Garage Candy

Some say New England’s back roads are perfectly designed for the vintage roadster. Perhaps that’s why Massachusetts is a hub for auto enthusiasts. To capture this area’s passion for the vintage auto, we asked four Boston-area aficionados to open up their garages and show us some of the most stunning machines ever made.

Features

Let It Be

A family keeps tradition alive in a rambling North Shore summer home.

Departments

Carry On

Frank Clegg crafts luxurious leather goods in his Fall River workshop.

Simply Smart

ZeroEnergy Design creates a house that makes as much as it takes.

Tall Order

We caught up with lawyer-turned-architectural hero Bill Rawn.

Fresh Take

Alina Roytberg’s Brookline home is a study in contrasts.

Metal Music

In the hands of Michael Banner, the traditional silver teapot sheds its stuffy aesthetic.

Also In This Issue

Plum Job

This Gloucester-based artist used fruit stickers to create an intriguing self-portrait.

Modern Oriental

Inspired by the MFA exhibit “Samurai!” this collection of Asian-influenced furnishings and accessories will give your home a worldly finish.

The Grand Tour

A few things to ensure that luxury follows wherever you travel this summer.

Happenings

Where to go and what to read for your summer design fix.

The Gear Hunter

Obsession-inducing objects for the gadget connoisseur.

The Write Stuff

Even in the digital age, the pen is still mightier (and more beautiful) than the mouse.

Weekender: London

With a slew of new design exhibits and hip hotel openings, London Town is a feast for the eyes this summer.

Coming Up Roses

Master the art of flower arranging with these step-by-step instructions from Rose Mattos and Erin Heath, of Somerville’s Forêt Bespoke Floral & Installation Design.

Power Trip

For this fashion historian, a boxy four-seater is the ultimate accessory.