Working with Saltonstall Architects, CBA designed this landscape for a residence in Marion, MA, that sits on the Sippican Neck peninsula. One of our favorite parts of the project was the outdoor living area, which includes a raised bluestone patio and a stone outdoor fireplace, all situated to take advantage of the fantastic harbor views. Pick up a copy of the South Coast Almanac to read more!
CBA has had a fantastic time with the placemaking process for the 289 Derby Street Park project in Salem, MA! This Wednesday is the final event "Party at 289 Derby", from 5-8 at the 289 Derby Street site. This event will be the reveal of the final design for the space, as well as several fun community pop-ups and activitiesRead More
Wednesday 5/24 is the kick off community design event for a new waterfront park at 289 Derby Street in Salem, MA.Read More
The April 2017 Lighting Issue of Landscape Architect and Specifier News features Cremin Playground, in Somerville, MA, a CBA designed project.Read More
The Boston Parks Department has announced Mayor Marty Walsh's 2017 Neighborhood Coffee Hour series schedule. During these events, the Mayor meets with residents at local parks to talk about open space and other needs in the neighborhood. The events double as park openings for newly-renovated parks such as Monsignor Reynolds Playground in the South End (July 18th), which was designed by CBA. Other CBA-designed parks on the schedule include Almont Park in Mattapan and Paris Street Playground in East Boston.Read More
CBA was mentioned in Tournesol Siteworks' blog post about the Sidney Research Campus in Cambridge, MA. The landscape, installed by Brightview, features custom contemporary benches in a linear plaza space. CBA collaborated with Arrowstreet Inc. on the bench design, and the site also includes outdoor ping pong tables, pedestrian scale lighting by Forms+Surfaces, a new Hubway bike share station, and concrete unit pavers by Unilock. Take a look at Tournesol's post for more details and photos!