Posts Tagged: Interior Design

Learning from Beale Street

David Bradshaw Fresh out of architecture school in 2012, I got an offer to intern at the San Francisco office of a big global design firm. I managed to eke out a living on an intern’s salary by living off

Learning from Beale Street

David Bradshaw Fresh out of architecture school in 2012, I got an offer to intern at the San Francisco office of a big global design firm. I managed to eke out a living on an intern’s salary by living off

Contemporary Access

We worked in collaboration with Paulett Taggart Architects on this Carnegie library, originally designed by Ernest Coxhead, and completed in 1918. It’s a beautiful terra cotta Beaux-Arts structure in the shape of a basilica, and has been loved by its neighbors for generations.

Contemporary Access

We worked in collaboration with Paulett Taggart Architects on this Carnegie library, originally designed by Ernest Coxhead, and completed in 1918. It’s a beautiful terra cotta Beaux-Arts structure in the shape of a basilica, and has been loved by its neighbors for generations.

Art & the Unexpected

Sometimes the intersection between art and architecture takes you to unexpected places. I thought of this when one of the arts organizations I’m involved with commissioned paintings of its board members. I gave Moses Brown, the artist assigned to create my portrait, a photograph of myself to work with.

Art & the Unexpected

Sometimes the intersection between art and architecture takes you to unexpected places. I thought of this when one of the arts organizations I’m involved with commissioned paintings of its board members. I gave Moses Brown, the artist assigned to create my portrait, a photograph of myself to work with.