Boston's Largest Modular Housing Development - The Graphic

The Graphic, located at 32 Cambridge Street in Charlestown, is Boston's largest modular housing development. The stacking of 129 modular boxes is well underway, and we are pleased to share with you the progress that is being made!

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ICON Continues its Support for Affordable Housing Development Competition

ICON Architecture is a proud sponsor of

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HGTV's Cortney and Bob Novogratz Team Up With ICON Architecture (Boston Magazine)

As we approach the completion of the ICON-designed Boston East project, we are delighted to share an article which was recently published by Boston Magazine.

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Learning Commons Wins "2018 Citation of Excellence" Award

The ICON-designed Harold C. Smith Learning Commons has officially been awarded the "2018 Citation of Excellence Award" from Learning by Design Magazine.

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ICON Supports Fitchburg's Downtown Renaissance

"It's very exciting stuff", Fitchburg Mayor Stephen DiNatale said in a recent interview.

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ICON's Recent Work at Fitchburg State featured in Sentinel & Enterprise

One of ICON's most recent Education Studio projects, the Game Studio, was recently mentioned in Sentinel & Enterprise.

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Principal Ned Collier Co-Authors Book Chapter in Educational Technology and Narrative

Congratulations to Leslie University's Heather Tillberg-Webb and ICON's Education Studio Principal Ned Collier on co-authoring a book chapter in Educational Technology and Narrative! Please click below for more information on the publisher's website.

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"In Person" Interview Featuring Janis Mamayek by Banker & Tradesman

Meet Principal Janis Mamayek and ICON's RENEW Practice in the latest "In Person" article from Banker & Tradesman:

At the Convergence of Preservation and Sustainability, By: Steven Adams | Banker & Tradesman


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Contact Us

Our office is located in Boston's Downtown Crossing Neighborhood, easily accessible via the MBTA and Commuter Rail. The Downtown Crossing station services both the Red and Orange lines, with access to the Park Street station (green line). South Station services all Commuter Rail lines that run west and south, and is located two blocks away.

Parking is available on Chauncy Street in the Hyatt Hotel Garage.

101 Summer Street Boston, MA 02110