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DWR Cambridge


1045 Massachusetts Ave. Cambridge, MA 02138


Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday
10am – 7pm 10am – 7pm 10am – 7pm 10am – 7pm 10am – 7pm 10am – 6pm 12pm – 6pm


Phone: 617.576.3690

Stop by whenever you like, or make a personal shopping appointment at this location.



The Cambridge Studio occupies a large, modern building a few blocks from Harvard Square, a bustling neighborhood rich with specialty shops, bookstores, restaurants and historic landmarks, including the MIT Chapel by Eero Saarinen and the Carpenter Center, Le Corbusier’s only North American building. The Studio is the largest ever in the Boston area, allowing space to present furniture in dramatic and innovative contexts. The signature Light Cloud draws you through three floors of display space, where furniture is arranged into 32 full-room vignettes to help you envision how it can fit in your home – and always ready and waiting for test drives. The dramatic Swatch Wall of 300-plus upholstery tiles provides an inspiring backdrop for the design bar where you will receive friendly, one-on-one service from our sales associates. The lower level features task seating and a large assortment of outdoor, café and contract solutions. A private showroom with large-screen projection may be reserved along with dedicated help from a sales associate, ideal for busy designers. Proprietor Adam Leveille oversees the Studio with his friendly and knowledgeable sales associates.

A private parking lot behind the Studio is accessible from Trowbridge Street.
The Red Line T stop in Harvard Square is just a few blocks away.


Book Signing: Anthony Sammarco’s Lost Boston Thursday, May 5, 6–8pm

Join us in welcoming local historian and author Anthony Sammarco to the Studio. Author of 60 books on his native city, his latest, Lost Boston, explores 68 different buildings of historical significance, dating from the 1870s onward, that have been destroyed as the city and its surrounding area have shifted and changed. During this special event, Sammarco will give a presentation and answer any questions. Copies of Lost Boston will be available for purchase and signing. Refreshments will be served.



American Repertory Theater 64 Brattle St. (Box office) 2 Arrow St. (Oberon theater) 617.547.8300

Fogg Art Museum and Sackler Gallery at Harvard University Designed by Renzo Piano 32 Quincy St.

Harvard Graduate Center Designed by Walter Gropius Harvard University campus
Baker House Dormitory at MIT Designed by Alvar Aalto MIT Campus 77 Massachusetts Ave.

Design Research Building Designed by Ben Thompson 48 Brattle St.

Weisner Building, MIT Media Lab Designed by I.M. Pei 75 Amherst St.
Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts at Harvard University Designed by Le Corbusier 24 Quincy St.

Harvard Book Store 1256 Massachusetts Ave. 617.661.1515

MIT Chapel and Kresge Auditorium Designed by Eero Saarinen MIT Campus 77 Massachusetts Ave


Bondir 279A Broadway 617.661.0009

Flour Bakery, Central Square 190 Massachusetts Ave. 617.225.2525

Russel House Tavern 17 JFK St. 617.500.3055
Cafe Sushi 853 Main St. 617.497.5511

Garden at the Cellar 1105 Massachusetts Ave. 717.492.0434

Sandrine’s Bistro 8 Holyoke St. 617.497.5300
Craigie on Main 853 Main St. 617.497.5511

Rialto 1 Bennet St. 617.661.5050

Toscanini’s Ice Cream 899 Main St. 617.491.5877
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