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ARCHITECT,Innovative Detail: R.W. Kern Center’s Minimalist Timber Structure,” December 2018
ARCHITECT, Redefining the Green Campus: Hampshire College’s Kern Center is a Living Building Success Story,” November, 2018
Richard A. & Susan F. Smith Campus Center Opens,” November 2018
Boston Globe,
“In Adventurous Building, Harvard Gets a ‘Front Door’ Open to the Public,” October 2018
Azero (Italy), R.W. Kern Center, Amherst, MA: Higher Education Building in the USA,” September 2018
Architect’s Newspaper, A Former Connecticut Factory Will Transform Into a Job Incubator,” September 2018
Boston Globe,
Nahita opens, and Students Hit the Jackpot at Harvard’s Smith Campus Center,” September 2018
Cambridge Day,
Look Inside Harvard’s New Smith Center,” September 2018
Eater Boston,
Harvard’s Renovated Smith Center is Filled with Popular Dining Options,” September 2018
The Harvard Crimson,
With Sunflowers and Snacks, Smith Center Opens its Doors,” September 2018
University Business,
Campus Construction Instruction,” August 2018
Curbed Boston,Harvard’s Smith Campus Center Set to Reopen in September After Renovations,” August 2018
Trim Tab, We Are Made For This: The Opportunity of Regenerative Design in Higher Education,” August 2018
Looking for a Unique Summer Getaway? An Unconventional Museum Awaits in the Berkshires,” June 2018
The Harvard Gazette,
Harvard Through Drew Faust’s Eyes,” June 2018
The Harvard Gazette,
In Our Common Spaces Lie Uncommon Opportunities,” June 2018
Building Design + Construction,The Great Indoors,” June 2018
Yale Divinity School News,Key Gift Propels Next Step in YDS ‘Living Village’ Project,” June 2018
AJC.com,The Second Lives of Sears Buildings,” June 2018
The Harvard Crimson, Inside Harvard’s New ‘Front Door’: The Smith Campus Center,” May 2018
New England Real Estate Journal, Hampshire College and Bruner/Cott Architects Earn Living Building Certification for R.W. Kern Center,” May 2018
Cultured Magazine,
Forward Thinking,” May 2018
World Architects,
R.W. Kern Center,” April 2018
Hampshire College’s R.W. Kern Center Is a Living Building,” April 2018
Building Design + Construction,Hampshire College is Home to the Largest Living Certified Higher Education Project in the World,” April 2018
School Construction News, “Hampshire College Earns Living Building Certification for R.W. Kern Center,” April 2018
Engineering.com, “Largest Higher Education Project Receives Living Building Certification,” April 2018
Building Enclosure, College Earns Living Building Certification,” April 2018
Living Future, Certified Living Case Study: R.W. Kern Center,” April 2018
Cape Cod Times,Student Surge at MMA Sparks Housing Expansion,” April 2018
High Profile, Harvard University’s Ray Lavietes Basketball Pavilion Revitalized,” March 2018
Seacoast Online,
McIntyre Building Ideas: Public Plazas, Markets,” March 2018
Building Design + Construction,
The Second-Oldest Basketball Arena in NCAA Division I Receives $15.5 Million Update,” March 2018
Children’s Museum & Theatre’s $14M Expansion Advances at Thompson’s Point,” March 2018
West Hartford News,
Factories Finding New Life as Offices, Homes,” February 2018
The Harvard Gazette,
Smith Campus Center First-Floor Food Vendors Named,” February 2018
dezeen,10 Museums That Are Worth a Visit for the Interiors Alone,” January 2018
Wicked Local, Cambridge, More Affordable Housing Projects like Frost Terrace Needed,” January 2018
Living Building Chronicle,
Five Green Building Trends for 2018” January 2018
ARCHITECT Magazine, The R.W. Kern Center’s Minimalist Timer Structure” January 2018
Design New England, The Magic of MASS MoCA” January 2018


