Let's assume you actually give a SH#T about Design and Architecture and let’s also assume you are ready to strap on your black chucks, grab your camera, and your sketch book and head out into Boston’s concrete jungle.Read More
— From Mid-century Modern to local architectural travel tips and destinations, we love architecture and design. We have worked hard to make our architecture blog interesting to industry professionals but also to folks outside of the design industry. We like to highlight unique designs, interesting materials, and great travel destinations that architecture lovers would, well…love and become obsessed about, like us.
Get ready for summer road trips and find out what is Cape Cod Modern? Our Studio Field Trip to, you guessed it Cape Cod Modern House Trust tour as well as ask an Architect how early do I need to involve you [the Architect] ? And on this day, we would like to highlight a special Architect’s birthday.Read More
From Lego’s to Lincoln Logs, playing with modular forms is addictive and the results are exciting. Setting limitations with modules can be limiting for some but inspiring for others. Take a look at some shipping container examples, check out our Studio field trip to Spain, Ask an Architect about buying land and find out what’s new in the studio.Read More
From Modernism Week in Palm Springs, to Louis Kahn’s birthday and a little bit of Ask an Architect. We continue to connect with our community through thoughtful, modern ideas in Architecture and design. We are a New England Modern Architectural Studio deeply routed in craft and details in order to create soulful spaces.Read More
Snapshot look at a Mid-Century Modern renovation in Raleigh NC, the Neutra VDL Studio and Residence architecture tour, @BOTTEGAmisc studio updates and free resources, plus Ask an Architect: Why are you a good fit for my project?Read More
On this day...
one of the great masterminds of design was born. Happy birthday to Ray Eames! Grateful to have been exposed to her mastery, drive and elegance. Her contribution to the design industry was, and still is, gigantic.Read More