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 […]
Dozens of free architecture tours are happening throughout the month of May. This is not a drill. May 1st marks the beginning of Historic Preservation Month: […]
There’s a lot to pay attention to when it comes to architecture in Boston, so like any good group of visual thinkers, the Boston Society of […]
Before architects Antón García-Abril and Débora Mesa built this shining modern home on a quiet street in Brookline, the small plot of land was home […]
A line at least 10 people deep stretched down Hull Street on Sunday—all of them eager to peek inside the Skinny House. Others who happened […]
Before Littleton-based Triumph Modular begins a construction project, it needs to have all of the pieces. Then, much like building a Lego house, those pieces […]
ZeroEnergy Design creates an eco-friendly home that fits right into a traditional Wellesley neighborhood.