Category Archives: Clips

WSJ/My Favorite Room: Jonathan Adler

A wee bit behind in posting recent clips! Second installment of “My Favorite Room” column, from July. Click here for text.

Wall Street Journal: “My Favorite Room”

The Wall Street Journal’s Off Duty section just launched a new column, interviewing architects and designers about a favorite room (not their own!) from which to extract decorating lessons. Check out the inaugural installment–on L.A. designer Michael Smith–here and look out for the next one (Jonathan Adler) in this weekend’s paper!

The Wall(paper) Street Journal

A little late in posting this (I gave birth the day this came out!), but I wrote an article on buying schmancy designer wallpapers for the Wall Street Journal’s great new “Off Duty” section. Read on here.

Modern magazine: “Best in Show”

Wrote about a Miami townhouse that Amy Lau designed for art impresario Craig Robins in the winter 2010 issue of Modern mag. I’m too lazy to scan the article (sorry!) but, if you’re so inclined, you can read it here on Amy’s website (click on “press” and you’ll see it).

Interior Design: David Yurman boutique + NYC townhouse

Here’s clips for two recent articles I wrote for Interior Design: a rehabbed Gramercy Park  townhouse by Fractal Construction in the current issue…

…and David Yurman‘s sleek new Madison Avenue boutique by Gabellini Sheppard, published in the September “New York” issue.

Surface: Stefan and Saskia Diez

For Surface’s fall fashion issue, I penned a piece on design power couple Stefan and Saskia Diez. Love their work! For more, check out their websites here (his, hers) or click here for PDF.

My summer at Architectural Record

OK, finally catching up a bit!

Spent the summer filling in part-time for the fabulous Rita Catinella, Architectural Record‘s products editor, while she was on maternity leave. Below, a few of the sections that I produced while there:

June: Windows

July: Glass and glazing

August: Products featured in the Burj Khalifa and the Las Vegas CityCenter

September: Wall and ceiling products

And, lastly, October: Healthcare

Be sure to check out the mag’s revamped website or new iPad version!