Believe it or not, Boston — the home of stick in the mud, architectural and decorative conservatism — was the initial epicenter of the Arts and Crafts Movement in America.
Could there be a more appropriate way to celebrate the father of landscape architecture Frederick Law Olmsted’s 200th birthday?
The Currier Art Museum now owns and maintains two houses created by legendary American architect Frank Lloyd Wright.
This BarabásiLab exhibition is inspiring because it exemplifies a powerful integration of art and technology.
Each month, our arts critics — music, book, theater, dance, television, film, and visual arts — fire off a few brief reviews.
In Miss Holmes Returns, dramatist Christopher M. Walsh has involved the gender-switched pair in an entertaining yarn of uncertainty, betrayal and social justice.
Given the current state of play, any attempts to enrich our knowledge of the built environment are valuable.
Each month, our arts critics — music, book, theater, dance, and visual arts — fire off a few brief reviews.
Ocean Filibuster draws on a marvelous fusion of myth, song, free verse, and science to explore why we are standing at the frightening edge of the cliff of our planet’s survival.
The cognitive architecture approach espoused by the Human Architecture and Planning Institute is applying a welcome new paradigm that responds in a fresh way to the built environment.