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New Stamp Honors the First African-American MIT Graduate

Robert Robinson Taylor, who is the first African American graduate of MIT and believed to be the nation’s first academically trained black architect, was inducted […]

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Why New Boston Looks Like an Office Park

As Mayor Walsh wraps up his first year in office, one way he’d like us to evaluate his tenure thus far is through his cleanup […]

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History Lesson

An old, cramped South End condo gets a 21st-century makeover.

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Throwback Thursday: How Two Massachusetts Towers Became Twins

The South End’s iconic Pine Street Inn has a twin. The yellowish brick structure with its protruding tower looks pretty similar to another one on the […]

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10 Questions With Architect David Hacin

It seems natural for Ivy League-educated architect David Hacin to be the visionary for the Greenway’s newest mixed-use condo and commercial space. The Harvard grad […]

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House of Stone

A modern masterpiece on Martha’s Vineyard gets set in concrete.

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10 Questions with Designer, Architect, and Professor Sean Stewart

The adage “It’s what’s on the inside that counts” is not lost on Sean Stewart. An architect and interior designer by trade, he offers perspectives […]

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BSA Space’s ‘Urban Timber’ Aims to Improve Wood’s Reputation

Wood burns. When placed against steel or concrete, it tends to be thought of as an inferior material due to its combustibility, especially when applied to construction […]

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Cool Spaces! Host Stephen Chung Talks New Show, Boston Architecture

Boston-based architect and teacher Stephen Chung first conceived of his new show Cool Spaces! some eight years ago. “It sort of came out of frustration with people […]

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Curb Appeal: Winter Layers in Jamaica Plain

Functional and chic—this Jamaica Plain exterior proves you can indeed have it all. The front entry boasts smart winter layers, with a beautifully detailed storm […]

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Harvard Art Museums Scheduled to Reopen This Fall

Harvard Art Museums announced yesterday that its massive renovation and expansion at 32 Quincy Street in Cambridge—closed since 2008—will finally reopen to the public on […]

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Modern Viewpoint

A stunning Chappaquiddick abode keeps the Vineyard’s sweeping landscape front and center.

City Life

Architecture School Calls John Hancock Building a ‘Failure By Design’

A San Diego school for architecture has put one of Boston’s most iconic structures on a list of poorly designed buildings over the centuries, comparing […]

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Simply Smart

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

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Golden Years

A Gilded Age Federal-style masterpiece in Newton.