preliminary needs assessment of the building at 10 City Square, known as Roughan Ha
Over the last few years there has been a revolution in the architect’s toolkit. From powerful BIM and illustration software, to 3D printing and even the use of Robots in fabrication, technology has provided a host of new options to help explore design. With the plethora of new technology options, physical architectural models could become a lost form of communicating spatial concept and design ideas. However, here at RODE Architects we still consider the craft of building phy