Overlooking the Hudson River our studio is architecturally progressive in a Fifties/Sixties motif with furnishings included in the Permanent Collection of the Museum of Modern Art. During daylight hours natural light bathes the studio from early morning til sunset through the 50 eight foot windows accessing unobstructed views East, South, and West over the Hudson River. At night the studio view is of the evening river traffic from the Statue of Liberty to the Jersey Cliffs.
The studio can be divided easily into two separate spaces by closing 2 fourteen foot doors and still be visually accessible atop a flight of free standing metal stairs with a mezzanine overlooking both spaces. Shoji screens 15 foot high of steel and rice paper/plexi break up the minimalist design adding flow and visual interest.