We are starting a new series on our What's New blog called Project Profile which will be a continuously updated journal on select new projects we are undertaking. Hopefully these journals will present various project challenges and will serve as a guide and provide insight into the design and construction process for anyone who may be considering to embark on a project.
Our first feature is a major gut renovation of a 3,500 square foot loft in Boston's Leather District. The client had initially started the project with another Boston architect; however midway through the initial design process had decided to take the project in a different direction and start from the beginning with another designer... Read More
Today we’d like to introduce you to Nima Yadollahpour. So, before we jump into specific questions about the business, why don’t... Read More
ONY architecture featured in the Boston Globe for renovation projects on a budget. Read More
ONY architecture's East Boston loft renovation project is featured in Curbed Boston. Read More
"By abstracting these elements, the Isfahan Rug is composed of four distinguishable features: a dotted pattern representing natural vegetation, linear bright silk lines etching the surface as long wheat and barley fields, a grid-like geometry representing man-made structures, and a curved scar that exposes the loom to represent a road that separates the natural landscape." Read More
A good way to begin this blog is to start with the basics. The basics of drawing. Whether an architect, an interior or industrial designer, or an artist, the skill of hand sketching is absolutely fundamental and invaluable. Too much attention is paid to computer generated drawings, renderings and... Read More