Summer 2020 Archives - Boston Magazine

Summer 2020 Issue

Home & Property

Near to One’s Art

A Connecticut couple relocates their family—and extensive contemporary art collection—to a bright and airy new build in Concord.

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Going Coastal

Jill Neubauer Architects designs a glassy abode that puts all eyes on the surrounding landscape.

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Traveling Home

A Newton family brings back the ultimate vacation souvenir—inspiration for their dream house.

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Q&A: Changing Course

Architect Maryann Thompson is on a mission to save the planet, one project at a time.

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New England Made: Breaking the Mold

Ceramicist Elizabeth Benotti shapes blocks of clay into textured homewares in her Maine-based studio.

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Heading Home: Finding Balance

Designer Jeff Swanson blends modern sensibility with antique charm in a converted Beacon Hill schoolhouse.

Home Design

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Editors’ Picks: Rainbow Style

Why choose one accent color when you can have them all?

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Perfect 10: Hold Everything

Stash your stuff in one of these luxe carryalls.

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Editors’ Picks: Natural Choice

Embrace eco-friendliness with furnishings in stylish cork.

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Editors’ Picks: Garden Smart

These compact accessories help even the tiniest green space blossom.

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Palettes: Terraces With a Twist

Drawing inspiration from the cool vibes of summer cocktails, three local design teams shake things up with fresh mood boards for the ultimate outdoor space.

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Spaces: A Private Paradise

Zen Associates revamps an expansive terrace in the Back Bay.

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Icon Everlasting

Under the stewardship of a young family, a midcentury home evolves to suit current-day tastes.

Other

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Found Art: Root and Branch

Artist Ryan Kelley calls on an unusual medium to craft his eye-catching sculptures.

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Reading List: By the Book

Wearable art, inspiring photojournalism, and an ode to midcentury-modern design.