In the year since the Boston Public Library’s revitalized Johnson Building reopened to the public, the renovation project has amassed a collection of design and construction […]
Thursday, June 8 marks architect Frank Lloyd Wright’s 150th birthday. While many of his modern creations are found in the Midwest, New Englanders who’d like to celebrate Frank Lloyd Wright’s birthday […]
Boston’s hodgepodge of architectural styles—Brutalist, Federal, old, new—is worth celebrating every day, but this weekend, Boston architecture gets its own festival. Common Boston 2017, the city’s […]
There are 37 majestic mansions and estates operated by Historic New England throughout the region, and this Saturday, 33 of them are waiving admission fees. Every […]
Did you know the Longfellow Bridge was named after Henry Wadsworth Longfellow because he often crossed it to court his future wife, Fanny? There’ll be plenty more historical […]
This charming red house for sale near the Arnold Arboretum isn’t your average Cape. It was built in 1962 and designed by Royal Barry Wills, the […]
What’s up with that Harvard Lampoon building?
For some, the term “inflatable structure” may conjure images of bouncy castles. But for others, inflatable structures are a key part of a functioning utopia. A new exhibit […]