Michelle Gubitosa
Managing Partner

Nilda Martin
Managing Partner

Christina Martin
Media + Marketing Assistant




Where the Architects Live.

At this year's Salone del Mobile in Milan, there is a whole exhibition devoted to the topic of where architects live. Aptly named, Where Architects Live will give visitors a glimpse inside of eight homes where great architects, from Zaha Hadid to Shigeru Ban, hang their hats. Gizmodo covers the exhibition as well as adds a few of their favorites to some pretty incredible places. Check it out!


Victorian or Bust.

Designed by Bari Ziperstein over at the new House of Honey Shop, these amazing hand painted Victorian Bust lamps are somewhat of a mesh of all the oddities and a little punk that we can't help but love. Goes for a cool 2,000 but definitely worth checking out!


22 Years.

The Lisbon Design and Fashion Museum (MUDE) is holding 22 Years of Design at Faculty of Architecture - University of Lisbon Exhibition by Marco Rocha & Mário Matos Ribeiro, providing a deconstructive context of the creative process -- set with suspended cage-like frames, fabric fringed lighting, suit lining, glowing white palettes, in which to consider student fashion, products, and graphics, the exhibition highlights 22 years of design education at FA-UL. Check it out!


Writer's Retreat.

Everytime I hear the words "Writer's retreat" I start to dream. I mean, who wouldn't? Check out Weston, Surman & Dean and their version. The company was asked to build a studio that reflected their client's passion for children's literature and mythology. Called The Writer's Shed, it's also one of twenty-four projects shortlisted for the AJ Small Projects Award 2014. See more here.


Grocery Shopping.

So this isn't going to be about Chanel's Fall RTW 2014 collection -- all the sportswear, lace-ups, greys and what have you -- but more so the idea behind the set-up itself. It's what everyone's talking about, the almost over-the-top, overbranded supermarket set that is more cool, cheeky, and slightly bizarre for the more traditional Paris Fashion Week followers. You can check out some of NYLON's slideshow here or at T Magazine here.