High Profile, Bruner/Cott Project Gets Best of Design Award” December 2017
iBerkshires, MASS MoCA’s Building 6 Named Building of the Year” December 2017
University Trends: Contemporary Campus Design, 2nd Edition, The Powerhouse at Amherst College” December 2017
The Boston Globe, Huntington Theatre Gains New Home as Tower Project Wins Approval” December 2017
International Living Future Institute, Creating Biophilic Buildings” November 2017
Making Buildings Last, Hampshire College Defies Amenities Arms Race with R.W. Kern Center,” October 2017
Cision, MASS MoCA Becomes the Country’s Largest Contemporary Art Museum…” October 2017
Domus (Italy), Building 6,” September 2017
Architecture Boston, “Reuse, Recycle, Reenergize,” September 2017 (author: Henry Moss, AIA, LEED AP, Principal)
Boston Real Estate Times, Boston’s Tangible History in 5 Adaptive Reuse Projects,” September 2017
Architecture & Design, Sustainable Education Projects in the U.S. We Can All Learn From,” August 2017
Dallas News, MassMoCA: What Dallas Can Learn from a Museum in Rural Massachusetts,” August 2017
National Trust for Historic Preservation, The Patina Behind the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art,” August 2017
Boston Globe, Moon Bar Opens This Week Below the Mooncusser Fish House,” August 2017
PBS, Can a Contemporary Art Mecca Anchor This Once-Industrual Town?” August 2017
Topic Architecture, How Colleges and Universities are Investing in Energy Efficiency,” July 2017
Artsy,These Architects Are Transforming the Way We Experience Art,” July 2017
Preservation Magazine, “A Contemporary Art Museum Leverages Its Historic Roots,” July 2017
Architectural Record, “MASS MoCA by Bruner/Cott,” July 2017
Metropolis, “MASS MoCA’s Latest Addition Gives Transformative Re-Use an Epic Stage,” June 2017
Boston Globe, “The mecca at Mass MoCA,” June 2017
New York Times, “A Museum Where Giant Art Has Room to Breathe,” May 2017
Boston Globe, “With Expansion, MASS MoCA Enters New Era,” May 2017
Curbed, “Can contemporary art help revitalize rural America,” May 2017
The Berkshire Eagle, “Building 6: A sublime intersection of art, architecture, and nature,” May 2017
ArtNet, “MASS MoCA Just Became One of America’s Largest Museums,” May 2017
National Geographic, Top 10 Green Buildings of 2017,” April 2017
Architect Magazine, “AIA Announces 2017 AIA COTE Top Ten Green Projects,” April 2017
Architects Newspaper, “Large MoCA to Stay,” April 2017
Archello, “Waltham Watch Factory” April 2017
Amherst College, “From Coal to Soul,” Amherst College Powerhouse, April 2017
Architectural Digest, “The Art Capital of New England is a Former Factory Town,” April 2017
dezeen, “Bruner/Cott further expands MASS MoCA Art Musem in the Berkshires,” March 2017
Boston Globe, “Lifting the Veil on MASS MoCA’s Expansion,” March 2017
FES Magazine, “Kern Kafe offers a welcome support at Hampshire College,” March 2017
The Alt, “Massive Undertaking,” MASS MoCA Phase III, January 2017
Boston University School of Law, “BU Law Complex Earns LEED Gold Certification,” January 2017
Lesley University, “Lunder Arts Center recognized for its ‘green’ design with LEED Gold certification,” January 2017
Architizer, “Repurposed Architecture,” Amherst College Powerhouse, January 2017


MASS MoCA, “Building 6 Architecture,” December 2016
Net Zero Buildings, “Project Zero: R.W. Kern Center,” Hampshire College, November 2016
High Profile, “Kern Center to be Self-Sustaining,” Hampshire College, R.W. Kern Center, November 2016
New York Times,Can You Solve This Building?” Hampshire College, R.W. Kern Center, November 2016
Architectural Record,Sustainable Campus Development,” November 2016
World Architecture News, “Learning from Experience,” Hampshire College, R.W. Kern Center, October 2016
Building Design + Construction, “Net-Zero Energy Design and the Living Building Challenge,” by Jason Forney and Sara Draper, September 2016
High Profile, “Bruner/Cott First to Receive JUST label,” June 2016
do.co,mo.mo_us,Saving and Reimagining Modern Academic Buildings,” by Leland Cott, FAIA, April 2016
High Profile,Hampshire College Campus Center to be LBC Certified,” R.W. Kern Center, Hampshire College, April 2016
MASSLIVE,Photo Tour of Hampshire College’s Living Building,” April 2016
Architect’s Newspaper,Retrofit Mania“, Bruner/Cott’s 20th century modern renovations, April 2016
Architect Magazine, University of Georgia Bolton Dining Commons, April 2016
Architect Magazine, Richard A. and Susan F. Smith Campus Center at Harvard University, April 2016
Architect Magazine, “The Watch Factory,” Waltham Watch, April 2016
Contract Magazine, “Lunder Arts Center,” Lesley University, March 2016
Preservation Magazine,Students Let Off Steam…,” Amherst College, Powerhouse, March 2016
Boston Globe,The Right Environment,” Hampshire College, R.W. Kern Center, February 2016
Masonry Design,A Fresh Equation for Campus Dining,” University of Georgia, Bolton Commons February 2016


