The BSA Launched a New Boston Architecture Website

The Boston Architecture Diary will catalog architecture and design events in the city.

There’s a lot to pay attention to when it comes to architecture in Boston, so like any good group of visual thinkers, the Boston Society of Architects/AIA decided to organize design-related events into a color-coded online calendar.

Today, the BSA launched the Boston Architecture Diary, a new website dedicated to architecture and design events in the Greater Boston area. The site will exist as a crowdsourced guide to a wide array of events ranging from lectures, exhibitions, debates, conferences, and tours. The events won’t just focus on shining new buildings, either. They’ll run the gamut from talks celebrating Boston’s historic architectural heritage to ones introducing “cutting-edge thinking about the built and natural environment,” according to the society.

The Architecture Diary network was launched in London in 2005 and created a New York Architecture Diary in 2015. The Boston Architecture Diary is the third addition to the network, and comes as a response to the city’s vast amount of design programming. Most of the events in the online diary will be free and all of them will be open to the public.

Architecture admirers of all backgrounds and skill levels are invited to submit to the Boston Architecture Diary for free at