• FULL SPECTRUM

              Night by Hiroko Takeda           Nocturne Credenza by Vonnegut/Kraft          Chaise Lounger by Moving Mountains          Relevé by Vonnegut/Kraft Hitch Mirror by Grain Axle Side Table by Studio Paolo Ferrari Lexan Coffee Table by Phaedo More  →
  • HOME IS WHERE THE CHAIR IS

    In my four years working at Colony, I've moved four times - which means I've become quite familiar with my material objects and their respective dimensions as I've fit them into the back of various moving vans, up countless sets of stairs, and around tight corners. Each packing period has become an exercise in self-editing and assessing [...] More  →
  • New Year’s Revelations

    Whether you would rather believe in the power of the inaugural New Year's resolution or scoff at it, 'tis the time of year to focus on a fresh start. While I encourage an introspective search at the start of 2019, there's also a highly cultivated list of classic resolutions to pick from should you feel [...] More  →
  • STASIS FINALE | BALANCE

    BALANCE   A moment of ease, of pause, of equilibrium; balance exists in a state where tension has been laid to rest. "Caught between the tongue and the taste.”  Anne Carson BALANCE – PLAYLIST Unfucktheworld - Angel Olsen We are Fine - Sharron Van Etten Counter Charm - She Keeps Bees Always Forever - Cults **listen on spotify [...] More  →
  • FAMILY TIES 4 | HOMETOWN NOSTALGIA

    Our hometowns built our world view during formative years and, although that view continues to expand daily, there's a remaining pull to the places we grew up. Our Colony community was shaped on a spectrum ranging from the Spruce forests of Massachusetts to the grit of Soho in the early 80's. Hometown color: "the dark but vibrant green [...] More  →
  • FAMILY TIES 2 | THANKSGIVING

    My Thanksgiving memories are filled with the scraping of chairs on hard-wood floors, the clattering of plates hungrily set, and the twitch of my mother's lips as I excuse myself to take my father's phone call. With aunts and baby cousins and snide remarks from an ever-loving sister, the day is a whir of conversation flavored [...] More  →
  • EMERGENCE 12 | THE PROCESS OF PRODUCTION

    Putting together a cohesive collection requires a calculated sense of control. From hand-blackened brass to cerused oak; the meticulously designed details of a piece define its quality and integrity. Whatever path an Independent American design studio takes in its growth, the control they maintain over production defines their ongoing success and the future of both the [...] More  →
  • EMERGENCE 10 | DRAWING PARALLELS

    Lest we forget the importance of parallels between design disciplines, we have only to recall our foundation programs in school. Students of architecture were busy in Statics while those in the fashion department found themselves sewing in Construction class.   As students of design, we study shape; the structure of it, the transformations it can undergo, [...] More  →
  • EMERGENCE 5 | SELF REFLECTIVE

    While exhilarating, the physical output for Colony’s annual NYCxDesign Week exhibition each May is also exhausting. All of the work put into our 2016 show, The Collections 02, including showroom layout, install, and event management was being tackled by a team of two - Jean and myself. In addition to exhibit prep, I was battling [...] More  →

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