What, When, Where: ArchitectureBoston Expo

November 12, 2012

By Lisa Harrison

The Boston Convention & Exhibition Center has had no shortage of noteworthy events on its docket of late. Presidential hopeful Mitt Romney packed up earlier in the week, and just a few short days later, the ArchitectureBoston Expo (ABX) moves in.

The latter is sure to be a winner–whether your preferred color palette is blue or red.

Photo courtesy of ArchitectureBoston Expo

ABX 2012, which is produced by the Boston Society of Architects, is one of the country’s largest events for the design and construction industry.

From November 14 to 16, thousands of pros descend on the city for a regionally focused conference that covers everything from sustainability to building materials and technology.

There will be guided tours that traipse through some of Boston’s most celebrated buildings (including the MassArt Tower Building and the Tea Party Museum); a panel discussion featuring some of the area’s top architecture aces; workshops galore (tracks range from Adaptive Use and Business Matters to Landscape Architecture and Energy); and an exhibit hall with more than 400 vendors on hand.

New England Home, of course, will be there, too. Please stop by our booth (number 259), which is designed by Leslie Fine with furniture generously donated from Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams and rugs from Landry & Arcari.

We hope to see you.

For more information on registration, exhibitors and programming, visit abexpo.com.