BU Today, “Amazing” Law Tower Renovation Complete, BU School of Law, September 2015
Architecture Boston,A Good Death?” by Jason Forney AIA LEED AP, September 2015
Architect Magazine, Brigham and Women’s Hospital Cafeteria Renovation, September 2015
College Planning and Management, Lesley University, Lunder Arts Center, August 2015
Concrete Construction, Amherst College, Powerhouse, August 2015
Foodservice Equipment and Supplies, “Bolton Dining Enhances Campus life at UGA, University of Georgia, Bolton Commons, July 2015
High Profile, Lesley University, Lunder Arts Center, Spring 2015
Masonry Design, “Bruner/Cott’s Lunder Arts Center Completed,” Lesley University, Lunder Arts Center, Spring 2015
Learning by Design, UGA Bolton Commons, UMass Amherst Blue Wall featured in Architectural Showcase, Spring 2015
The Architect’s Newspaper,Alterations Turn Steam Plant Inside Out,” Amherst College, Powerhouse, March 2015
The Architect’s Newspaper, “Renovations Help MASS MoCA Become the Nation’s Largest Contemporary Art Museum,” MASS MoCA, March 2015
Architizer, Amherst College, Powerhouse Student Event Space, March 2015
Preservation Massachusetts, “Success Story Sunday,” The Watch Factory, March 2015
The Harvard Crimson, Harvard University, Richard A. and Susan F. Smith Campus Center, January 2015
Foodservice Equipment and Supplies, UMass Amherst, Blue Wall at Lincoln Campus Center, January 2015
Harvard Gazette, Harvard University, Richard A. and Susan F. Smith Campus Center, January 2015
e-architect, University of Georgia, Bolton Commons, January 2015
e-architect, Amherst College, Powerhouse Event Space, January 2015
e-architect, Boston University, Sumner M. Redstone Building, January 2015


Building Design & Construction, University of Georgia, Bolton Commons, New Projects Portfolio, December 2014
Architectural Record, “Sert Re-Asserted,” Boston University School of Law, November 2014
Art in America, “MASS MOCA Doubles Size, Hosts Projects by Turrell, Holzer, Laurie Anderson, ” MASS MoCA, November 2014
Berkshire Fine Arts, “Architect Simeon Bruner on MASS MoCA,” MASS MoCA, November 2014
New York Times, “Vast Space and Art to Fill It,” MASS MoCA, November 2014
Boston Globe, “MASS MoCA Unveils Expansive Vision,” MASS MoCA, November 2014
WBUR The Artery, “MASS MoCA Plans Giant, Long-Term Exhibits by Turrell, Rauchenberg, Holzer,” MASS MoCA, November 2014
American School and University, Architectural Portfolio, “Outstanding Design Award,” Vanderbilt University, Alumni Hall, November 2014
Boston Globe, “$19M Dining Renovation Completed,” UMass Amherst, Blue Wall, September 2014
High Profile, “UMBA Completes Dining Renovation at UMass Amherst,” UMass Amherst, Blue Wall, September 2014
College Planning & Management, “Green Dining at Boston University,” Boston University, Marciano Commons, August 2014
Building Design & Construction, Vanderbilt University, Alumni Hall, Bronze Award, August 2014
Metropolis Magazine Blog, “New York’s Twilight Zone: Inside Roosevelt Island,” August 2014
High Profile Monthly, “Lunder Arts Center Tops Off,” Lesley University, Lunder Arts Center, July 2014
e-architect, “Charles River Watch Factory Redevelopment,” The Watch Factory, July 2014
GreenSource, “School of Thought,” Hampshire College, R.W. Kern Center, June 2014
Harvard Gazette, “Early Outlines for Smith Center,” Harvard University, Smith Campus Center, May 2014
Campus Dining Today, interview with Dana Kelly and Bob Simmons, “Architects’ Perspectives: Designing in 2014,” May 2014
Campus Dining Today, “Campus Dining by Design,” Vanderbilt University’s Bamboo Bistro, May 2014
Campus Dining Today, “Nourishing Students in Multiple Ways,” University of Chicago’s Bartlett Hall, May 2014
The Architect’s Newspaper, “Sert-ified,” Boston University School of Law, February 2014
Food Management, Vanderbilt University Alumni Hall, “Vanderbilt Debuts Two New Eateries,” February 2014


The Record, Boston University School of Law, “Building our Future” interview with Leland Cott, Fall 2013
Old Buildings, New Forms, by Francoise Bollack, MASS MoCA, November 2013
Environmental Design & Construction, Boston University, Center for Student Services, “The Center of Attention,” August 2013
EcoStructure, Harvard University, Blackstone Office Renovation, “Continuous Study,” August 2013
Food Management, Boston University, Marciano Commons, “Onsite Project Showcase,” January 2013
Learning by Design, Boston University, Center for Student Services, “Grand Award – New Construction,” January 2013


EcoStructure, Macalester College, Institute for Global Citizenship, “The Envelope, Please,” December 2012
San Francisco Chronicle, Fort Mason SF, “Unique looks in Fort Mason design contest,” December 2012
Metropolis Magazine, Blog Series, “Icon or Eyesore?” November 2012
Architectural Record, Harvard GSD, “The Architecture of Architecture Schools,” November 2012e-architect (UK), Boston University, BU Center for Student Services, October 2012
inhabitat, Boston University, “New Center for Student Services is a Sustainable Gateway for BU,” September 2012
BU Today, Boston University, Center for Student Services, September 2012
Boston Globe, 1282 Boylston Street, “BRA approves project,” September 2012
San Francisco Chronicle, Fort Mason Competition, “3 Teams vie to re-do Fort Mason,” July 2012
Metropolis, Blog Series, ‘Icon or Eyesore?’, June 2012
Building Design & Construction, Muhlenberg College, “Creating a Living Room on Campus,” June 2012
Greensource, MIT E60, “Inward Looking: At MIT, a design team strives to build a better historic masonry envelope,” June 2012


