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April 23 - 5:00 PM 


Patrick Ahearn Presents History Reinterpreted 
at Christopher Peacock Boston

Presented by Patrick Ahearn Architect

Christopher Peacock Showroom, 520 Harrison Ave, Boston, MA 02118  

FREE - Limited Seating - RSVP required


Join celebrated AIA Fellow Patrick Ahearn for a discussion of his latest book History Reinterpreted detailing the dramatic transformation of the north wing of Duxbury's Myles Standish Hotel into a captivating seaside residence. By exploring his past, including his personal impact on Boston's Back Bay, and touching upon inspiring homes he has designed throughout New England, Patrick will explain how the preservation of an idea as opposed to a precise structure can tug at the sentiments of memory, present a romantic attitude, and elicit a nostalgic response.

About the Author:


Patrick Ahearn, FAIA, has focused on historically-motivated site-sensitive private residences in some of America’s most desirable and storied destinations for more than four decades. Whether restoring century-old structures or creating new homes that reimagine local vernacular, he demonstrates an unparalleled ability to combine the romance of traditional architecture with the ideals of modernism.

Based in Boston and Edgartown, Ahearn earned degrees in architecture and urban design from Syracuse University. Today, he oversees a team of architects at the firm that bears his name while deftly drafting firsthand. He has won countless awards including eight prestigious Bulfinch Awards from the ICAA. His work has been featured in publications including Architectural Digest, The Wall Street Journal, and The Robb Report, among others.


About Christopher Peacock:


An industry leader and design innovator, Christopher Peacock has created a world-renowned cabinet brand available throughout the United States and the rest of the world. Manufactured to order in the USA, the high-end luxury fitted furniture and hardware collection is available for every room in the home. His firm recently celebrated their 30-year anniversary and welcomes clients at 10 showrooms on three continents.

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Patrick Ahearn

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