June 14th, 2018
The Monadnock was conceived primarily as a business centre; in fact, upon its completion, it was the world’s largest office building. Architects Burnham & Root designed the north half (built 1891); Holabird & Roche designed the south half (built 1893). Names that are becoming strangely familiar, by now.
The ground floor is purely commercial; a café, a restaurant, various retail shops, a ”shoe hospital”, every single one of them oozing old-school elegance. I am sure their interior design, unique yet totally coordinated, is a prerequisite and constitutes a lengthy clause in their leasing contract.
Whatever the cause, the result is the most atmospheric commercial gallery I have ever encountered.
November 2nd, 2017
But I prefer Dr. Martens
September 9th, 2017
– Hello? This is 2018 calling; may I please speak to…
– Oh, hello 2018, sorry to interrupt, we’ve been expecting your call. Please hold for 2019, it’ll be right with you shortly!
December 31st, 2018
Scotty the Bear (x2) and Cuddly the Cat, at a flower shop window.
Somewhere in Midtown.
May 7th, 2017
On Emerson & E. Broadway
Telegraph Hill, Boston
April 30th, 2017
Beware the monster of fashion. First, it will devour your wallet.
Then, it will bewitch your soul.
Cast spells until you become
its humble disciple.
Obedient. Willing. Stylish.
March 19th, 2017
Het cross-over atelier aan de (zee)slag.
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