Common Wealth, edited by Edward Mitchell, features the work of the Post-Professional Design Studios, taught by Fred Koetter, Ed Mitchell, and Aniket Shahane (’05). The studios examined the impact of recent growth in greater Boston at three sites: Fort Point Channel, Central Square, and City Hall. Boston is transforming its seemingly staid identity as a city of neighborhoods into a more metropolitan place. With essays by Edward Mitchell, Brian Healy (’81), Kishore Varanasi, Tim Love, Aniket Shanane, and Ila Berman, the book focuses on Boston’s newest forms of urbanism, the architectural context of the city, and future growth. The book is distributed by Actar-D.