Architecture

Home & Property

Golden Years

A Gilded Age Federal-style masterpiece in Newton.

Home & Property

Paradise Found

With the help of Cambridge-based architect Maryann Thompson, a Boston couple transforms an old New England saltbox into a dream home.

Home & Property

Showcasing Emerging Design Talent

The third installment of Design Biennial Boston opened with panache on Thursday evening, February 21, at BSA Space, the concrete and steel architectural headquarters in […]

Arts & Entertainment

Local Artist Max Mattei Photographs the Alphabet in Boston

Boston from A to Z in “Boston Alphabet” by Max Mattei. See anything familiar? Artist Max Mattei, a Massachusetts native who currently resides in Plymouth, […]

Into the Light

A couple transforms a 19th-century Beacon Hill townhouse into a contemporary masterpiece. Looking for a home as sophisticated as they are, the mathematical physicist couple realized that they would have to create their vision.

City Life

Old-Fashioned Spunk and Potential New Fortune: The Ellis Boston Antiques Show

An exceptional French Louis XV period “Sauteuse,” c. 1750, with grey marble top and featuring tinted burlwood drawer fronts, cubic parquetry sides and gilt-bronze mounts […]

Arts & Entertainment

The South Shore Gets a New Arts Hub

Photo by Jim Abts A new arts season is upon us, as it is every fall, but this year is different on the South Shore, […]

City Life

Proposed Financial District Skyscraper Would Rival City's Tallest

The tower formerly known as Steve Belkin’s 2006 high-rise is in the early stages of development once again. Though its height clocks in at 700-800 […]

City Life

Proposed Financial District Skyscraper Would Rival City's Tallest

The tower formerly known as Steve Belkin’s 2006 high-rise is in the early stages of development once again. Though its height clocks in at 700-800 […]

City Life

Proposed Financial District Skyscraper Would Rival City's Tallest

The tower formerly known as Steve Belkin’s 2006 high-rise is in the early stages of development once again. Though its height clocks in at 700-800 […]

City Life

A 'Few Lonely Cranks' Aren't to Blame

In his article, Growing Pains: Why Must a Few Lonely Cranks Decide the Future of Boston’s Buildings?, Northeastern University School of Architecture director George Thrush […]

City Life

A 'Few Lonely Cranks' Aren't to Blame

In his article, Growing Pains: Why Must a Few Lonely Cranks Decide the Future of Boston’s Buildings?, Northeastern University School of Architecture director George Thrush […]

City Life

A 'Few Lonely Cranks' Aren't to Blame

In his article, Growing Pains: Why Must a Few Lonely Cranks Decide the Future of Boston’s Buildings?, Northeastern University School of Architecture director George Thrush […]

City Life

Here's Something You Don't See Very Often in Somerville

(Image courtesy of Maxwell’s Green.) Maxwell’s Green, a new LEED-certified apartment complex in Somerville, does more than put in some low-flow toilets and bamboo flooring […]

City Life

Here's Something You Don't See Very Often in Somerville

(Image courtesy of Maxwell’s Green.) Maxwell’s Green, a new LEED-certified apartment complex in Somerville, does more than put in some low-flow toilets and bamboo flooring […]