Thursday March 26

Today's Featured Events:


Discover Sigma Design Center: Open House


Sigma Design Center

910 Main Street, Wakefield, MA 01880

Join us for a unique showroom experience at Sigma Design and explore the possibilities in high-quality kitchen cabinet design and custom interiors fabrication. Sigma Design Center, dressed for the occasion in new finishes, is always in progress. From the exquisite custom designed residential kitchens to multi-unit projects, our portfolio includes over 10,000 luxury apartment renovations as well as production of contemporary interiors in variety of finishes and materials. Read more...


Suffolk University's Sustainable Design Fair

Suffolk University, Sawyer Building, Level 2 Lobby,

8 Ashburton Place, Boston, MA 02108


Suffolk University's Sustainable Design Fair provides an interactive showcase for materials, products and services. The event will allow visitors to meet representatives from a variety of material and furnishing companies and see their newest innovations in sustainable design. Come and meet representatives from Boston-based organizations championing sustainable products, goods and services.  Suffolk faculty and students will show how process-based leaning is fostering collaborations across the campus and beyond. Read More...



Renewable Interiors at Auction – Recycling with Style


Skinner, Inc.

63 Park Plaza, Boston, MA 02116


Welcoming professional and do-it-yourself interior designers to an open house at our Boston Gallery featuring furniture, art, design and antiques from various Skinner specialty areas. Specialists from each department will be on hand to discuss the pieces in the gallery and the types of material one can expect to discover in our major sales. Learn how buying at auction can be a sustainable alternative for interior design. Read More...

Sigma Design Center Open House
Sustainable Design Fair
Renewable Interiors at Auction



#BostonMade: How Local Makers

Drive DIY Innovation and Economic Impact

Artisan's Asylum

10 Tyler Street, Somerville, MA 02143                                                              

•  Open House from 4:00pm - 6:00pm

•  Social Hour with light refreshments 6:00pm - 7:00pm

• Panel Discussion at 7:00pm with four startups that are building their products within makerspaces.  How is their work is enhanced or inhibited by working in a shared, open, collaborative environment. Get a ringside look at ways makerspaces contribute to local economic impact and explore ways that impact can be expanded in the future. Also, daily tours offered. Read More...



Inside and Out: Creating the Ultimate Entertaining Space


b Architecture Studio

at Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams

142 Berkeley St, Boston, MA 02116

This fun and lighthearted panel will toast to everything related to entertaining spaces in the home. Whether you’re hosting an outdoor soiree, a kid’s birthday or a dinner party, these experts will weigh in on how to design and build a space that’s perfect for hosting a crowd, or just enjoying with the family at home. Plus, what’s a conversation on entertaining without wine? We’ll have guests taste some wine choices perfect for a party. Salute! Read more...

Inside and Out



Lockslea’s Transformation:

Renovating and Retro-fitting Your Historic Home

Roma & York

at Lucia Lighting, 311 Western Ave, Lynn, MA 01904

Join the design/build team of Roma & York – Joseph and Ketylina De Renzis – as they share their project management story behind the 2019 renovation of  “LOCKSLEA” a rare Jacobethan classic in Brookline’s Fisher Hill neighborhood, designed originally by renowned Chapman & Frazer Architects and featured in House Beautiful magazine in 1917. Completely updated, it’s now a welcoming, more energy efficient home with renewed curb appeal. Bring your home renovation questions and discover what’s possible!  Read more...

Lockslea's Transformation


Call and Response: Artists Discuss

HUMAN IMPACT: Stories of the Opioid Epidemic

Room & Board

375 Newbury Street, Boston, MA 02115


Join us for a panel conversation with local artists John Christian Anderson, Jodi Colella and Deborah Santoro who created work for the series Human Impact: Stories of the Opioid Epidemic. Moderated by Fuller Craft Museum Chief Curator and Human Impact curator Beth McLaughlin, the artists will share their experience of transforming stories of trauma into works of art and discuss the power artistic expression has to engage communities in critical societal issues. 


Call and Response



Artist’s Talk: Gender-Fluid Fashion & Design


The Eliot School of Fine and Applied Arts

Eliot Schoolhouse, Art Room, 24 Eliot St., Jamaica Plain, 02130


Gender-fluid style is undergoing culture shift. Fashion designers’ question who wears what, and consider how current signifiers complicate tradition. This conversation about playing with clothing codes will be inspiring and informational of such values. Learn and share new vocabularies and discuss the future of gender-fluid fashion. Should the body wear the clothes or should clothes wear the body? Find out how professional designers are presenting creative tools to bend the norms and inspiring generations to be themselves. Read more...

Gender-Fluid Fashion & Design



The Nobel Snowflake

Scandinavian Cultural Center

206 Waltham Street, Newton, MA 02465


The competition for the head offices of the Nobel Centre in Stockholm presented as a nail-biting thriller. Nobel Snowflake follows the Swedish architect Gert Wingårdh on his quest to find the ultimate design, in the shape of a snowflake. Eleven of the 175 teams are selected to take part, among them Wingårdh. That’s when the problems really start. Kajsa Andersö’s film shows all the tragic and amusing aspects of the prestigious competition, with an unexpected ending. An entertaining peek behind the scenes. Read more...

The Nobel Snowflake

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