New England Real Estate Journal, MIT Sloan School of Management, “Green Building Project Spotlight,” December 16, 2011
AIArchitect, Finca Vigia, Hemingway House, “Historic Preservation might be the key to Cuban-American relations,” December 2, 2011
The Boston Globe, Brandeis University, “Rose Art Museum revival, anniversary,” October 23, 2011
Journal Gazette, Finca Vigia, “Preserving Hemingway’s house in Havana,” October 2011
Architecture Boston, Jason Forney, AIA, LEED interviews Building Science Corporation, “If Walls Could Talk: The Science of Building,” Fall 2011
National Geographic, Harvard University Blackstone Renovation, “Water-Chilled Spaces,” August 2011
The Architect’s Newspaper, Peddocks Island, “Shuttered Island,” March 2011
The Boston Globe, MIT Sloan School of Management, “MITs Sloan Building Appealing, Not Audacious,” by Robert Campbell January 2011
The Boston Globe, Peddocks Island, “Shuttered Island,” February 2011


The Boston Globe, MIT Sloan School of Management, “New Building for MIT’s Business School,” September 2010
Building Design & Construction, The Watch Factory, 27th Annual Reconstruction Awards Issue October 2010
Environmental Design & Construction, Macalester College, Institute for Global Citizenship, “Global Leadership” September 2010
New England Real Estate Journal, The Watch Factory, “Watch Factory Offices Defy Real Estate Trends” September 2010
Redeveloping Industrial Sites: A Guide for Architects, Planners and Developers, Boott Mill, Crown and Eagle, MASS MoCA, Piano Craft Guild, by Carol Berens; John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2010
Sustainable Preservation: Greening Existing Buildings, Harvard University Blackstone Office Renovation, by Jean Carroon; John Wiley & Sons, 2010
ReVista: Harvard Review of Latin America, “Havana Modern: Envisioning a 20th Century Preservation District,” by Leland Cott, Spring/Summer 2010


ACUI Bulletin, Macalester College and University of Maine, “Architectural Portfolio Awards 2009,” November 2009
American School & University, University of Maine and Macalester College “Architectural Portfolio Awards 2009,” November 2009
The Chronicle Review: Architecture Issue, University of Maine / Wells Commons, March 2009
Createquity.com Arts Policy Library, “MASS MoCA and the revitalization of North Adams,” December 2009
Museumania: Museus de Hoje, Modelos de Ontem (Today’s Museums, Yesterday’s Models), by Nuno Grande (Portugal), MASS MoCA, 2009


ACUI Bulletin, Vanderbilt University / Commons Center, “Renovation & Construction Showcase,” January 2008
Almanac of Architecture & Design, Harvard University / Blackstone Office Renovation, “Chapter 5: Sustainable/Green Design,” 2008
Architectural Record, MASS MoCA Sol LeWitt Gallery, “A Show for the Generations,” November 2008
Boston Globe, MASS MoCA Sol LeWitt Gallery, “Vast LeWitt Show,” November 2008
TIME Magazine, Vanderbilt University / Commons Center, “A Frosh New Start,” October 2008
The Chronicle Review: Architecture Issue, Vanderbilt University / Commons Center, “New Campus Architecture,” March 2008
Environmental Design & Construction, Harvard University / Blackstone Office Renovation, “The Green Building Revolution Accelerates,” February 2008
Green Building Through Integrated Design, by Jerry Yudelson, Greensource Books September 2008
GreenSource Magazine, Harvard University / Blackstone Office Renovation, “Boston’s Green Revolution,” November 2008
Maintenance Solutions Magazine, Harvard University / Blackstone Office Renovation, “Sustainability Standard,” January 2008
The New York Times, MASS MoCA / Sol LeWitt Gallery, “Now in Residence: Walls of Luscious Austerity,” December 2008
Preservation of Modern Architecture, by Theodore H.M. Prudon, FAIA, John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2008
TIME Magazine, MASS MoCA / Sol LeWitt Gallery, voted “Number 1 Art Exhibit in the U.S.,” December 2008
Urban Green File, Harvard University / Blackstone Office Renovation, “Green Building Timeline,” February 2008


Boston Globe Magazine, 45 Province Street, “The Manhattanization of Boston,” March 2007
Boston Globe Magazine, Greenway Place, “Views to Thrill,” March 2007
The Green Building Revolution, by Jerry Yudelson and S. Richard Fedrizzi, Island Press, October 2007
GreenSource Magazine, Harvard University / Blackstone Offices, Vanderbilt University / Commons Center, “The Hidden Life of Green,” April 2007


