Archive: Aug 2013

  1. Thursday Salute to Originals: The Fruit Fly

    There is usually a bowl of fruit in our office kitchen, and last week we have been so busy on deadlines that we forgot to throw it away! Good thing we caught it in time, the fruit made it to the compost pile just as we spotted a fruit fly buzzing around. It got us […]

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  2. Thursday Salute to Originals: Pareidolia

    We like to consider our projects works of art, especially when it comes to selecting and perfecting the surface (or face) of the backlit project. There are truly endless arrays of translucent surfaces that we can implement into our backlit systems, and each will “speak” differently to every client. No one has the same interpretation. […]

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  3. Thursday Salute to Originals: Locksmith > Architect?

    As the owner of a small locksmith shop in the West Village of NYC, Phil Mortillaro wanted to differentiate his storefront. Approaching an architect years ago, Mortillaro posed the challenge, “what can I do with this place? It looks like any building on Queens Boulevard, I’m proud to be an American, I’d like you to […]

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  4. Thursday Salute to Originals: The Rolling Pin Reimagined

    Food prep isn’t normally renowned for its place in cutting edge design. While there are plenty of gadgets and gizmos present in modern day kitchens, they are typically geared toward making things faster, easier, and tastier; appliances usually aren’t admired for pushing the boundaries of design. However, Masters of Interior Architecture & Retail Design (MIARD) […]

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