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Mystery at Studio North

August 2, 2012 02:30 PM  

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If the Chicken Chapel (Il Tempietto di Pollo, May/June 2012) had you fascinated with the creativity fueling Moskow Linn Architects of Boston and its weeklong student summer workshop, Studio North, take a look at what this year’s team designed and built. But what is it? Architect Keith Moskow, principal at Moskow Linn, challenged us to take a guess. Our editor, Gail Ravgiala, saw a portable crèche waiting for Mary and Joseph. Associate editor Courtney Kasianowicz and art director Jenna Talbott thought it had a more impish quality and suggested that draped with colorful fabric it could be a pleasure barge hippies would have loved at Woodstock — think hundreds of white doves released at just the right theatrical moment. We invite you to take a guess in our comments section. We’ll choose our favorite next week and award its author a free one-year subscription to Design New England! And if anyone gets the right answer (which we will also reveal next week) we’ll give them a subscription, too. (Friends and family of Studio North not eligible! Be fair.)

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An insider's look at must-have products, fresh trends, and inspired spaces from the team at Design New England magazine.

Gail Ravgiala is editor of Design New England and a fan of both the region's historic architecture and its growing inventory of modern houses and public buildings.

Courtney Kasianowicz is associate editor of Design New England who scouts the area for new design, charming products, and local artisans both innovative and daring.

Jill Connors, Design New England's editor-at-large, is an antiques maven and design scout and will post about trends and discoveries in the field.

Bruce Irving, Design New England's contributing editor for architecture & building, is a renovation specialist who will share his insights on design and construction.

Estelle Bond Guralnick, Design New England's style & interiors editor, will post about interior design and interior designers and her favorite finds.

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