We were thrilled to open a second studio location in the Hamptons this summer and hosted receptions on June 29th and July 21st. What a joy to share this milestone with our nearest and dearest! The year-round working studio in

Milan Design Week is the most important annual interior design event in the world. This year, three of us attended to divide and conquer the 2 million square feet at Salone del Mobile. Exhibitions and events spread throughout the entire

Frampton Co kicked off 2018 with some exciting speaking engagements. First we participated in the City of Tomorrow summit at the 92nd Street Y. Editor Mieke ten Have moderated the “Women in Design” panel, a timely topic. Elena discussed the

What do you say when New York Cottages & Gardens says they are teaming up with the Brooklyn Heights Association to do their first show house a block from your apartment? If you’re our creative director Elena Frampton – you

The phrase ‘In a New York minute’ comes to mind when thinking about how we deliver quality, meaningfully designed spaces to our clients on ever shrinking project schedules. Whether it’s a new addition to the family coming in a short

Elena participated in a great conversation among a distinguished panel “Dialogues: Art in Design”, with Bruce Bierman and Scott Himmel moderated by Glenn Gissler. Our studio is naturally art-centric and loved the Q&A! Elena brought her unique perspective: How important

Milan Design Week, comprised of Salone del Mobile and Fuorisalone, is the most important event in the world related to interior design. Salone del Mobile, spread over 2 million square feet and 2,000 exhibitors, is the international reference point for

Seven’s a crowd, which means it took a serious overhaul to this classic prewar apartment on the Upper East Side to accommodate a stylish modern family. A systematic layering of patterns and textures drove the design, all punctuated with bold

Mirrors have defined and expanded the spaces of just about every era. A mirrored or reflective surface adds exponential depth, movement and light to a space. Classically this material technique has been used to elongate a room, placed decoratively above

There is an art to combining just the right typography with the right space. A well suited font can stake a powerful and nuanced claim in the definition of a spatial aesthetic. Since Robert Venturi and Denise Scott Brown helped