Boston Globe, 45 Province Street, “Reaching for the Sky,” October 2006
Educational Environments No.3, by Roger Yee, University of Chicago / Bartlett Commons, Harvard Universty / University Hall and Harvard Dance Center, Vanderbilt University / Sarratt Student Center, October 2006
The New York Times, MASS MoCA, “Sol LeWitt at MASS MoCA,” October 2006


Boston Globe, 45 Province Street, “Historic Site Regains Stature,” October 2005
Boston Globe, Greenway Place, “Loft Living,” March 2005
Boston Globe, Hemingway House / Finca Vigía, “Sun Also Rises on Hemingway Home,” September 2005
CNN.com, Hemingway House / Finca Vigía, “Hemingway’s Cuba Home on Endangered List,” June 2005


Architectural Record, MASS MoCA: Phase II, “Stage two underway at MASS MoCA,” February 2004
Architectural Record online, MASS MoCA: Phase II, “MASS MoCA To Expand,” January 2004
Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Landmark Center, “City Hall East race heats up,” February 2004
Banker & Tradesman, Channel Center, “Architectural Pioneers Channel Energy into Hub Renovation,” April 2004
High Profile, MASS MoCA: Phase II, “Bruner/Cott Designs MoCA,” January 2004
Illustrated Dictionary of Architectural Preservation, by Ernest Burden, February 2004
The New York Times, Finca Vigía, Cuba, “An Unmovable Feast of Hemingway History Struggles to Survive,” October 2004
Providence Journal, Promenade at the Foundry, “Foundry to Evolve into Luxury Apartments,” May 2004


ACUI Bulletin, “Adaptive Reuse,” by John Rossi, May 2003
ACUI Bulletin, University of Chicago / Bartlett Commons, “Renovation & Construction Showcase,” January 2003
Architecture Boston, University of Chicago / Bartlett Commons, “BSA Honor Award for Design Excellence,” Jan/Feb 2003
Banker & Tradesman, Temple Or Atid, “Bruner/Cott Synagogue Design Shines in Wayland,” February 2003
Contemporary Stone and Tile Design, University of Chicago / Bartlett Commons, “A Gothic Revival in Chicago,” Winter 2003
Modern Steel, University of Chicago / Bartlett Commons, “Updated, not Outdated” by Bob Simmons, February 2003
On-Campus Hospitality, University of Chicago / Bartlett Commons, “Design and Renovation: From Old Gym to Dining Gem,” February 2003
Traditional Building, University of Chicago / Bartlett Commons, “University of Chicago Saves 100-Year-Old Gym,” March/April 2003


American School & University, University of Chicago / Bartlett Commons, “A New Purpose,” December 2002
Architectural Record, University of Chicago / Bartlett Commons, “The University of Chicago Modernizes with $442 Million In Construction Projects,” October 2002
Architecture NOW! (Vol. 2), by Philip Jodidio, Taschen, November 2002
Banker & Tradesman, Channel Center, “Bruner/Cott Designs Expansion,” January 2002
Boston Globe, Channel Center, “Development to put new face on S. Boston area,” May 2002
Food Management, Bartlett Commons, “Higher Expectations in Higher Education,” July 2002
The Wall Street Journal, University of Chicago / Bartlett Commons, “Phi Beta Cafeteria,” November 2002


Boston Globe, Channel Center, “Holding the Fort,” March 2001
Building Design and Construction, Landmark Center, “Landmark Lives On,” October 2001
College Planning and Management, Williams College / Goodrich Hall, “From Chapel to Student Center,” January 2001
Competitions, “Dartmouth Looks to the Future,” Fall 2001
Harvard Magazine, University Hall, “Bulfinch Magic,” May/June 2001
Nikkei Architecture Magazine (Japan), Harvard University / University Hall, “Universal Design and Accessibility: A Case Study of Japan and the United States,” April 2001
Quaderns Magazine (Spain), Mass MoCA, Summer 2001
Recreation Management Magazine, Wellbridge Fitness Center, “The Genesis of Evolving Fitness Center Design,” April 2001
Traditional Building, Harvard University / University Hall, “An Ivy-League Restoration,” November/December 2001
Traditional Building, Harvard University / University Hall, “Opening Doors,” July/August 2001
University Business, “Designer Dorms,” September 2001
Visual Architecture, Vanderbilt University / Sarratt Student Center, Fall 2001


A + T Magazine (Spain), “Notes on MASS MoCA” June 2000
AIArchitect Newsletter, MASS MoCA, “Millennium Rings in with a Record Number of Honors,” February 2000
Architectural Record, MASS MoCA, “Analysis of Tate Modern Museum in Context of Other Spaces Devoted to the Display of Art,” June 2000
l’Architecture d’Aujourd’hui (France), MASS MoCA, “L’effet Berkshire” (The Berkshire Effect),” November 2000
Banker & Tradesman, Landmark Center, MASS MoCA, and Watertown Arsenal, “History Meets Hi-Tech,” June 2000
Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art, “From Mill to Museum” (hardcover book), June 2000
The New York Times, MASS MoCA, “MASS MoCA Boom,” May 2000
Smithsonian, MASS MoCA, “A Unique Home to Cutting Edge Art,” March 2000
World Architecture, MASS MoCA, “Industrial Action,” April 2000


