Urban Design and Brutalism

Part One

Known for its use of functional reinforced concrete and steel, and a signature utilitarian feel, Brutalist Architecture in its heyday was seen primarily in institutional buildings - museums, schools and courthouses.

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Event Description

Jessamyn Davis and Andy Lantz


Talk topic: “Radical Participation – activating not dictating”

Co-CEOs Jessamyn Davis and Andy Lantz from the international design collective RIOS will discuss the importance of radical participation within a design firm. They will address topics such as what a 21st-century design business looks like, why the vision of a single-led company is dated, and how to reframe and embrace the challenges of succession plans to empower a multi-generational transition. Jessamyn and Andy will share examples of how harnessing your team's superpowers and leaning into risk-taking to address discomfort head-on create opportunities to build an action-oriented culture led with humanity.

OverUnder Podcast

Mark Pasnik and Chris Grimley are Principals at Boston’s OverUnder, a multi-disciplinary practice with expertise in architecture, urban design, graphic identity and publications. This session will specifically highlight two projects – Boston City Hall Conservation Management Plan and ArtFarm, with a focus on building preservation and brutalist architecture.

We speak with OverUnder Principals, Mark Pasnik and Chris Grimley. Mark and Chris are joining us from their Boston practice to discuss their work, in particular around the Boston City Hall Conservation Management Plan and Somerville ArtFarm.

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