Utile welcomes NUSoA Director’s first year students

Utile was thrilled to host 31 young architecture students from the School of Architecture at Northeastern University (NUSoA) for an office visit and impromptu construction document lesson this week; the tour and presentation were led by Utile designers and NUSoA Lecturers Charlotte Lipschitz and Daphne Binder, who are both currently teaching at Northeastern. Associate Professor and School Director Dan Adams brought his ARCH 1000 class to visit the office as part of the course’s highly experiential pedagogy, which introduces first year architecture students to critical issues, sites, practices, and institutions in Boston’s design landscape.