American School & University, Goodrich Hall, “Historical Landmark Revived,” June 1999
Architectural Record, MASS MoCA, “Long in the Making, MASS MoCA Transforms Blue Collar Town,” August 1999
Architecture, MASS MoCA, “An Old Town Stakes its Future on a New Museum,” July 1999
Art New England, MASS MoCA, “MASS MoCA: Berkshire Cathedral,” June/July 1999
Art News, MASS MoCA, “Up and Running After 12 Years,” June 1999
Association of College Unions International, Future Search ’98, “Seminar Searches Future for Issues that Shape Campuses,” January 1999
Banker & Tradesman, MASS MoCA, “Art and Industry Interplay at Massive MASS MoCA,” July 1999
The Berkshire Eagle, MASS MoCA “Art and Urban Renewal,” May 1999
Boston Globe, MASS MoCA, “A ‘Joke’ Becomes a Showpiece,” August 1999
Boston Globe, MASS MoCA, “Art schmart: MoCA itself a marvel,” June 1999
Boston Globe, MASS MoCA, “Getting to Know MASS MoCA,” July 1999
Boston Globe, MASS MoCA, “Massive MoCA,” May 1999
The Boston Herald, MASS MoCA, “A work in progress,” May 1999
The Consultant, Harvard University Kirkland & Eliot House, “Harvard University: On Course for the 21st Century,” November 1999
The Dallas Morning News, MASS MoCA, “Architects kept integrity of mills,” May 1999
Harvard Design Magazine, “Chicago and Beyond: Hope for Housing,” by Leland Cott, Summer 1999
Houser (Germany), “Kunstfabrik in New England (Art Factory in New England),” June 1999
Interiors, MASS MoCA, “MoCA Grande,” August 1999
The New York Times, MASS MoCA, “Art Center Has Room For the Big And the New,” June 1999
The New York Times, MASS MoCA, “Contemporary Art in a Factory Setting,” June 1999
The New Yorker, MASS MoCA, “Minimalism Depot,” August 1999
The New York Times, MASS MoCA, “A New Arts Center Opens Against All Odds,” May 1999
Preservation News, MASS MoCA, “Small Town, Big Time Museum,” March 1999
Time Magazine, MASS MoCA, “Critical MASS,” July 1999
Time Magazine, MASS MoCA, “Going for Mass Appeal,” June 1999
The Wall Street Journal, “MASS MoCA opens to an Art-Hungry Public,” June 1999
The Washington Post, MASS MoCA, “For Big Art, a Gigantic Gamble,” May 1999


Architectural Record, Watertown Arsenal, “Watertown Arsenal Trades Weapons for Offices and Public Park,” May 1998
Architecture Boston, “Unwanted, Unloved: Protecting 20th Century Architecture,” November 1998
Association of College Unions International, Goodrich Hall, Williams College, “Student Opinions Guide Transformation of Historic Chapel,” May 1998
Boston Globe, 1640 Washington Street Housing, “Give them their Daily Housing,” March 1998
Boston Globe, Landmark Center, “Developers Take a New Look at Old Buildings,” November 1998
Nashville Scene, Sarratt Center, Vanderbilt University, “The Center Cannot Hold,” February 1998


AIA Committee on Architecture for Education, “Specialties in Educational Facilities,” June 1997
AIA Historic Resources Committee, “Managing Historic Educational Facilities,” June 1997
Association of College Unions International, Harvard University / Memorial Hall, “Renovation Received National Award,” April 1997
Banker & Tradesman, 1640 Washington Street Housing, “Indigent Elders Get a Home for the Holidays and Beyond,” November 1997
Banker & Tradesman, Harvard University / Memorial Hall, “1997 AIA Award Winner,” February 1997
Boston Globe, 1640 Washington Street Housing, “Historic Haven,” October 1997
Boston Globe, 1640 Washington Street Housing, “Finally a Place to Call Home,” September 1997
Boston Globe, 1640 Washington Street Housing, “A Joint Venture for Homeless Elders,” May 1997
Boston Globe, Hayden Building, “Bank Becomes Tenant in the Combat Zone,” September 1997
Boston Globe, Landmark Center, “Sears Building Sale Completed,” 1997
Boston Globe, Landmark Center, “A Welcome Sequel on Park Drive,” July 1997
Boston Sunday Globe, Memorial Tower / Mount Greylock, “A Monumental Makeover,” October 1997
Boston Sun Transcript, Maverick Square T Station, May 1997
Boston Sun Transcript, Maverick Square T Station, “Citizen Input: Develop Maverick Square for Future,” February 1997
College Services Administration, Vanderbilt University / Rand Hall & Sarratt Center, “Project Definition and Program Planning,” August 1997
On-Campus Hospitality, Memorial Hall, “Architect Institute Honors Harvard’s Memorial Hall,” April 1997


