If you are in Boston during the next few weeks for the Boston Design Week 2019 you need to read this city guide: with several events scattered all over Boston for almost 15 days, you will have time to immerse yourself in the characteristic vibe of one of the oldest cities of the United States with this BOSTON DESIGN GUIDE.
“Beantown” is renowned for the most diversified cultural and artistic activities and the constant attention to bring awareness to the pivotal role of design in our lives. An important stop for your traveling agenda. So, what are doing, the New England clam chowder is waiting for you!
WHERE TO STAY
What can be better than a hotel with colorful art-decked rooms? The Studio Allston hotel, located in the hippest neighborhood of Boston from which takes its energetic spirit: everywhere you can breathe the artistic atmosphere, from the rooms’ custom art – murals created by a dozen artists – to the animated common areas.
And, if you are not afraid of getting wild, Casa Caña is just for you: Latin music and good cocktails are always present. There is a reason if it’s called “the counterpoint to colonial Boston”.
Location: 1234 Soldiers Field Road Boston, MA 02135.
THE ROW HOTEL AT ASSEMBLY ROW
A boutique hotel that you can’t certainly miss from our Boston Design Guide is The Row Hotel at Assembly Row. Its location, far enough from downtown but always within the city limit, promises a contemporary experience to relax and chill out with style.
The indoor relaxation pool and the state-of-the-art fitness center are just little perks compared to the 158 guest rooms and the art installation of glass prisms and reclaimed car parts of below the lobby. Prepared to be impressed! Location: 360 Foley Street Somerville, MA 02145 USA.
WHERE TO EAT
If you are in for a funky reinterpretation of Southeast Asia cuisine, coming in here will be the perfect choice for your dinner. Tiger Mama is able to recreate classic recipes with an unconventional twist, just to surprise your taste buds. The location feels like a tropical oasis from the busy traffic Boston. Now you just have to try it out, don’t you?
WHAT TO DO
DESIGN MUSEUM BOSTON
A new kind of museum, with events and conference scattered all over the city, is the core of Design Museum Boston. The museum space is recreated time and time again, in this way visitors can really immerse themselves in the ever-changing location. The essence of this nomadic museum is inclusivity: design is for everyone! Its main purpose is educating people about design and its possible role to unite and enrich the community with panel discussions, visual and virtual exhibits, and content experiences.
BOSTON DESIGN CENTER
Located on the South Boston Waterfront, the often called “BDC” is a mega design showroom just waiting for you: with almost 100 luxury design showroom and over 1,200 product lines from furniture and lighting products to antique and fine arts, it’s the most wide-ranging selection of New England.
Be prepared to be amazed by the possibility – offered by the Boston Design Center – to meet and mingle among the best interior designers, artists, and professionals of the design world. Enjoy!
HUDSON INTERIOR DESIGN
This high-end furniture store has been created by the award-winning interior designer Jill Goldberg. The concept behind her vision is based on “Something bold, abundant, upbeat and unexpected” – like she said – and a willingness to explore. All for the client’s satisfaction! Location: 12 Union Park Street Boston, MA 02118.
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