Stull and Lee Incorporated

architecture + planning

Southwest Corridor Transit Project

As part of a multi-disciplinary team, Stull and Lee defined and coordinated the urban design aspects of Boston’s $800 million Southwest Corridor transit extension. Our role included the development of overall open space and land use concepts, the design of system-wide architectural and urban design components, and design coordination of the eight new stations. Additionally, Stull and Lee designed and detailed the full range of standard station platform components. In 1989 this project was awarded a Presidential Design Award by the National Endowment for the Arts.