04.01.14

With the coastal bluff eroding, two things were obvious. The old house near the edge of the scarp was doomed, and any new structure built there had to be easily movable. Working with clients whose family have owned the land for decades, architect Peter Rose came up with the idea of little boxes made not of ticky-tacky but of ten-inch-thick concrete. We caught up with him recently at the property. MVM: Why concrete?

10.01.13

Protective measures help plants survive the crueler months.

By Nicole Grace Mercier

10.01.13

Martha’s Vineyard is not particularly hospitable when it comes to fruit trees.

By Susan Catling

10.01.13

James Sanfilippo of Aquinnah is an artisan specialty plasterer.

By Simone McCarthy

10.01.13

As the driveway circles up toward the house, the wide curved porch - linking two of four wings - comes into view near the crest of the hill. The owners: Ken and Dede Feinberg

By Karla Araujo

10.01.13

A creative design trumps building lot limitations.

By Shelley Christiansen

10.01.13

Translating Piet Mondrian’s geometric color scheme onto kitchen cabinets required some out-of-the-box thinking.

By Joyce Wagner

07.01.13

A gardener’s tale of creating an old-fashioned romantic garden for actors Mary Steenburgen and Ted Danson.

By Peggy Schwier

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