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September 21, 2018

The New York Times recently declared, “Architecture is No Longer Just a ’Gentleman’s Profession’.” Obviously not. We were honored they included NXTHVN in a round-up of notable publicly accessible projects by women-led practices around the world. Located in the Dixwell neighborhood of New Haven, CT, the project is an arts and community incubator that will provide studio space and mentorship for emerging artists. Led by Partners and and Senior Associate , NXTHVN includes studios, fabrication space, co-working and event spaces, galleries, and residences for artists. Read the Times piece by Reed Kroloff here, and learn more about the project in this new video.
Connecticut Cottages & Gardens and Dezeen Published Our House on Sackett Hill

September 17, 2018

In Warren, Connecticut, we designed a , clad in black stained wood, that hugs the horizon line and blends into the surrounding trees. Connecticut Cottages & Gardens and Dezeen have both recently published the project, which was led by Partners and and Senior Principal (interiors). The house has an L-shaped plan that separates public and private zones in the house and extensive glazing opening out to the rolling hills and forest beyond. Read more about the house here and here. We are honored by the coverage.

Wall Street Journal Published Our Boutique Financial Services Office

September 5, 2018

The Off Duty section of The Wall Street Journal recently paid a visit to the we designed in Midtown Manhattan. The office balances transparency with privacy and includes a variety of spaces for individual and collaborative work. The clients are also art and design collectors, so the space is enlivened with important works of painting, sculpture, and photography as well as vintage and contemporary furnishings. Writer Tim Gavan notes, “Communal spaces include a fully-stocked lounge and library that provide a variety of environments and experiences, including relaxation, a notion borrowed from the dot com world, without being slouchy or juvenile…The design honors the team.” Partner and Principals and led the project. Read the Journal’s story here.