So many supportive clients and friends have asked about our renovation progress, so today I’m sharing a behind-the-scenes view…
Demolition of the 1st floor started a few weeks ago with the goal to open up the three distinct storefront spaces into an open studio and gallery of taste’s work. As with any building 130 years old, the crew found a few surprises and treasures. Old bottles, trinkets, toys and even a perfectly preserved possum skeleton (!) awaited discovery under the floor boards.
While retaining our open-work environment, the 1st floor space is delineated by framed openings, pocket doors and trimmed beams. Natural light is abundant, with windows on both the north and south sides of the building.
The first floor of our new space will feature a gallery of taste’s work, client center, production department and interior design library with workstations bathed in natural light. Upstairs, interior and architectural designers will work together in an airy studio, complete with a deck for those impromptu ideation sessions that call for the benefit of fresh air.
Stay tuned for more updates as we prepare for our move in July!