Monthly Archives:: January 2012

MSA NYC Architect Kara Koirtyohann R.A.

Latest Projects, Rooftop Addition at the High Line | By Murdock Solon Architects |

Murdock Solon Architect Kara Koirtyohann R.A. shares her experiences as a NYC architect and what it means to be part of shaping the city. She shares about her role in one of the firm's latest projects, the High Line rooftop additions. Read about how she's helped shape the project and more at Murdock Solon Architects.

Looking Up from the High Line: Murdock Solon’s Latest NYC Architecture Project

Latest Projects, Rooftop Addition at the High Line | By Murdock Solon Architects |

Take the newly finished High Line to 26th street and look up. Here you'll find one of Murdock Solon Architect's latest projects - three glass rooftop additions on 513-521 West 26th Street. 

This view from the High Line has been top of mind from the onset of the project. With the High Line's elevated experience, users see New York City from a new angle...

Decorating for a $1

Interior Design | By Murdock Solon Architects |

NYC Architect - Decorating for a $1

In the New York Times last week, Jesse McKinley describes his own attempts at interior design in his home with the best, and maybe worst, from dollar stores. He describes the growing business of peddling items for a $1 or at least a dollar amount ending in .99. While attracted to items he never knew he needed or too many of one item he actually maybe did need, he describes the need for constraint and eventual purging. 
 

Read the Article: 
http://www.nytimes.com/2012/01/12/garden/dollar-store-decor-outfitting-an-apartment.html