Tag Archives: New York City

Thank You NYC&G

The May/June issue of NYC&G features a double page spread on the dual buildings – The Townsend at 1123 and The Saint James at 1133 Broadway, and the numerous interior design professionals who call them home. Very exciting for Glenn … Continue reading

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BIG: Changing the New York City Skyline

The building known as VIA 57 West is nearing completion – a remarkable structure the likes of which New York City has never seen. Designed for the Durst Organization, it is the first project by the Danish architectural firm BIG … Continue reading

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East 42nd Street: Walking Tour of Beautiful Spaces

Chances are if someone mentions ’42nd Street’ you will think Times Square. Unlike many New Yorkers, I really do like Times Square – not the tourists, not the shops, or the restaurants; I am not even a huge fan of big … Continue reading

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Storage is a Key to Mental Health

American homes are often filled to capacity with STUFF. We fill our closets, cupboards, attics, basements and garages with stuff – and sometimes rent a storage room (or two) for the ‘extra stuff’ that won’t fit in those other places. … Continue reading

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DLS Day 2 – Industry City, Brooklyn: Mike D, Victoria and many others

Recently a friend from California made the comment “Brooklyn is the hippest place on earth.” And I thought, I live in Brooklyn.  Well, actually Brooklyn Heights. But the truth is Brooklyn is enormous, and has countless distinct neighborhoods including a … Continue reading

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Design Leadership Summit 2014 – Fran, Jamie, Maya and many others…

The 2014 Design Leadership Summit started off with requisite cocktails and raconteur Fran Lebowitz in a conversation with Deborah Needleman – Editor-in-Chief of   ‘T’, the New York Times Style Magazine.  Lebowitz, as anticipated, was in full ‘Fran Lebowitz mode’ … Continue reading

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Art Underground: Times Square

. The New York City subway system of 2014 can be a remarkably efficient way to get around the city; however even in recent history this was not necessarily the case. When I first visited New York City as a … Continue reading

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