Founded by artists Andrew Kennedy and Magda DeJose, Sculpture Space NYC – located in Long Island City, NYC – is a stunning ceramics and sculpture center of 4,500 sq. feet of individual and communal workspaces, high ceilings and natural light, equipped with potter wheels, slab roller, clay extruder, electric and gas kilns, and a glaze chemistry room for its members – artists, designers and craftspeople – to experiment, learn, make, reflect and develop their artistic skills. SSNYC also provides classes, workshops and mentoring to help artists and designers develop prototypes and realize their clay-based projects. Keep Reading
MADE hotel recently opened its door in the NoMad area of New York City. NoMad is an acronym for North of Madison (Square). This 18-story boutique hotel featuring 108 uniquely designed guest rooms is a hotel where you are sure to get your value. Placing priority on guest experience MADE was designed around the concept of space-sharing in communal open settings. Keep Reading
Botanical is one epithet that describes the present times accurately. Green plant motifs are ubiquitous and city dwellers seem to have an insatiable desire to be in the proximity of greenery, whether at home, at work, in coffee places, stores, restaurants. It also relates to a penchant for vintage and a revival of the mid-century aesthetics and mood, which boasts an abundance of indoor plants as one of its main features.