The stone mansion pictured above will soon be yours to explore. Built in 1878 for two well-to-do newlyweds—mining engineer William Ellery Channing and heiress Edith Hemenway Eustis—the […]
The study of architecture may conjure images of construction, math, and precision, but an introductory course at Harvard is prepared to introduce architecture to you […]
This massive, more than 14,000-square-foot townhouse for sale in Beacon Hill is an architectural marvel. The crown jewel of the Federal-style manse, though, is its grand […]
A family respectfully renovates a former trucking garage turned modern home originally designed by renowned architect Paul Rudolph.
Libraries have been invaluable and ever-efficient palaces of knowledge for centuries. It’s fitting, then, (and maybe a little meta) that these photos depicting Massachusetts public library designs of the 1960s […]
If you’re afraid downtown Boston is losing its character, consider your fears confirmed. Preservation Massachusetts has released its annual list of historic properties and places that […]
Let there be light in City Hall Plaza. The new architectural lighting installation planned for Boston’s beloved Brutalist building will debut this month at an event […]
Frank Lloyd Wright’s bold approach to architecture has kept him at the forefront of the trade, even almost 60 years after his death. His exquisite homes, museums, offices, and […]