AIArchitect, “The Jury System in Architectural Education,” December 1996
Architectural Record, Harvard University / Memorial Hall, “Harvard Hub Takes on New Aura,” July 1996
Art in America, MASS MoCA, “Back to the Future Again,” October 1996
Boston Globe, Phillips Academy / Abbot Hall, “Jubilant Heights,” November 1996
Boston Sunday Globe, 1640 Washington Street Housing, “Homeless No More,” June 1996
Boston Sunday Globe, MASS MoCA, “North Adams’ Mill of Dreams,” August 1996
CD & E Monthly, Harvard University / Peabody Terrace, “Bruner/Cott Awarded by AIA for Restoration,” January 1996
New England Real Estate Journal, MASS MoCA September 1996


The New York Times, MASS MoCA, “MASS MoCA Revives as Shows Begin,” August 1995


Boston Globe, Hayden Building, “It’s Update Time for the Hayden Building,” October 1994
Progressive Architecture, Peabody Terrace, “Yesterday’s Paradigm, Today’s Problem,” June 1994


Architectural Showcase, The WellBridge Center, June 1993


Boston Globe, Cambridge YWCA, “Project Begins,” November 1991
Boston Globe, Private Residence, “Home of the Week,” December 1991
The Cambridge Chronicle, Cambridge YWCA, “City Architects Worked on Family YWCA,” November 1991
The Cambridge Chronicle, Cambridge YWCA, “Young Women’s Assoc. Opens its New Doors to Community,” September 1991
Middlesex News, Crown & Eagle, “Old Dennison Mill Renovation Could Ignite Downtown Rebirth,” September 1991
Restaurant/Hotel Design International, MIT Faculty Club, “Club Appeal,” February 1991


The Boston Herald, “New Lease on Life for Historic Buildings,” June 1990
Connecticut Magazine, “New Life for Old Mills,” March 1990
New England Architectural Journal, Allegro Restaurant and the Boston Sail Loft, “Move Highly Successful for Two Restaurants,” August 1990
The New York Times, MASS MoCA, “Museum’s Bright Future Grows Dim,” April 1990
The Wall Street Journal, MASS MoCA, “Will Blockbuster Museum get off Drawing Board?”, February 1990


Architectural Record, MASS MoCA, “Massachusetts’s Ambitious MoCA,” November 1989
Boston Globe Magazine, Custom House, “Custom Made,” October 1989
Boston Globe, “931 Mass. Ave.”, August 1989
Boston Globe, Brickbottom Artist Housing, “Brickbottom Blooms,” March 1989
Boston Globe, Custom House, “Plan for People, Not Just Autos,” July 1989
Boston Globe, Washington Elms, “Honoring the Architects of Lower-Priced Housing,” July 1989
Building Design and Construction, 45 Province Street, “Zoning Plan Readies Boston for New Downtown Core,” June 1989
Design Times, 45 Province Street, “Romancing the Stone,” November/December 1989
Design Times, Bruner/Cott Interview, “The Big Picture,” March/April 1989
New England Real Estate Journal, Mystic Views Apartments, “Bruner/Cott Designs Mystic Views Apartments,” August 1989
New England Real Estate Journal, Washington Elms, “BSA’s 1989 Housing Awards Focus on Affordable Housing,” August 1989
New York Times Magazine, MASS MoCA, “A MegaMuseum in a Mill Town?”, March 1989
The Tab, Fenway Housing Complex, “New Fenway Housing Complex Ready,” December 1989


Architectural Record, Washington Elms, “Making it Work,” November 1988
Boston Business Journal, MIT Student Center, “Architecture Changing to Meet Students’ Needs,” November 1988
Boston Globe, Custom House, “The View from Inside the Boom,” January 1988
Boston Globe, Peterborough Street, “The West Fenway is found by Developers,” May 1988
The Boston Herald, MASS MoCA, “Regional Artists Pushing for Role in New Museum,” December 1988
Metropolitan Home, MASS MoCA, “The Met Grill,” April 1988
New England Architectural Journal, 931 Mass Ave., Cover Photo, February 1988


Art News, MASS MoCA, “Thinking Big,” September 1987
Boston Globe, 931 Mass. Ave., “Cambridge Condos Planned,” May 1987
Boston Globe, Brickbottom, “For 91 Artists, Brickbottom is Home,” June 1987
Boston Globe, Custom House, “Holes Abound Downtown, Here’s What’s Filling Them,” March 1987
Boston Globe, The Fensgate, “Conversions That Lead to Housing,” March 1987
The Cambridge Chronicle, 931 Mass Ave., “56-Unit Condo Plan Unveiled,” May 1987
New England Architectural Journal, Fox Properties, “Bruner/Cott & Assoc. Designs Two Projects for Fox Properties,” December 1987
Newsweek, MASS MoCA, “Art Comes to the Rescue,” October 1987
Newsweek, MASS MoCA, “Showing Art with Style,” September 1987
The Tab, 931 Mass. Ave., “Developers Plan 56 Condos for Former Gas Station in Cambridge,” May 1987


