Author Archives: Carl Dellatore

Thank You InCollect!

A word of special thanks to Incollect for publishing a well thought out interview we did together several weeks ago, in which I answer questions like; Your academic and professional training is very much rooted in architecture. While you were … Continue reading

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Creative Collaborations: Designing Signature Product Lines

As some in the design community already know, I’ve been the President elect of the New York Metro Chapter of ASID since October of last year. I’ll become the President later this year in October. But in the interest of … Continue reading

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Art Adventures: Morandi’s Sublime Objects

Image courtesy ArtHistoryProject.com I love the work of Giorgio Morandi.  The Modern Pier at The Armory Show last week provided the opportunity to once again to see and experience a number of his paintings, many outstanding prints and his wonderfully abstract … Continue reading

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ASID New York Metro Chapter News!

The ASID New York Metro Chapter, which is celebrating its 40th year, had their Annual meeting last Thursday at the chic Grohe Showroom on Fifth Avenue. On the agenda was the passing of guard to the new incoming board and President Robin … Continue reading

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Thank You NYC&G!

We’d like to say a word of thanks to Kendell Cronstrom and the team of judges for this year’s New York Cottages & Gardens Innovation in Design Awards – Bernd Goeckler, Shawn Henderson, Sandra Nunnerley, Tara Seawright, and Alan Tanksley — for selecting Glenn … Continue reading

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Designer Barn Sale Post Script

With excellent weather (despite the reports!) the Designer Barn Sale Tom Luciano and I held at my sorta-new pretty-old house in Roxbury, Ct last weekend was a rousing success. . More than 250 people showed up to pursue the wide … Continue reading

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A Designer Barn Sale in Roxbury, Connecticut!

I am going to be hosting a Designer Barn Sale at my still-pretty-new-very-old-house in Roxbury, Connecticut on August 22-23. I am doing the sale in collaboration with my long-time friend Tom Luciano – who co-founded the now well-known antique store Historical … Continue reading

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Thank You Aspire Magazine!

Thank you Amy Sneider and Alice Garbarini Hurley for featuring our Upper East Side Pied-a-Terre on the cover of the Summer 2015 issue of Aspire Magazine! You can follow this link to read the article on Aspire’s website – and … Continue reading

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