Monthly Archives: March 2015

Introducing the Contessa Chandelier

I do not usually post about the lighting I work with, even though I am regularly bowled over by its beauty and craft. Today, however, I want to share a special tie I have to the latest addition to Remains … Continue reading

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Simon Pearce Glassblowing Workshop

The Simon Pearce workshop in Windsor, VT allows visitors to view the ongoing work of the glassblowing shop. Because of the glass furnaces, this shop doesn’t need heat in the winter. We visited in July… Even though it was a … Continue reading

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The ICAA New York Chapter Presents Arne Maynard

I am very happy to announce the formation of a new, New York chapter of the Institute of Classical Architecture and Art, of which I have been named president. The ICAA has grown dramatically in scope as well as in … Continue reading

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