03.01.18

Imagine there’s no heat bill...it’s easy if you try.

Erin Ryerson

03.01.18

After 300 years in the same family, a Chilmark home gets a full makeover.

Susie Middleton

03.01.18

Part two of our exploration of the mid-century modern heritage on the Vineyard.

Beth Edwards Harris

03.01.18

The history of Shingle Style architecture.

10.15.17

Successful single architect meets eligible interior designer on a blind date...bada bing, bada boom!

Heather Hamacek

10.15.17

Sure, there are Doric columns on the porch, but David Behnke and Paul Doherty’s home in the William Street Historic District is most certainly not your average Greek Revival.

Shelley Christiansen

10.15.17

When Gary Maynard and Kristina Kinsman Maynard decided they were ready to downsize, they weren’t kidding.

Alexandra Bullen Coutts

10.15.17

This past February modernism aficionados packed the Palm Springs Art Museum to hear Boston architect Frederick Noyes lecture on the career of his late father, Eliot Noyes. The event was a highlight of Modernism Week, the eleven-day design symposium, now in its twelfth season, that attracts 80,000 national and international visitors annually. A prolific New England mid-century modern architect, the elder Noyes designed scores of houses, office buildings, and corporate interiors, along with dozens of industrial products.

Beth Edwards Harris

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