Epstein Joslin Architects

Publications

2012

2011

Look and Listen

2010

Suffolk College Communications

2010 (continued)

2008

  • "Next step for Liu hall starts tomorrow", Jonathan L' Ecuyer, Gloucester Daily Times, January 2

  • "Rockport breaths sigh of relief for performance center", David Rattigan, Boston Globe, June 1

  • "Festival suit settlement: Neighbors bought out for $1.2M", Jonathan L' Ecuyer, Gloucester Daily Times, May 7

  • "Serkin Piano Recital to help fund new Rockport Concert Hall", Helen Marie Casey, Wicked Local Essex, February

  • "My View" column: Town Meeting holds key to Rockport Concert Hall, Barbara Sparks, Gloucester Daily Times, February

2007

  • ENCORE, Spotlight Shines on C. Walsh Theater this Centennial Year, Suffolk Arts + Sciences, Premier Issue, 2007
  • Honor Award, '62 Center for Theater and Dance, Interior Architecture / Interior Design Awards, 2006: The Year in Review, Architecture Boston, Janauary / February
  • "Chamber Music Festival wants to raze existing building for new performance center", Gail McCarthy, Gloucester Daily Times, April
  • "Upward Bound", Bridget Sweeney, Boston Magazine, April
  • "Concert Hall Construction Delayed by Lawsuit", Terry Doyle, Wicked Local Essex, October

2006

  • "Extreme Makeover", The Boston Globe, Wendy Kileen, February
  • "Visiting Professor Chosen to Design Rockport Concert Hall", MIT News Office, and Tech Talk. April
  • "Plans unveiled for performing arts center in Rockport", Steven Rosenberg, Boston Globe, June
  • "Under the Influence", Carolyn Clay, The Phoenix, October 2006

The Epoch Times: Elegant Frugality

2006 (continued)

  • "Ecology is Everywhere These Days", Beverly Creasey, The Theater Mirror, October
  • "Exploring the Laws of Nature and Attraction", Louise Kennedy, The Boston Globe, October
  • "The Ice-Breaker", Will Stackman, Aisle Say Boston, October
  • "Glacially Induced Love", Richard Campbell, Epoch Times, October
  • "Elegant Frugality For The Performing Arts", Interview with Architect Alan Joslin, Richard Campbell, Epoch Times, December
  • IRNE 2006 Nominees for Best Set Design, Stage Source

2005

  • 4.125A Architecture Studio: Building in Landscapes, MIT Open Courseware, Fall
  • Architecture Students design and build homeless shelters, Scott Campbell, Tech Talk, October

2002

  • Ten Landscapes, Stephen Stimson Associates, 2002 Rockport Press 2
  • Uncommon Stained Glass, Peter McGrain, Glass Pres 1
  • "A House Divided", Martha Schindler, Boston Magazine, March 2
  • "House Proud", Boston Magazine, May 2
  • "Steel Pines", Vernon Mays, Architecture, Augus 1
  • "Deborah Epstein Architect, dba Epstein Joslin Architects", Architecture Boston, The Year In Review 2

2001

  • "Treehouse Transformation", Anna Kasabian, Boston Globe Sunday Magazine, April 2
  • Class Architecture, Michael Crosbie, Images Publishin 1

2000

  • "Epstein/Joslin Architects", Architecture Boston, The Year In Review

1999

  • "Supporting Players", Robert Campbell, Boston Globe, Living Section, April

1998

  • "Tanglewood: The Clash Between Tradition and Change", Andrew Pincus 1
  • "Glavin Family Chapel Unites Campus", Melinda Lamb Theodore, Babson Bulletin, Winte 1

Ozawa Hall Architecture

1997

  • The Most Beautiful Villages of New England, Thomas Schactman, Thames and Hudson 1

1996

  • "Fitting Harmony", Nancy Levinson, Architectural Record, May 1

1995

  • The Berkshires, Bill Binzen, Berkshire House Publisher 1
  • "Seiji Ozawa Concert Hall", Bonnie Schwartz, Interiors, January 1
  • "Honorowe Nagrody AIA New England", Katarzyna Pruchla, Architektura, March 1
  • "Seiji Hall", Andrew Pincus, Berkshire, Summer 1
  • "A Center for the Campus", Kristin Cleveland, and Barbara Hall, Keene State Today, Fall 1

1994

  • 'Hall at Tanglewood Named for Seiji Ozawa', The New York Times, April 1
  • "Ozawa Hall at Tanglewood Now a Reality", Richard Dyer, The New York Times, April 1
  • "The New View at Tanglewood", Richard Dyer, The Boston Globe, June 1
  • "Tanglewood's New Concert Hall Redraws the Music Center's Map", The Boston Globe, June 1
  • "Tanglewood's Triumphant Hall", Elizabeth Levitan Spaid, The Christian Science Monitor, June 1
  • "Opening Exercises Held in Ozawa Hall", Andrew Pincus, The Berkshire Eagle, July 1
  • "First Official Event in Ozawa Hall", Richard Dyer, The Boston Globe, July 1
  • "Concocting a Little Chaos in an Architect's Classic Box", James R. Oestreich, The New York Times, July 1
  • "Building the BSO's History: Seiji Ozawa Hall in Context", Richard Dyer, The Boston Sunday Globe, July 1
  • "The Magic of Tanglewood", Ellen Pfeifer, Boston Sunday Herald, July 1
  • "Tanglewood Triumph", Ray Mark Rinaldi, Times Union, July 1994 1
  • "An American-Japanese Medley at Tanglewood", Alison Arnett, The Boston Globe, July 1
  • "Tanglewood Juggles Past, Present with Opening of New Concert Hall", Jeff Donn, Bangor Daily News, July 1

