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Sarah Jessica Parker And Matthew Broderick’s NYC Townhome

I heard that Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick’s NYC Townhome was up for sale but didn’t truly believe a lot of it. I ran across some photos these days and was very taken back. I guess you never ever know what a celebrities design or tastes are till they place their home up for sale. I loved seeking by means of these photographs not because the area belongs to two massive celebrities but simply because they were lovely and designed so well. The banister it fairly amazing along with all of the artwork. If I had a house that big and that great I could just never leave it. Read More

Contemporary Interior By I29 Architects

i29 Architects have designed this cool interior  for an apartment in Amsterdam.
This single-family members apartment for four men and women is located in a stately developing in southern Amsterdam, NL. The authentic construction, with rooms for personnel, a double hall and prolonged hallways with tons of doors has been transformed into a spacious, transparent dwelling full of light and air. Read More

Hudson Valley Weekend

I love weddings (who does not?) and I believed it would be enjoyable to share a couple of photos of the wedding we attended this weekend in the Hudson Valley.
1. The wedding took area in a vineyard overlooking the Hudson River.&nbsp two. The lovely bride and groom.&nbsp 3. Kippahs stacked in a basket.&nbsp four. Love the customized napkins.&nbsp 5. Excellent notion: framed images of the dad and mom, grandparents and excellent grandparents of the bride and groom.&nbsp 6. Beer served in a canoe in trying to keep with the rustic theme.&nbsp seven. A enormous tent for dining on the grounds of the vineyard.

Next up: Rosh HaShanah prep!
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Development Observe: Starchitect Jean Nouvel’s Significantly-anticipated Tower Verre

Monday, September 22, 2014, by Lily di Costanzo

Screen%20Shot%202014-09-22%20at%208.04.39%20AM.pngStarchitect Jean Nouvel’s much-anticipated Tower Verre is last but not least moving ahead with construction, as the developer just took out—coughchokegasp—an \$860M loan, \$85.3M of which was utilized to purchase air rights from the neighboring MoMA and the St. Thomas Episcopal Church. At long final, an encouraging sign from the 82-story tower, which has faced a slew of hold-ups given that its initial proposal in 2007—as effectively as a handful of sizable economic bumps. When it really is carried out, it will house 145 apartments and 3 floors of MoMA gallery room. [Arch Daily previously] Read More