Wednesday, March 31, 2010


This online store is so cute
thanks Miha!

Seagram Day 3

Friday, March 26, 2010

Moon Over Seagram

We began an installation at The Seagram Building tonight. 34 Knoll Pollock Chairs, 1 Zographos Bucket Chair, 1 Custom Coffee Table, 1 Nelson Sofa. Still to come: 6,000 pounds of steel. Bennett. Eames. A+L.

McCobb or Pascoe?

How do you tell them apart? Here's a list of the major differences:
  1. Paul McCobb chair has a metal stretcher across the bottom between the front and rear legs (see images above), the Pascoe chair does not have this.
  2. Clifford Pascoe chair incorporates an upholstered foam rubber seat, the Paul McCobb chair a carved wooden seat.
  3. Where the Pascoe chair uses bolts through the back of the backrest to attach it to the iron uprights, the McCobb backrest is connected invisibly at the bottom of the backrest.
  4. The McCobb backrest is more sculptural and less angular than the Pascoe backrest.

Thursday, March 25, 2010

CHANEL or Tim Burton?

We found two Clifford Pascoe* chairs at the flea market for $50. Then we saw cream colored satin pillows covered in black leather ribbons on a sofa at a CHANEL store in Soho. And voila! A CHANEL chair! Photos to come.

Wednesday, March 24, 2010

Ashe + Leandro

Full of bright ideas
(photography by Gregg Delman for Manhattan Magazine)

Wednesday, March 17, 2010

Meet Nelson

Our furniture fabricator. Get back Nelson, we have tables to make!

A few of my favorite things

Sunday, March 14, 2010

Move to the Left Coast

Rent my sister's 700 sq ft apartment in West Hollywood this summer. Available June and July for $2600 per month. One-bedroom, one bath, fully furnished.

Healthy Living- Hollywood Farmer's Market

Thursday, March 11, 2010

Put em' up

Ariel says hi from L.A

Friday, March 5, 2010

Ariel, Me and Al

Check us out in the March/April issue of Manhattan Magazine, on newsstands now

Thursday, March 4, 2010

Boom (2)

Thilo Heinzmann, O.T. Oil, pigment on canvas, under plexiglas cover

Visit The Armory Show in New York

Monday, March 1, 2010

It stands!

I worked for SOM for a couple of years and my first project was the Design Development of the man made island of Bahrain Bay which I followed with the Design Development and Construction Documents for the Arcapita Headquarters building on that same Island development. It feels good seeing that building stand.
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