At the heart of Arrowstreet’s practice is the ability to distill complex projects into dynamic design and development opportunities. Our projects reflect ever changing social patterns, business trends, and anticipated changes to the natural environment.
Arrowstreet harnesses our staff’s depth of knowledge and creative thinking to solve diverse challenges across a wide range of sectors and project types. From multi-dimensional, urban mixed-use projects to institutional, cultural, multi-family housing, hospitality, retail, and schools, we are progressive, collaborative and fresh in our approach. Our work in Data Science is part of the emerging trends driving today’s built environment, using data to evaluate the real impact of design decisions.
Today the firm looks at the broader issues impacting the world we live in. We focus on creative problem solving, thinking critically about the ways in which our society is changing, and how those changes will impact the built environment. We research and identify future needs based on the evolution of technology, shifts in human mobility, climate change, and resiliency, to name just a few.
Amy Korté AIA, LEED AP, is an architect and president of Arrowstreet, an architecture and design firm based in Boston. She leads the design the firm’s large-scaled mixed-use, commercial and infrastructure projects with a focus on how shifts in technology and emerging social trends impact cities and buildings. Amy has been featured in Curbed, PCmag, Fast Company, and Wired and has spoken on panels nationwide including AR in Action, Founder’s Forum, and Urbanism Next.
DATA SCIENTIST AND STRATEGIST
Tyler Shannon AIA, is data scientist and strategist—using data to pull unique industry insights that inform how we engage and envision our built environment. As a data scientist, Tyler seeks to solve real world challenges using creative technical solutions, machine learning, and algorithm design. Among other skills, Tyler is fluent in technical analytics and visualization tools that allow for efficient and effective manipulation, analysis, and communication of complex datasets. His background in architecture and construction brings a unique perspective to data analytics and strategy that helps to frame design in the context of data-driven insights.
DIRECTOR OF SUSTAINABILITY & BUILDING PERFORMANCE
Kate Bubriski AIA, LEED AP BD+C, Fitwel Ambassador is an advocate, leader, and innovator in sustainable design. She believes that architects have a social responsibility to provide better, healthier, more sustainable buildings that improve the lives of occupants and communities. Kate utilizes her expertise in building performance through energy, material transparency, indoor environment, and resilience to work with the design team and the community to create high-performing schools.
Scott Pollack is a principal at Arrowstreet who excels at developing design solutions for contradictory constraints. Scott is responsible for some of the firm’s most complex developments; guiding these challenging projects through planning and approvals. He has also been instrumental in leading Arrowstreet’s planning for the U.S. military aims to improve health outcomes and create a healthier environment for military members and their families. Scott strives to use architecture to meaningfully impact people’s lives, which is evident in his design work as well as his philanthropic involvement.
ARCHITECTURAL AND USER INTERFACE DESIGNER
Kachina Stüder is a Mixed Reality User Experience Strategist & Product Development Lead at Arrowstreet, a Boston-based architecture and design firm. With a dedication to the design field and experience in Unity Development for flexible environments, she leads the Mixed Reality Research for AIR. Her work focuses on the nexus of mixed reality in architectural domains and future of design practices.
ARCHITECTURAL AND USER INTERFACE DESIGNER
Kat Schneider is an architectural and user interface designer with a deep interest in computational design and immersive technologies. She plays a key role in VR/AR research at Arrowstreet and has facilitated the development of Arrowstreet’s Innovation + Research Lab (AIR). This work has allowed the firm to cultivate innovative ways to enhance the design process, streamline cross-platform workflows, and expedite design documentation and enhance client interaction.
David Bois AIA, LEED AP, has developed an expertise in mixed-use, residential, and hospitality projects including complex public/private development partnerships. He strives to balance quality in design with the realities of budget, construction, and emerging technology, and has championed the use of Building Information Modeling (BIM) and Virtual Reality (VR) as design tools in Arrowstreet’s practice. David has led the firm in creative custom fabrications from kinetic façades to the custom soffit installations.
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