Upward Bound

1994 (continued)

  • "Tanglewood Hits a High Note", Andrew Pincus, The Berkshire Eagle, July 1
  • "Fine Tuning, Rehearsal Augur Well" Andrew Pincus, The Berkshire Eagle, July 1
  • "Tanglewood Plan Enhances Landscape", Charles Bonenti, The Berkshire Eagle, July 1
  • "A Gala in the Name of Ozawa", Richard Dyer, The Boston Globe, July 1
  • "New Ozawa Hall Opens to Future", Richard Dyer, The Boston Globe, July 1
  • "Kirkegaard's Sound Plans for Ozawa Hall", Richard Dyer, The Boston Globe, July 1
  • "Ozawa Hall Opens with Flair", Andrew, Pincus, The Berkshire Eagle, July 1
  • "Tanglewood's New Concert Hall Redraws the Music Center's Map", The Boston Globe, June 1
  • "Tanglewood's Triumphant Hall", Elizabeth Levitan Spaid, The Christian Science Monitor, June 1
  • "Opening Exercises Held in Ozawa Hall", Andrew Pincus, The Berkshire Eagle, July 1
  • "First Official Event in Ozawa Hall", Richard Dyer, The Boston Globe, July 1
  • "Concocting a Little Chaos in an Architect's Classic Box", James R. Oestreich, The New York Times, July 1
  • "Tanglewood, Changed but the Same", Edward Rothstein, The New York Times, July 1
  • "Tanglewood's Music Room", The Boston Globe, July 1
  • "Sounding Out New Ozawa Hall", Richard Dyer, The Boston Globe, July 1
  • "William's Concerto Christens Tanglewood's Ozawa Hall," David Patrick Stearns, USA Today, July 1
  • "Hall Sounds Like a Winner", Shirley Fleming, New York Post, July 1
  • "Celebrating Ozawa Hall", Tim Page, New York Newsday, July 1
  • "New Seiji Ozawa Hall Opens Grandly at Tanglewood", Daniel Webster, The Philadelphia Inquirer, July 1
  • "Summer Music: A New Hall at Tanglewood", Newsweek, July 1
  • "Splendor in the Grass", Peter G. Davis, New York, July 1
  • "Tanglewood's New Hall", Joseph Giovaninni, House Beautiful, August 1

1994 (continued)

  • "Hearing is Believing at Tanglewood's Ozawa Hall", April Austin, The Christian Science Monitor, August 1
  • "A Change of Seasons for the Contemporary in its New Home", Alex Ross, The New York Times, August 1
  • "Bernstein's School", The Economist, August 1
  • "How Tanglewood's New Hall Sounds", Allan Kozinn, The New York Times, August 1
  • "A Work in Progress", Ciba Vaughan, The Boston Globe, September 3
  • "Playing in the Woods, Pianissimo", Adrian Dannatt, Building Design, September 1
  • "An Anarchist Loose Amid the Souvenirs", Mark Swed, The Wall Street Journal, September 1
  • "Residence Halls: Bates College", Architectural Record, November 1
  • "Decorated Shed", M. Lindsay Bierman, Architecture, December 1

1993

  • "New Hall at Tanglewood Starting to Take Shape", Richard Dyer, The Boston Globe, July 1
  • "A New Hall at Tanglewood",Appleton, Linda, The New York Times, July 1

1992

  • Lowell: The Story of an Industrial City, National Park Service 1

1991

  • "Venues", International Arts Manager, September 1
  • "Designs for the Birds", Tania Saison, Design Times, September/October 1
  • "Facing the Past", Nancy Levinson, Architectural Record, October 1
  • Architecture in Perspective VI, 1991, American Society of Architectural Perspectivists 1
  • "Urban Artifact", Modern Steel Construction, December 1

1990

  • "Planning Tanglewood's New Room For Music. Architect Marries Acoustic Needs and Sense of Site", Richard Dyer, The Boston Globe, July 1

1989

  • The Design Process, Ellen Shoshkes, Whitney Library of Design 1
  • "Grand Scale in a Small Space", Sally Clark, House Beautiful, December 3
  • 1 Regarding a project by Alan Joslin as a Principal-in-Charge of Design and/or Project Architect with William Rawn Associates, Architects, Inc.
  • 2 Regarding a project by Deborah Epstein as Principal of Deborah Epstein Architect
  • 3 Regarding a project by Alan Joslin as Principal of Alan Joslin Design
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