“Regardless of athletic conference or project budget, it’s important to understand the fan’s perspective attending an event at the arena.”

SLAM kicks off the 2024 year with 33 leadership promotions

The S/L/A/M Collaborative has announced the promotion of new Principals and Shareholders, Associate Principals, Corporate Market Leaders, Senior Associates and Associates.

SLAM Joins Interior Design’s 30 Under 30 Class in Boston

The awards program recognizes young professionals in the design industry and provides networking and programming for career advancement.

Preservation and Adaptive Reuse at the University of Michigan

The university celebrated its culture and encouraged a cultural shift by leveraging a fresh approach to its heritage.

SLAM and Baylor College of Medicine Reveal Design for the Lillie and Roy Cullen Tower

At 11 floors and over half a million square feet, the new tower will be prominently positioned adjacent to the Texas Medical Center Helix Park in Houston.

What Story Do You Want to Tell?

Interior designers do much more than selecting paint colors and finishes. We are not decorating a space, we’re designing it to meet specific functions and user needs, complimenting the building architecture and telling a story about our clients in the process.

These Are a Few of Our Favorite Things

SLAM’s Karen Parzych, Emily Leyland and Steve Boehm reflect on five of their favorite features of the new University of Houston Fertitta College of Medicine Building.

Working Wellness into School Facilities: 4 Trends

Given the protracted COVID-19 pandemic and already palpable environmental changes from global warming, it’s no wonder that independent schools are increasingly embracing wellness and sustainability on their campuses. Schools are considering programs and spaces that help prepare students for a future that prioritizes a holistic approach to healthy life choices. – Tracy Herzer

SLAM a 2022 Palladio Award winner

SLAM (The S/L/A/M Collaborative) has earned the prestigious Palladio Award in the New Design and Construction – more than 30,000 sq. ft. category for the Thomas and Donna May College for Arts & Sciences at Stonehill College in Easton, Massachusetts. This award builds on SLAM’s long history in the preservation of classical architecture across numerous academic campuses nationwide.

Next Frontier of Prefabrication

A convergence of technology, manufacturing, modular design, and prefabrication is rendering creative solutions that highlight the use of parametric software as the next frontier in rapid outpatient facility deployment. – Keith Fine, AIA and Patricia Betzhold