Rachel Slade

Rachel Slade

Executive Editor

Rachel arrived at Boston magazine six years ago, fresh from a career in architecture, to helm its design quarterly, Boston Home, and she continues to run that publication while writing and editing long-form pieces for the monthly. As articles editor, Slade seeks stories that tell us about our city through those who call it home, and she is particularly drawn to people with singular passions, from selling condos to millionaires to mucking about in city politics to practicing percussion 20 hours a day for a shot at the BSO. Not one to sit still for long, she'll happily hop on a horse, motorcycle, plane, or bike, if it'll help the story along, and in her time here, she's done all four. Rachel earned a B.A. in political science from Barnard College, an M.Arch. from the University of Pennsylvania, and built up her writing chops while shelving books at Shakespeare & Co. in NYC, back when that city was nice and gritty.

Rachel Slade'S latest stories

In with the Old

On the market: a quirky multilevel home in the Charles Street Meeting House.

Living Large

Rachel Slade's off-kilter take on hub dwellings.

Golden Years

A Gilded Age Federal-style masterpiece in Newton.

The Slade Index

What’s hot and not in Boston home design.

The Slade Index

What's hot and not in Boston home design.

The Remaking of the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum

A look at how a few forward-thinking board members saved the institution.

Get Your Car On

Tales of Ferraris, Ralph Lauren, and horsepower at the Larz Anderson Museum on March 21.

Let There Be Space

This 19th-century Beacon Hill townhouse is the perfect place for a modern family.

Living Large: Milton Calling

Rachel Slade's off-kilter take on hub dwellings.

The Slade Index

What's hot and not in Boston home design.