A tiny urban backyard gets a major upgrade.
Scandinavia’s greenest city is a culinary and design destination.
A new home rests lightly on the land, thanks to its cleverly designed structure.
Boston’s highways are stressful, infuriating, and among the most congested in the world. But everything you thought you knew about traffic—and how to fix it—is wrong.
On her path to success and what it’s like to be the only woman in steel-toe boots.
We love our older homes, but sometimes we need a contemporary touch. Here are three projects that show how beautifully traditional houses can accommodate a few bold, new moves.
Since buying their 1907 Italian Renaissance Revival home in 2008, this Newton couple craved a big, modern space where they and their two sons could […]
Architect Maryann Thompson loved the 1860s Cambridge/Somerville six-bedroom home—big enough for her five children, it was packed with potential. And because the house backed up […]
As soon as attorney Chris Hug saw the backyard of this Lincoln property in 1995, he knew the house was for him. Just under an […]
The City Council president talks bicycling and more.
A North Shore master bath gets some symmetry.
Who needs those pesky strollers on the T? Turns out, we all do.
On Thursday night, 1,500 people gathered in a darkened event room at the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center, completely awestruck by the talent and imagination […]
On how the industry has changed and why she hates Pinterest.
Strange Flower by Jennifer Maestre.