Monthly Archives: December 2011

Some fun panoramas of the Montauk renovation

I got this great free iPhone app the other day called Photosynth by Microsoft which creates instant panoramas.  The app works great and it makes creating panoramas with your iPhone incredibly easy.  Today I visited with my client out in

Some fun panoramas of the Montauk renovation

I got this great free iPhone app the other day called Photosynth by Microsoft which creates instant panoramas.  The app works great and it makes creating panoramas with your iPhone incredibly easy.  Today I visited with my client out in

My ASAP•house Living Room is chosen as “The Pick Of The Week” on “IKEA Share Space”

The living room of my ASAP•house was chosen as “The Pick Of The Week” on “IKEA Share Space“.  “IKEA Share Space” is a great website where people share their use of IKEA furniture and furnishings.  The  ASAP•house space which is featured this week uses

My ASAP•house Living Room is chosen as “The Pick Of The Week” on “IKEA Share Space”

The living room of my ASAP•house was chosen as “The Pick Of The Week” on “IKEA Share Space“.  “IKEA Share Space” is a great website where people share their use of IKEA furniture and furnishings.  The  ASAP•house space which is featured this week uses

Detail of the moving mechanism

One from the archives

My last post reminded me of a retail store I did quite a while ago, a jewelry store on 57th Street in Manhattan called Jaded.  The space for the store was very narrow but rather tall and our client was

Detail of the moving mechanism

One from the archives

My last post reminded me of a retail store I did quite a while ago, a jewelry store on 57th Street in Manhattan called Jaded.  The space for the store was very narrow but rather tall and our client was

Geodesic Dome Display

Holiday Shopping visit to Anthropologie

This past weekend I visited the ANTHROPOLOGIE Store in Greenvale on Glen Cove Road and came across a few interesting display strategies.  One of them was a geodesic dome which enclosed an area reserved for home furnishings and which worked very

Geodesic Dome Display

Holiday Shopping visit to Anthropologie

This past weekend I visited the ANTHROPOLOGIE Store in Greenvale on Glen Cove Road and came across a few interesting display strategies.  One of them was a geodesic dome which enclosed an area reserved for home furnishings and which worked very

Virtual Building on Read Street

I was walking down Read Street the other day and came across this structure holding up the side of a building. I love these frames that you find more frequently these days all over the city.  As a bit of

Virtual Building on Read Street

I was walking down Read Street the other day and came across this structure holding up the side of a building. I love these frames that you find more frequently these days all over the city.  As a bit of

Close-up of the pergola

The final product is coming into view

The front porch is really coming along with the pergola structure all finished and awaiting the trellis to be installed on top. The interior is also progressing well, with most of the painting finished and the kitchen cabinets partially installed.

Close-up of the pergola

The final product is coming into view

The front porch is really coming along with the pergola structure all finished and awaiting the trellis to be installed on top. The interior is also progressing well, with most of the painting finished and the kitchen cabinets partially installed.

The new ASAP•house Series H-2700 prefab home

The ASAP•house Series H prefab homes we have recently introduced are all built with SIP’s as the walls and roofs creating a very energy-efficient envelope allowing these houses to use very little energy to heat and cool.  The houses are

The new ASAP•house Series H-2700 prefab home

The ASAP•house Series H prefab homes we have recently introduced are all built with SIP’s as the walls and roofs creating a very energy-efficient envelope allowing these houses to use very little energy to heat and cool.  The houses are