Interior design of open living dining space at Amagansett project

A modern, minimalist counterpoint to the classic Hamptons beach house, our Amagansett Dunes project exemplifies what we call ‘studied simplicity.’ When the clients set out to create a coastal family retreat, they enlisted Barnes Coy Architects to design a strong

With Fourth House, Elena brought her curatorial eye and design sense to Wexler Gallery‘s diverse roster of artists and designers.  Fourth House plays a tongue-in-cheek reference to the 1970s-era renaissance of astrology, and the fourth house of the zodiac symbolizing

Portrait of Co-Curators

In 1973, Women Choose Women made waves throughout the art world. Presented at The New York Cultural Center, it was the first large-scale museum exhibition of women artists in New York, notably also curated by a committee of women artists.

Christine Keefe flag paintings installed at Exhibition The Barn

When Elena first met Christine Keefe, it was a magic moment. At Keefe’s grand artist studio, with soaring ceilings to house her large-scale paintings, her creative process was on full display: collages of photographs pinned to the wall, open Pantone

Rug installation at Exhibition The Barn

Late last year, The Rug Company invited Elena to collaborate on a bespoke rug design. This presented not only the opportunity to work with one of our favorite brands, but on top of that, to design with carte blanche. Naturally,

We’re pleased to present “Dual Natures,” a new group exhibition at The Barn. Artists on view include Christine Keefe, Elizabeth Karsch, Lori Hawkins, Marianna Peragallo, Mia Fonssagrives Solow, and Beau Bree Rhee. From Keefe’s juxtaposition of illusionism and flatness in

Guest Room Design Ideas

The holidays have arrived, and we’re turning our attention to guest rooms. Far from being second fiddle, the guest room is a wonderful space for creative experimentation, combining the amenities of a hotel with the intimacy and charm of a

The owner of this Gramercy townhouse is what you could call a creative force. As a fashion industry veteran turned real estate developer, restaurateur, and even Broadway producer, she is both sensitive artist and savvy entrepreneur – the problem is,

Nature is a powerful force for New York-based multidisciplinary artist Keren Anavy. It is both subject matter and metaphor within her work – a cultural agent that shapes our world, and tells our stories. Since moving from Tel Aviv to

chelsea loft frampton co

At our Chelsea Loft project, the client came to us with an adventurous design sense and an expansive, open-concept great room – in many ways a designer’s dream, albeit with one ‘problem’ area. The secondary dining area, while ideal for

Nick Missel Artist Interview

Engaging in what he describes as ‘cultural archaeology,’ Philadelphia-based artist and designer Nick Missel captures echoes of our physical world, reviving discarded and overlooked materials as one-of-a-kind, functional sculptures. His particular blend of unrestrained experimentation, inverted form-making, and a human