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MBB is pleased to announce that we won two awards last night at the SARA 2020 National Design Awards. Our Eli M. Black Center for Lifelong Learning won a Merit Award and Grace Church High School Athletic Center won an Honor Award.

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MBB is pleased to announce that we have won an editors’ pick in AN’s Best of Design Awards’ Interior – Institutional category for Grace Church High School Athletic Center.

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Design as a Tool for Social Equity: UNICEF and Design for Economy and Utility by Fiyel Levent

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MBB Architects recently partnered with Dattner Architects and University Neighborhood Housing Program (UNHP) to participate in Neighborhoods Now, a collaboration between the Urban Design Forum and Van Alen Institute that connects leading design firms with neighborhoods drastically effected by COVID-19 .

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Madame Architect, “Design That Matters: MBB’s Mary Burnham on Embracing Opportunities and Taking the Long View” by Julia Gamolina, September 24, 2020

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The Right Tool for the Job by Ayman Rouhani

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MBB recently finished a project for Concrete Safaris which is a non-profit whose mission is to prepare youth in East Harlem and beyond to lead healthy lives and shape their environment through outdoor education, play, exploration and community engagement. Over the past few years, the organization has experienced significant growth and is in need of […]

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MBB partnered with International School Services (ISS) to host two 90-minute webinars on July 27th and 28th for international schools around the world working on their reopening plans.

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Jeffery Murphy, FAIA, founding partner at MBB Architects moderated a panel of university architects and planners including Alice Raucher AIA, AUA, LEED AP, University of Virginia; David Lenox AIA, Stanford University; Kim Chen RA, Columbia University; and Sarah Boykin AIA University of the South to present strategic thinking surrounding revitalizing historic campus buildings.

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