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News & Events

In the Press: Architectural Digest

July 16, 2015

Architectural Digest’s Daily AD shows jewelry brand Ten Thousand Things’ new studio and showroom that we designed in downtown Manhattan. It was great to work with cofounders David Rees and Ron Anderson. Their exquisite craft and balance of raw and refined materials inspired our design of the Tribeca space.

Read the AD piece from our press page .

OpenStudios: Emerging Voices

July 8, 2015

30 Years of Emerging Voices: Ideas, Form, Resonance, was published June 30th and chronicles three decades of the Architectural League’s Emerging Voices program. The Emerging Voice award recognizes individuals with distinct design voices. Deborah was recognized as an Emerging Voice; our work is featured in the book.

Organized to mark the publication of 30 Years of Emerging Voices, the Architectural League and Open House New York are hosting OpenStudios: Emerging Voices. The event is an unprecedented opportunity to tour more than 40 architecture and design practices in the city. We are glad to join our peers in support of this event; our office will be open to visitors from 10am to 1pm, July 11th.

You may find more information and register for OpenStudios here.

Office Exhibition: Turn On & Tune In

July 6, 2015

“Turn On & Tune In,” a collection of paintings by New York artist Rosie Quick, is now on view in our office. Inspired by a trip she took to Bali and her frequent commute between Chicago and New York, her works seek to reflect both the overt novelty of traveling and nuanced peculiarities of everyday life. Her combination of screen-printing, watercolor, and oil painting techniques create atmospheric works that blur the line between representation and abstraction. “Turn On & Tune In” will be on view by appointment through August 28th.

Find images of the show and learn more about Rosie’s work here.