Sasaki | Feb 16, 2021

A humanistic approach to data and design in the COVID era

As the COVID crisis continues to disrupt higher education, Sasaki is working with our campus clients on space planning initiatives that harness data to uncover solutions to complex challenges never before faced by college and university leaders.


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Sasaki | Dec 9, 2016

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Sasaki | Jul 1, 2016

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Sasaki | Mar 8, 2016

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Sasaki | Jan 4, 2016

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Sasaki | Mar 18, 2015

Boston selects finalists in resilient design competition

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