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A Visit to the Iconic Flansburgh House

A Visit to the Iconic Flansburgh House

Click any photo, and click again to enlarge: Photos by Lara Kimmerer (except for the vintage newspaper shot). “Architecture should be exciting; living is exciting.” Earl Flansburgh Nestled up on a knoll in the pines of Lincoln, on a lot peppered with colorful sculptures (see list at end of post), the Modernist Flansburgh House epitomizes the...
A Visit to the Iconic Flansburgh House

A Visit to the Iconic Flansburgh House

Click any photo, and click again to enlarge: Photos by Lara Kimmerer (except for the vintage newspaper shot). “Architecture should be exciting; living is exciting.” Earl Flansburgh Nestled up on a knoll in the pines of Lincoln, on a lot peppered with colorful sculptures (see list at end of post), the Modernist Flansburgh House epitomizes the...

New York Times on New England Modernist Perservation

Regular readers will recall a post for a listing we had for a Deck House in Lincoln. We mentioned it being in close proximity to the well-known Flansburgh House, which architecte Earl Flansburgh built for his own family (which includes his son, John of They Might Be Giants). Well, now comes an article in the...
Eames Film

Eames Film

    New article about a film about Eames in the Times

Latest Boston Magazine Post – The Real Estate Heretic

Yesterday I sat down with Walter Pierce, a 90-something year-old architect who designed the “Peacock Farm” house and developed one of the first modernist/progressive neighborhoods in the Boston area. I hope to run the interview in this space and at my modernmass.com blog next week. But chief among the subjects on which I wanted to hear...

Another Interesting Piece from the NYT

Another great entry from the NYT “Living Rooms” blog series. This one is about the “Guide to Easier Living” handbook from 1950s industrial designers, Mary and Russel Wright.

When Less Was More

From “Living Rooms,” the fine new column in the New York Times, an interesting view on post-war modernism.