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Architectural Digest Greenroom at the Oscars

Remains Lighting is thrilled to be part of the Architectural Digest Greenroom at the Oscars designed by Los Angeles based Commune Design and Julianne Moore. Inspired by the classic midcentury homes of Mulholland Drive, Commune has installed a light-filled, modernist … Continue reading

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Museum of American Precision (Continued)

Whew. Now, here’s the stuff: The Museum of American Precision has the very first Bridgeport vertical milling machine #0001. It’s in its standard grey and blue, the paint is beautifully crazed from age. The machine, which dates from 1938 is … Continue reading

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Museum of American Precision

With great subterfuge and possibly some outright lies, I got Alix through the doors of the Museum of American Precision. This pulsing heart of luddite nerd-dom is in an old mill building in Windsor Vermont where machine tools were engineered … Continue reading

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Brooklyn Made Certification

Remains is proud to be awarded Brooklyn-Made Certification by the Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce. The Brooklyn-Made Certification program was created with the help of NYU’s Wagner Capstone Program Graduate students last year to promote businesses based in and/or manufacturing in … Continue reading

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Manufacturer’s (Hannover) Trust Building

In 1918 Manufacturers Trust bought the Northwest corner of 34th Street and Eighth Avenue. I can’t believe these bronze doorways are that early. They seem to date to a renovation in the early 1930s to my eye. I love the … Continue reading

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181 Madison Avenue

181 Madison Avenue, at the corner of Madison Avenue and 34th Street in Manhattan has jaw dropping window and door surrounds by the French designer and fabricator Edgar Brandt. I pass this building, designed by Warren and Wetmore, often on my … Continue reading

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Stanford White Awards Winners

The Institute of Classical Architecture and Art has announced the winners of the annual Stanford White Awards for Excellence in Classical and Traditional Design. These awards recognize excellence in new classical and traditional architecture, interiors, landscape, urbanism, and building craftsmanship & artisanship … Continue reading

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Third Annual Stanford White Awards – Submissions Due October 27th

The Institute of Classical Architecture and Art has announced the third annual Stanford White Awards for Excellence in Classical and Traditional Design. These awards recognize excellence in new classical and traditional architecture, interiors, landscape, urbanism, and building craftsmanship & artisanship … Continue reading

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