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Mass MoCA
If you are visiting the Berkshires in Massachusetts be sure to stop at Mass MoCA to see the new Phase
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New York City’s Skyline
There is one thing you can always count on...CHANGE.
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Pop Art
Studio Visit: Selected Gifts from Agnes Gund Through July 22 at The Museum of Modern Art, NYC This one caught my eye of
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Reaching Out
This Serge Mouille inspired, mid-century design light fixture hovers playfully above providing soft indirect light and visual interest particularily when
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A Hand
A unique light fixture spotted at The Marlton in NYC...near Washington Square Park.
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Retro 70’s…
Maharam's Stripe, designed by Alexander Girard in 1973 paired with complimentary colors from a retro, 21st century palette anchored by
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The Big Picture
The entire South Beach PC campus occupies 45 acres on Staten Island with a project area of approximately 9 acres
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Dix-Sept Onze
It has been many years since I watched the movie DIVA, but I have always remembered the character Alba roller
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Peace on earth…
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A very long plan !
You have goals to reach, activities to achieve and need a work environment to sustain the momentum. Workplace environments should
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Deja Vu
I spotted this light fixture through a shop window while walking in New York City and featured it in a
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Beautiful day for a site visit….
August 31, 2017 construction progress photo for a new 250-bed adult and 12-bed adolescent facility designed for the Dormitory Authority
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It must be fun?
This movie/slideshow features me 1 during the early days of my first job as an interior designer at Ryan &
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Football to Design…
Former NFL player, Terry Crews currently known for playing Terry Jeffords, the police sergeant on the sitcom Brooklyn Nine-Nine is
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Washington Square Arch
The Washington Square Park Arch is reminiscent of the monumental Arc de Triomphe in Paris. Originally a temporary papier-mache and white
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Chihuly
Victoria + Albert Rotunda Chandelier viewed during my first trip to London and the V+A Museum. I should clarify this,
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Recycled
DIOR | NYC cleverly recycled electronics are transformed into an eye-catching window display. 
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Light Reflected
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1 Hotel
1 Hotel's 3-story green wall is a standout on the Avenue of the Americas and 58th Street one block away
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Staying Power
This 2011 Point Stripe by Paul Smith for Maharam looks as fresh today as it did six years ago! 
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Escape!
Easy to spot, you will still find phone kiosks in the United Kingdom, yes...that is me inside!Open plan offices and
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Green
A row house located on 51st Street caught my eye. It appears to have a glazed facade behind a full height combination screen
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Look Up
Or don't look up are the words I heard from my companion walking behind me in NYC where there are construction
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Design + Entertainment
ICFF, the 30th annual Contemporary Furniture & Design exhibition and talks at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center NYC. Four days, 165,000 idea
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PS1
Tiny art by Maureen Gallace at MOMA PS1 in Queens, NY.
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PINK!
A beautiful scene featuring pink cherry blossoms in a courtyard on Thompson Street in New York City. 
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Tidbits Returns
  The ARIG tidbits was temporarily closed in 2013 after updating our website with a new template the post layouts were
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Artist Jay Malone
Streets of San Francisco
San Francisco by Jay Malone of Buffalo NY If you dined at the former Martin Cooks on Connecticut Street in Buffalo
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Walking Paris
I think I have mentioned before that I love Paris!I have visited the city many times and dropped by the
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Lazy Basketball
I am always in search of new seating designs that are innovative and well designed. This chair falls into another
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Sir Paul Smith
I received a book titled Hello, My Name is Paul Smith for Christmas and I could not put it down until
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Personal Space
A discussion I had yesterday with a colleague of mine about the "office of the future" brought back memories of
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Falling Water?
We are all familiar with Falling Water, a remarkable residence in Bear Run, Pennsylvania designed by Frank Lloyd Wright.  Artist
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Charles Pollock
CHARLES POLLOCK 1930 – 2013 Very sad to read in the NY Times yesterday that Charles Pollock perished in a
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12 Ton Birds
Weighing in at 12 tons each, this male and female Phoenix duo was conceived by the talented Chinese artist Xu
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Relax
Relax!
A very unique planter indeed! From GREENFORM, the Relax planter will surprise and delight. Grass, flowers, or unique stones are
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Dutch Innovation
The Dutch designer, Dirk Vander Kooij conceived the “robot arm” a new technique inspired by an old 3D printer for bringing
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May 7, 2013
May 7, 2013 was a perfect day to take in the sites in New York City, including a new art
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Illuminating Fashion
When I passed by this shop early in the day my eye was originally drawn to the jacket with the
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Save the Eames House
The Eames Foundation has launched a campaign to save and preserve the Eames House built approximately 70 years ago in the Pacific
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Works in Paper
It is no secret that I love imaginative, whimsical creations that delight the eye and make people smile. This morning
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The AGO, Frank & Evan
The AGO has changed significantly since our last visit, which was prior to the 2008 completion of the Frank Gehry
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Modular Evolution
  George Nelson and Charles & Ray Ames, are the talented industrial designers credited with the development of the classic
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Happy New Year!
SaveSave
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It’s time to archive!
Make a mundane task more fun, archive your 2012 files in style with House Industries archive boxes. SaveSave
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Swinging
An interactive exhibit, the event of a thread, by visual artist Ann Hamilton, connects people’s hearts, minds and memories through light, sound
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Plensa’s Laura
I was captivated by the recent installation of Laura on the campus of Buffalo New York’s Albright Knox Art Gallery.  It
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Elephants
   The Eames ® Elephants I think we all love elephants and that is probably why they are often the subject of
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Wood Design
I have never been a big fan of tree stump coffee tables or anything rustic for that matter. Until I
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The Edge
The Edge Chair catches your eye, but it does not look comfortable, until you sit in it. After trying it at ICFF
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Dinosaur Sorbet
Sculptural Sorbet Resin Vases by Dinosaur Designs. Dinosaur Designs takes responsibility for their environmental footprint and support environmentally sustainable initiatives and charitable
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Z-Bar
We are always looking for innovative desk lamping and this one stood out at ICFF in NY this year. Minimal design
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Staying Power
A new chair manufactured by Bernhardt Design is definitely worthy of inclusion on my favorites list. Like automobiles, furniture designs tend to be
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JOT
Knoll JOT, a new design by Suzanne Tick, won Best of Neocon 2012 Silver in the Window Treatments category. A
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Flower Power
  Simple clean lines with distinct functionality and a touch of whimsy suggesting a flower in a garden. The Bench
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Illuminating Planters
VONDOM ADAN series planters are beautifully sculpted and a whimsically inspired and just one of many offerings from this leading
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Carrieres de Lumieres – Les Baux
From 30th March 2012 to 6th January 2013 If you are visiting the South of France in the near future
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