“A historic Brooklyn gem is sensitively reinspirited to suit its next generation of stewards.”⁠⠀ We’re delighted to share that our Brooklyn Townhouse project is this month’s cover star of Luxe Interiors + Design. Our distinct creative perspective and original design

Cinco de Mayo marked the 5-year anniversary of Frampton Co. I treated myself with a visit to the nursery for some flora – that is, after I found one that was open. I took my time roaming, stopping and smelling and reflected on

The past couple of months have been informative, both design-wise and life-wise. More time in interior spaces offers the opportunity to reflect on not only what makes us “us,” but also on ideas of enhanced livability – complementing the way we *actually* live. Our guiding design light is not trend. It’s addressing honest

This month, we photographed our recently completed Brooklyn Townhouse project, a rare wood-framed townhouse in the landmarked Fort Greene historic district. Built in 1853, the design strategy focused on preserving the good bones and inserting select modern updates. Architectural additions

This month, Elena ventured on an art-filled adventure to Mexico City and Oaxaca. From the Material Art Fair and Zona Maco, to Salón ACME and intimate studio visits, there was no shortage of creative inspiration. In between openings and previews,

We’ve spent years cultivating an intentional community, ever-eager to bring one another into valuable conversation on art, design, and the in-between. Our take on the “salon-style” concept conversation began at our Bridgehampton gallery, Exhibition The Barn. We invited our art

2020 marks a brand new decade—and also the 5-year anniversary for Frampton Co. What a thrilling ride it’s been! After several years of setting the foundation, our studio vision truly came to life in 2019. We opened doors to new

This fall, we officially opened doors to our new, 5,000 square foot studio on East 19th Street. In conjunction with the opening, we also launched Exhibition Penthouse – our second experimental gallery space, and the sister site to Exhibition The

After 12 years of planting seeds and growth we said goodbye to our studio in search of more space. Elena saw 16 different offices in preparation for the expansion, and only one stood out: a light-filled penthouse suite with a

Elena and fellow creative business woman and friend, Currie Person of Spartan Shop, have traveled the world on annual inspiration trips for over 15 years, so it was no surprise when the two decided to co-curate a show, Terra Cognita,