DATENOVEMBER 28, 2017
GLD has been selected as one of six artists to participate in the first Now+There Public Art Accelerator program. Now+There is a non-profit organization dedicated to creating impactful public art projects in Greater Boston. Through this program, we will be working with the other selected artists and N+T to create temporary public artworks in 2018. More info on the Now+There Public Art Accelerator here.
DATEOCTOBER 30, 2017
Recent projects Common Vines Wine and Taste Wine Bar and Cafe are now open to the public. Designed in concert for one client, the projects speak to one another in material palette and attitude. Wines sold by Common Vines can be tasted and learned about at Taste Wine Bar. Both located in Downtown Crossing.
DATEDECEMBER 19, 2016
We are pleased to announce that we have received an honorable mention in the Young Architects category from The Architect's Newspaper Best of Design Awards 2016.
DATENOVEMBER 01, 2016
Thanks to all who came to see Thinness at the Keller Gallery, and particular thanks to the excellent team who helped make this exhibit possible.
DATESEPTEMBER 18, 2016
We're happy to share that an exhibition showcasing our past installation pieces is on view at the Keller Gallery at MIT, until November 1. Free and open to the public.
DATEJULY 22, 2016
We're happy to be included among this year's R+D Awards recipients.
DATEAUGUST 17, 2015
We had the pleasure of talking with the Design Manifestos team at Modelo about our beginnings, how we work, and the future of design and GLD.
DATEJULY 17, 2015
'Grove' is now open on the Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy Greenway! Located near Atlantic Avenue and Pearl Street, the installation will be up all summer. Many thanks to Pinkcomma, the BSA, and the Greenway Conservancy for helping to make this happen.
DATEAPRIL 03, 2015
We are excited to be one of four emerging design practices selected for the upcoming 2015 Design Biennial Boston. It's an honor to be in the stellar company of Cristina Parreno Architecture, Landing Studio, and MASS Design Group.
Comments from the jury include: “This body of experimentation deserves commendation for foregrounding a delicate balance of form and beauty, highly crafted fabrication techniques, interactivity with people, and a thoughtful relationship between the human form and larger spaces.”
Public installations on the Rose Kennedy Greenway and an accompanying exhibition at the BSA Space will be on view from late June to mid-September. More info to come!
DATEJUNE 26, 2014
We recently participated in the Boston Greenway Links Charrette, an initiative organized by the Livable Streets Alliance and the BSA Urban Design Committee, aimed at designing ways to close gaps in a proposed continuous greenway network throughout the city of Boston. We're delighted that our proposal for Fort Point Channel won an award for Most Compelling Long Range Vision. Presentations were made at the BSA | Space to an all-star jury with members from public, private and non-profit organizations, including Boston Transportation Department and MassDOT.