Great day at 199 Coopers Neck Lane, Southampton yesterday. Only 3 Doors away from the Atlantic Ocean, this sprawling 3.00 acre property built in 1910 was designed by renowned architect Grosvenor Atterbury. The plans for the home have been developed by the homeowner Michael Bruno, founder of 1stdibs, in collaboration with architect Arthur Fraser. Also… Continue reading Coopers Neck Lane
Art is a major component when exploring Miami and all it has to offer. A must see visit is to the Wynwood Art District with its diverse art and murals on almost every building. A feast for the eyes. Featured image: wall mural at Wynwood Walls. More from Wynwood Walls and Gardens: Art on commercial… Continue reading Miami Art Walk
Luckily for us the inventive, modern and pioneering vision of Zaha Hadid lives on through the firm Zaha Hadid Architects. 520West28 is one of their recent residential projects right off the High Line in New York, stop by for the Pop Up Gallery featuring a few of her iconic buildings and interior design accessories.
A bit of color on a cloudy day.
Strolling around Hudson View Gardens buildings, love the Tudor style architecture in the Hudson Heights, NYC neighborhood. A lot of the buildings were designed by George F. Pelham and were built from 1923-1925. At that time Hudson View Gardens was the largest housing cooperative in New York and one of the earliest primarily for the… Continue reading Hudson Heights
Ford Amphitheater at Coney Island Boardwalk in Brooklyn is New York’s first boutique amphitheater with restaurant Kitchen 21 Inside.
NYC skyline featuring the Freedom Tower.
Oculus ceiling. If you look closely you will see a faint image of the Freedom Tower.
Renovated Karp House – home of Norton Museum’s director in West Palm Beach, FL. It is a combination of two homes from 1917 and 1919.
Wythe Hotel x Indian Larry Motorcycles – Williamsburg, Brooklyn.