EOA/Elmslie Osler Architects is working on the renovation of
an East Hampton house. The project includes
the addition of an entry portico, new windows and extensive changes inside. The
shingle-style house was built almost twenty years ago. Check back to follow its
transformation from traditional to contemporary. There are more construction
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- This month’s Interior Design asked: What was your favorite fall-winter 2013 runway show?
Check out Robin’s answer on page 48: “Tomas Meier’s collection for Bottega Veneta revealed his inherent understanding of what is right and modern yet supremely classic?the kind of clothes you keep forever, because the fabrics, cuts, and textures always look fresh.”
Here are Robin and Tomas together in New York. © PATRICK MCMULLAN.COM
As part of DesigNYC’s program that connects designers with worthy projects, EOA/Elmslie Osler Architects designed two common rooms in the apartment complex for New Destiny Housing in the Bronx. Here are images of some of the residents enjoying the common room. Photography credit: Ben Russell.
- We are pleased to announce that our project for Anthropologie in Oklahoma City has been awarded a Society of American Registered Architects/New York Council 2013 Professional Design award. We have received the Gold Award of Excellence. For more information, link directly to the project.
EOA’s Tree House a 3000-square foot marketing office for New York’s Hudson Yard redevelopment is named to Interior Design magazine’s online exclusive: 25 More Big Ideas. Check out the full story here
- Our second retail renovation for The Metropolitan Museum of Art is now complete.
Robin will be on a panel about design for social change Thursday November 15 at the Architecture and Design Museum in L.A. Preceding the panel with be a screening of Shelter, a documentary media project chronicling architects, designers, urban planners and engineers who are using their design skills to create social change. Details here.
The Free People Calgary store is now open. We have been working with the brand to design a series of stores in the United States and Canada.
Our Schreiber and Alexander Houses have been published in a new book by Pace Publishing called House & Housing 101.
Danny Emerman, proprieter of Bottino and now Chop Shop, gives EOA a shoutout in a T Magazine blog post.