from the publisher
what a difference a year makes… and seven years
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can really shake things up! The November/December issue
is Design New England’s anniversary issue and this year
marks seven full years of splendid homes and gardens. We
owe a vast debt of gratitude for what this magazine has
accomplished to our dear founding publisher, Stephen
Twombly, who is remembered with each page we produce.
Steve was a driving force of our Mentors in Design (MID-
DIES) program, which honors design professionals who
have dedicated their time, effort, and resources to mentor-
ing the next generation. Nominations are being accepted at
Our advertisers, who more often than not, are also in
the “friend” category, keep us continually working hard to be worthy of their investment in
the magazine and for that we thank them, too. We’re also looking forward to all the splendor
and fun that’s yet to come. Thank you, friends and readers, for the past seven years. We’ve
got another seven in us, to be sure.
During this year’s ArchitectureBoston Expo (ABX), November 19–21, we’re proud to
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partner with Thos. Moser for the design of our space — be sure to stop by and say hello. We’ll
also be at some fabulous new and returning events about town this fall: Massachusetts General
Hospital’s Friends of the Cancer Center benefit (Page 119), the Institute of Classical Archi-
tecture & Art’s Bulfinch Awards on November 14, the American Society of Landscape Archi-
tects Annual Meeting and Expo, November 15–18, the Concord Museum Holiday Tour (Page
119), and the Boston International Fine Art Show (Page 114).
molly a. campbell, publisher
1. asid design awards 2. marble house 3. elm bank
4. siematic boston 5. masterpiece woodworks
5. AND 6. JESSICA DELANE Y PHO TOGRAPH Y.
(all from left) 1. Katherine Hawkins, Amanda Greaves, Jill Janasiewicz, Lynda Onthank,
Yvonne Blacker. 2. united marble & jenn-air, newport mansions wine & food festival,
John Kilfoyle, Amy Sugden, Cathy Youngman, Annie Hurwitz. 3. guests at massachusetts
horticultural society’s downton abbey-inspired garden party in period attire.
design salons: 4. Jeremiah Eck, Peter Fallon, Michael Tcherniavski, John Kilfoyle. 5. Rick
Hulme, Doug Hanna, Beth Bourque, Nancy Goldstein, Milford Cushman, Daryl Evans.
6. Oliver Bouchier, Gary Rousseau, Janet Moran, Jan Gleysteen, Rebecca Scott.
1. YVONNE BLACKER; 3. J. W. O WEN PHOTOGRAPH Y;
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