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Architecture

We have an infinite drive to solve complex architectural design problems. But problems are best solved when we listen before we lead. We are built around the exact services our clients need to take a project from concept to completion and do it beautifully.

Getting there is a journey of inquisitive discovery, an immersive process that delivers meaningful places and measurable outcomes. Our designers engage in critical design dialogue to harvest the best ideas that translate into our clients’ reality.  Our clients are continuously evolving and together we approach each opportunity by confronting the greatest challenges, finding the greatest inspiration, and discovering transformative solutions where creativity in architectural design enriches lives.

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WORK

Check out some samples of our work below.

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University of Notre Dame
Campus Crossroads Project
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BELIMO Americas
North American Headquarters
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St. Timothy’s School
The Gerry Sisters Five Arts and Student Center
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SLAM and Trinity College partner on new Hartford Innovation Center

HARTFORD, Conn., June 2, 2020 – The S/L/A/M Collaborative (SLAM) is proud to announce the successful completion of Trinity College’s new Innovation Center at One Constitution Plaza in downtown Hartford, Connecticut, across from the school’s Liberal Arts Action Lab. SLAM’s design-build team partnered with the College to help envision a space for boundary-crossing collaboration and creativity, and home to the academic/corporate partnership with InfoSys, a Digital Health CT accelerator, and new innovation and entrepreneurship programs for students.

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SLAM completes fitness center renovations at The Gunnery

Glastonbury, Conn., May 12, 2020 The S/L/A/M Collaborative and Construction Services (SLAM) is proud to announce the successful completion of a new fitness space, the Emerson Fitness Center, for The Gunnery, a co-ed boarding and day school for students in grades 9-12 located in Washington, Connecticut.

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Carlo Scarpa: The Forgotten Master

Carlo Scarpa was endearingly called “Professor” and ironically, I have learned a great deal from his teachings, his drawings, and his work. His admiration for how the passage of time and nature are intertwined is to be revered. Perhaps, because he was a Venetian, Scarpa was extremely thoughtful in the study of water, the landscape and ground plane, and it’s influences on architecture.  

CAREERS

We’re always on the lookout for talent in our areas of expertise. Check out some of our current openings below.

Science and Technology Architect
Boston, MA; Glastonbury, CT
Staff Architect
Los Angeles, CA
Project Architect
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