MSA Featured in New American Luxury

Press | By Murdock Solon Architects |


Murdock Solon Architects is featured in New American Luxury's July/August/September issue in "Making History Shine," by Christina Adams. Focused on Murdock Solon Architect's unique expertise in historic/landmark buildings and galleries, Adams describes the firm's approach to such challenges, including a strong understanding of the demands of New York City and a desire to preserve and enhance. She highlights how both owners' backgrounds work together so successfully:


MSA Featured on Houzz

General Interest, Press | By Murdock Solon Architects |

Houzz Feature

Murdock Solon Architect's project is featured in "10 Ways Library Ladders Give Rooms a Lift," by Lisa Frederick. In the article, Frederick showcases ways to utilize ladders beyond the library.  "Library ladders, which are rolling or sliding ladders that hang on a rail to provide access to high shelves, lend such a refined, polished air to the room they occupy. As you might guess from the name, they traditionally were used in libraries with high ceilings so that people could reach books stored on the top shelves. But today homeowners and designers use them in every room of the house…" Read the whole article here. To see more Murdock Solon Architects projects, visit the website here. 


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General Interest, Press | By Murdock Solon Architects |


Murdock Solon Architects' project The Brooklyn Brownstone was featured in this week. The article, by Maria Ricapito, describes the owner's (Mariza Scotch and Dièry Prudent) desires as they took on each detail of their home's remodel. From the entry to the backyard, Ricapito recaps how the they took time to personalize the space.


Defining the Heart of the Home – MSA on Kitchens

General Interest, Interior Design, Kitchen Design | By Murdock Solon Architects |


As NYC residential architects, Murdock Solon Architects often redesign one of the home's most important rooms - the kitchen. With so much importance on everyday living, this room is often the most personal room to define. Partner Kelly Solon, AIA, discusses Murdock Solon's experience and approach to taking on kitchens.


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. 

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