Boston Business Journal, Custom House, “Two Dozen Projects Remain in Hub Pipeline,” April 1986
Boston Globe, 125 Summer Street, “$100M Plan Offered for South Station Area,” April 1986
Boston Globe, Crown & Eagle, “A Winning Combination in Uxbridge,” January 1986
Boston Globe, Custom House, “Buildings Proposed Near Custom House,” April 1986
Boston Globe, Washington Elms, “Bruner/Cott Honored,” November 1986
Boston Globe, Windsor Place, “A Blend of Old, New,” November 1986
The Boston Herald, Piano Craft Guild, “Apartments for Art’s Sake,” July 1986
Builder, Washington Elms, “Merit Award,” October 1986
Buildings Design Journal, Custom House, “New Buildings Keep Flavor of Historic Area,” July 1986
Progressive Architecture, Washington Elms, “Privatizing Public Housing,” May 1986


Architecture, Crown & Eagle, “Apartments in a Restored Rural Mill and Intown Farmhouse,” October 1985
New England Real Estate Journal, Linwood Condominiums, “N.E. Financial Resources Loan $6M to Linwood for Condos,” October 1985


Architectural Record, Crown & Eagle, “1984 Awards for Excellence in Architecture,” December 1984
Connecticut Real Estate Journal, Brewery Square, “First Phase of $16M Brewery Square Complete,” March 1984
Boston Globe, Navy Yard Condos, “Construction Start Soon on Elderly Housing at Charlestown Yard,” September 1984
Boston Globe, Navy Yard Condos, “Navy Yard Condos Sell Out,” August 1984
New Haven Advocate, Brewery Square, “Fair Haven River Village Artisans,” August 1984
New Haven Register, Brewery Square, “4 Projects are Honored by Council of Architects,” September 1984
New Haven Register, Brewery Square, “Brewery Project Ignites Hope,” August 1984
The New York Times, Long Wharf, “Mixed Use Project to Start in July,” April 1984


Boston Globe, Krakow Gallery, “New Krakow Gallery has the Feel of New York,” April 1983


Athletic Purchasing & Facilities, Briggs Cage, “Brought Back to Life,” June 1982
Boston Globe, Burberry’s, “A Touch of London Hits Boston,” October 1982
The Harvard Crimson, Briggs Cage, “Athletics for All,” March 1982


Boston Sunday Globe, Rodman Candleworks, “Landmarks Worth Preserving,” May 1981
The Burlington Free Press, Winooski Mills, “There’s Gold in Them Thar Winooski Mills,” April 1981
Evening News, Woodcraft Square, “Dedicating Old Factory as Housing,” November 1981
The Evening Times, Blackstone Falls, “Blackstone Falls Hydro Project a Step Nearer Reality,” June 1981
Progressive Architecture, Rodman Candleworks, “Candleworks Converted,” November 1981


Providence Journal, Blackstone Falls, “Textile Company Plans to Harness Blackstone Power,” April 1980


Bed & Bath Book, by Terrance Conran, Crown Publishers, 1978
Building, A House and Home Guide, Berman House, “Living with Natural Light,” Spring 1978
Casa Vogue, Conde Nast Publications, December 1978
Christian Science Monitor, Blackstone Falls, “New Life down by Old Mill Stream in RI,” March 1978
Process Architecture (Japan), Berman House, “Modern Houses in America,” June 1978
Progressive Architecture, Lowell National Cultural Park, “The Lowell Team,” January 1978
Providence Journal Bulletin, Central Falls, “1849 Textile Mill in Central Falls to be Apartments,” June 1978
Solar Houses: 48 Energy Saving Designs, by Louis Gropp, Pantheon Books, 1978
The Toshi-Jutaku: Urban Housing (Japan), Kajima Institute Publishing Company, No. 128, June 1978


Architectural Record, Berman House, “1977 Houses of the Year,” May 1977
The Boston Globe, “A House that Welcomes the Sun,” November 1977
House & Garden, “Catch the Sun,” Conde Nast Publications Inc., July 1977
Nikkei Architecture (Japan), August 1977
Solar Houses, Berman House, June 1977


House & Home, Gelardin/Bruner/Cott, “Profile of an Unusual Remodeling Company,” October 1976


New York Times Magazine Piano Craft Guild, “Piano Factory in Boston,” January 1975
Preservation News Piano Craft Guild, “Reusing the Past,” April 1975


Boston Sunday Globe Piano Craft Guild, “Novel Rehabilitation Lends New Tone to Piano Factory,” April 1974
Boston Sunday Herald Piano Craft Guild, “Piano Factory Becomes Singular Center for Artists,” April 1974
The Wall Street Journal “Piano Craft Guild,” June 1974


Boston Sunday Globe Piano Craft Guild, “Recycling a Factory,” December 1973


Boston Sunday Globe, “Piano Craft Guild,” June 1972


H & G Guide for Young Living, Private Residence, “Three Stories Open to the Light,” Fall 1971