PCA 2018 Open Studio

Following up on our office-wide initiative on Creativity, we thought it would be an excellent idea to hold another PCA Open Studio to showcase some of the work we have been producing outside the office. From sculpture to sketching and
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Congrats to David Chilinski

PCA is extremely pleased to announce that the American Institute of Architects has elevated David Chilinski, FAIA to its College of Fellows, a distinguished group of individuals recognized for their contributions to the field. Fellowship is one of the highest
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An Afternoon of Creativity

 A vision (value) is an aspiration – it’s less about what you’re able to do, than what you aspire and hope to be and what you optimistically reach for.” -David Chilinski Read More

Dine Out in Seaport

Now positioned as a hub in the city of Boston, the Seaport District is bustling with things to see, eat, and do with new dining options popping up every day. Two PCA designed restaurants, Tikkaway Grille and Tuscan Kitchen, are
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PCA Ski Trip 2018

The PCA team took to the slopes this past weekend for the Annual PCA Ski Trip. Each year, members of the PCA team drive up to Vermont to ski, snowshoe, and play around in the snow. Led by Eliane Brogle
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PCA Goes Curling – Round 3

Last weekend the amateurs became experts at PCA’s now annual curling adventure. Led by seasoned curler, Shaun Hallisey, a group of PCA employees slid across the ice for the third time at Wayland’s Broomstones. This time, we debuted our official
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Creating a Campus Living Room

At Mount Wachusett Community College, a roof and just one new wall created a flexible space for commuting students to study, gather, and lounge. PCA’s thoughtful and unexpected design brought new life to a windswept patio. Using bright colors and
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