|via Decor Arts Now|
My friend Dwayne Clark of ClarkGaynor created this meaningful and dramatic entrance to DIFFA and the eye candy that awaits. It represents the light at the end of the tunnel after a long battle with AIDS. It draws you in and the mirrored bulbs represent reflection: thought provoking.
|Fabricut & Vern Yip|
A nod to Kinky Boots, coming to broadway ~ the laced corset design element looks as good wrapped around the napkins as it does on the walls.
|Rockwell Group and Maya Romanoff|
Simple and Dramatic ~ just the way I like it!
Why do a tabletop when you can do a whole lounge area. Signature pieces and an easy American aesthetic is what defines Thom Filicia's style. I could have jumped right in and sat down.
|with NY Design Center|
Echo Design reminded us it was spring using silk scarves and light boxes. Butterflies and bugs looked as if they jumped right off of the walls
Elegant and beautiful: You can never go wrong
Michael Aram is a tabletop darling
Under the category of : interesting use of everyday objects, these hangers are elevated to artistic status. Closets as places of transformation
|NY Univ.mentors: David Rockwell,Barry Richards|
AND the theme of Many Hands, shaping a community is expressed in...
|Gensler & Herman Miller|
Hersey Kisses. Each time a kiss is taken, the design changes
EXCUSE ME, that's brilliant!