If you know someone currently trying to make art in New York
City, you’ve likely heard of Marfa, Texas. Marfa is a small town in the
Chihuahua desert that has been gradually claimed by artist imports—New Yorkers
flocking to the community for inspiration and a chance to be part of a modern
art movement.On a recent tr...
Open Kitchen, Open Opportunity
In the 1950s, the advent of the open-plan kitchen put women
at the very center of suburban home life. It was a time when suburban
homeownership was the American Dream, and the media propagated the woman’s role
as housewife. In our Nantucket House, the Kitchen opens up not only to the dining area but to the living ...
Life in Color: Discovering SF Architecture
Born and bred on the East Coast, I have long been enamored of the brownstones of Boston and Brooklyn Heights. Their historical character and neighborhood charm have been, to me, unrivaled by even the most regal estates and sleek modern towers. But on a recent trip to San Francisco, the technicolor city streets tempted me aw...
Midtown Streetscapes: A Wishlist
As the first signs of spring ripple throughout New York
City (and the infamously frigid office AC returns) I’m reminded of the importance of stepping
away from my desk and taking a moment to recharge outdoors. Unfortunately for
our office, and thousands of other companies located in midtown Manhattan, the surrounding