Our slide apartment has made many a headlines over the past few years and continues to do so. Check out this great article about indoor residential slides from the Wall Street Journal which features our one and only. SEE THE PROJECT
Our old friends at Houzz have featured us yet again in a recent article about space enhancements for small bathrooms. (hint: We’re the harnessers of mirror power!) Click here for the entire article
We are always in the pursuit of eco-friendly design and adopting the practices of the Passive House Institute of the US is our next step towards energy efficient housing and smart design. http://www.phius.org/home-page
It seems as though people (and a dog) are making good use of our phone booth installation at Civic Hall.
A great write-up on CurbedNY of our beautiful new Townhouse renovation: Click this link to read more.
Wayne Turett and Jessica Shaw took part of some fashion week activity Tuesday night while attending our client Elie Tahari’s fashion show!
The big reveal for Dirt Candy is coming this week, and we are proud to have been part of the design process. It was a pleasure to help the owner realize her dreams and breathe life into her vision. Check this out for the review, and keep posted for more photos!
Turett Collaborative Architects (TCA) is proud to announce recent key promotions within the firm. Simeon Seigel, RA LEED AP Certified, has been named a Partner with the firm. Simeon has been an instrumental contributor to TCA’s growth over the past decade, involved in all aspects of design and management for projects of all types. Simeon’s… Read more
Turett Collaborative Architects (TCA), a boutique architecture and interior design firm recognized for creating exquisite urban residences, is stepping up its interior design services. TCA is an architectural leader in the renovation of historic sites for single family townhouses and luxury multi-unit apartments. The stepped-up commitment to interior design includes TCA’s creation of an Interior Design… Read more
What could be more appropriate for a new harbor-side park in Brooklyn — and once the site of a great port complex – than to incorporate shipping container design. That’s what we believed, and the New York City Parks Department agreed. As a building material, these containers offer a lot. They are abundant, and recycling… Read more