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2017

Curbed Features CWB Principal’s Amagansett Retreat

Curbed Features CWB Principal’s Amagansett Retreat

06/27/2017

CWB's Ward Welch and his partner Paul Rice of Paul Rice Architecture are featured in Curbed with an article dedicated to their compact, but comfortable Amagansett getaway. The couple collaboratively re-designed the lot's fishing shack, pool shed and garden into a considered home with a balanced spatial configuration that maximizes the simple necessities and joys of a retreat. Writer Mary Jo Bowling champions the architects' crafted orchestration of the old with the new to culminate in a finished, yet relaxed feel. This small home's charm and "rustic nature" attract friends and family all year long. To read the full article click here, and to view the project on our website click here. Photography by Pernille Loof.

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2017 Andrew Martin Publication and Award Finalist

2017 Andrew Martin Publication and Award Finalist

06/13/2017

We are thrilled to announce that Fearins | Welch Interior Design, our in-house interior design firm, has been chosen as a finalist in the distinguished Andrew Martin International Interior Designer of the Year Awards. Our work will be published in this year's Andrew Martin Interior Design Review book, alongside other renowned designers. This guide is a "who's who" of the interior design industry world-wide and has been called "the bible for the interior design world." It is an essential resource for those who work in or appreciate interior design and architecture. Purchase your copy here.

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Wild in Williamsburg’s Wonderful Gardens

Wild in Williamsburg’s Wonderful Gardens

05/04/2017

Brooklyn Botanic Gardens recently published an article featuring the backyard and rooftop gardens of our project Wild in Williamsburg. Writer Jeanne Rostaing walks the reader through the 1,000 square foot backyard first, explaining the diverse array of plants (mostly indigenous to the area) and how they function to benefit the local eco-system and waterways. Then she takes a gander through the 700 square foot green roof, which boasts fruits and vegetables. Landscape designer Marni Majorelle, owner of Alive Structures, accomplished a remarkable blend of functional design and aesthetic charm. Her work provides truly special recreational spaces for the clients' daughter and dog, as well as serene escapes for the clients from the surrounding urban chaos. -Photography by Joanne H. Kim and Rachael Stollar

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New Rizzoli Design Book – Coming Soon, to a Bookstore Near You

New Rizzoli Design Book – Coming Soon, to a Bookstore Near You

03/13/2017

CWB is excited to share our participation in a soon-to-be released design book by Paul Gunther, Gay Giordano and Charles Davey. "New York Living: Re-Inventing Home" explores New York's five boroughs through the designs of their residences. One of our Carroll Gardens projects will make its debut in the publication. There will be a launch party, where you can purchase a signed copy of the book, at SuiteNY on the evening of April 18th. Let us know if you are interested in attending!

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Park Slope Lighthouse in the Spotlight

Park Slope Lighthouse in the Spotlight

01/31/2017

Our project Park Slope Lighthouse was published in Brownstoner's weekly feature, The Insider. The residence is the result of a great collaboration involving the client, interior designer Tamara Eaton, general contractor Pilaster Inc. and us. The modern structure we provided perfectly accentuates the clients' tastes, along with Tamara's skill in handpicking unique furnishings and creating captivating combinations of color and shape. Pilaster's craftsmanship can be seen in the beautifully executed detailed custom millwork throughout the home, giving it a tailored finish. One of the highlights of the stunning brownstone can be found in the kitchen, where a custom brass stove hood defines the room. To take in the full drama of the space, read the complete article here.

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On ArchDaily’s Architecture Documentaries to Watch in 2017

On ArchDaily’s Architecture Documentaries to Watch in 2017

01/17/2017

A film directed by CWB's own Malachi Connolly has made it onto ArchDaily's list of top Architecture Documentaries To Watch In 2017. Built on Narrow Land explores the past, present and future of an area of the Cape Cod seashore that was dotted with unique architecture that applied Bauhaus design principles to classic New England building approaches. To read more details about the film and to see when it's playing at a location near you, click here.

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