The city of Boston has more than 200 city parks, playgrounds and athletic fields — and all for good reason.
Copley Wolff Design Group was contracted to redesign and upgrade Pynchon Park, located between Dwight and Chestnut Sts. in downtown.
Copley Wolff Design Group recently joined the Boston Water and Sewer Commission, Nitsch Engineering, and Recover Green Roofs at Architecture Boston Expo (ABX) to discuss green infrastructure’s role in meeting the city’s goals and protecting Greater Boston from the risks of climate change.
John Copley began working on renovation projects alongside his father, Jack when he was four years old.
Green spaces are more than just curb appeal – they are part of complex ecosystems, benefiting humankind in countless ways that are often invisible to the untrained eye.
Copley Wolff Design Group celebrates the grand opening of the new Caleb Dustin Hunking School in Haverhill.
Copley Wolff Design Group, Arrowstreet and HTM Office, received a Merit Award for their entry for the Architecture at Zero Design Competition. The winning design is titled “Bay Area Transect” and is the design of a science education facility for San Francisco State University’s Estuary and Ocean Science Center in Tiburon, CA.
Copley Wolff Design Group has been selected as part of the design team for the redevelopment of New England’s first public housing complex.