December 18, 2011
There is really only one word to describe New York City at Christmas time: magical.
This will be my second winter in the city but my first to take the time to truly appreciate it. Despite the noise, the people, the traffic, the advertisements, and the non-stop hustle and bustle of this city, I, every so often, come across moments when everything stops … and in that stillness I take a deep breath, silently enjoying the discovery of a part of the city that makes it all worth it.
It’s getting cold outside, but architects Easton+Combs warmed our spirits over at Focus Lighting this week with their striking installation for the final Boffo pop-up shop of the season (featuring the fashions of Ohne Titel).
This is such a beautiful, well-executed space by Easton+Combs that, instead of summarizing our lighting design as I usually do, I’m going to let the work speak for itself. Sometimes I prefer to explore and appreciate things on my own, so I can allow my imagination to run free. The experience of this type of space can really have a different meaning for everyone, so I invite you to enjoy the photos on your own, to see where your imagination takes you.