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Remembering Design Research

Remembering Design Research  With legendary D/R co-owner Jane Thompson and Marimekko historian  Susan Ward   Sunday April 26th 3-6 pm Bemis Hall, Lincoln Mass.       Tickets $27 (tax-deductible)   D/R, the iconic Harvard Square  modern design store (1953 – 1979) has been called “the most influential force in 20th-century America in creating an awareness and appreciation for modern…

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Ezra Stoller Shots of Five Fields

  In the past, we have posted some shots of Six Moon Hill from architectural photographer, Ezra Stoller. Here are some from Five Fields as it was being developed and soon thereafter. From Stoller’s bio on the Esto site: Ezra Stoller was born in Chicago in 1915, grew up in New York and graduated from…

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19 Demar Rd. in Lexington — Techbuilt Classic

SOLD: Designed by Carl Koch, the “Grandfather of Prefab” (Progressive Architecture, 1994), this Techbuilt classic, a three-bedroom, two-and-a-half bath 2615 s.f. home is a fine example of the pioneering modernism that Koch applied to mid-century homebuilding as returning GIs and a surge in Boston-area technology firms created more demand for housing young families. Bill Janovitz…

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Ezra Stoller Shots

Thanks for architect, Tim Techler (his link is included on the right), for pointing us toward the Esto.com site, which includes some invaluable shots of Moon Hill taken by Ezra Stoller. More on Ezra Stoller.

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