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Peep This Midcentury Modern Gem in Newton

Architect Samuel Glaser dreamed up some of the most inventive buildings in Boston. He’s the designer behind the Star Market in Newtonville that floats over the Mass […]

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The BPL Renovation Has Collected a Bevy of Design Awards

In the year since the Boston Public Library’s revitalized Johnson Building reopened to the public, the renovation project has amassed a collection of design and construction […]

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A Frank Lloyd Wright-Designed House in NH Is Offering a Special Tour

Thursday, June 8 marks architect Frank Lloyd Wright’s 150th birthday. While many of his modern creations are found in the Midwest, New Englanders who’d like to celebrate Frank Lloyd Wright’s birthday […]

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Boston’s Second-Annual Architecture Festival Is This Weekend

Boston’s hodgepodge of architectural styles—Brutalist, Federal, old, new—is worth celebrating every day, but this weekend, Boston architecture gets its own festival. Common Boston 2017, the city’s […]

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33 Historic New England Properties Are Open for Free This Weekend

There are 37 majestic mansions and estates operated by Historic New England throughout the region, and this Saturday, 33 of them are waiving admission fees. Every […]

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Life in the Round: A House with a Circular Center

How a second home on the Vineyard became a first for a Washington, DC, power couple.

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Landmark: Motif No. 1 in Rockport

Motif No. 1 is painted with a broad brush.

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Peter McMahon and the Save of the Century

The founding director of the Cape Cod Modern House Trust discusses the organization’s 10-year anniversary, his newest project, and why he’s loved modern architecture since he was a kid.

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Living Modern: A House on Stilts in Harvard

A new home rests lightly on the land, thanks to its cleverly designed structure.

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Boston Architecture Cruises Are Back Memorial Day Weekend

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 […]

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A New House Museum in Milton Opens This Week

In 1878, this grand 18,600-square-foot manse was built as a “starter home” for a newlywed couple. Now, more than a century later, the sprawling property in […]

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There’s a Royal Barry Wills Cape for Sale in Jamaica Plain

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 […]

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The Interview: David Manfredi

For Boston’s most powerful architect, 2017 has been a year of triumph and tragic loss. But with a slate of new projects on the horizon, he’s shaping the city like never before.

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What’s the Story Behind the Harvard Lampoon Building?

What’s up with that Harvard Lampoon building?

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A New Exhibit Explores Inflatable Structures in Architecture

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 […]