Orient Jelly Shoe Curtain

From Brooklyn-based bathroom accessories brand Quiet Town, the Orient Jelly Shoe is a bright dual-toned shower curtain named after the Long Island town of Orient, located at the easternmost point of New York’s North Fork. Constructed in the US from durable 100% cotton canvas, the curtain features a lavender top and mustard bottom (other color schemes are also available) and it’s finished with denim hemming …

Tchotchke Gallery Opens Its First Physical Location in Brooklyn

Advocating for artists lies at the heart of this new East Williamsburg gallery

In 2020, Danielle Dewar and Marlee Katz founded Tchotchke Gallery, a then-digital art platform that reacted to the parameters of the pandemic. Now, the co-founders are expanding the gallery to its first brick-and-mortar space in East Williamsburg, Brooklyn. Opening today with a group show entitled Homecoming (on view until 11 February), Tchotchke continues to be an artists-first gallery that represents their roster beyond their works. Further, …

Interview: Acclaimed Architect Morris Adjmi

From The Rockaway Hotel to Williamsburg's Wythe Hotel and Greenpoint's The Huron residences, a figure weaving the fabric of NYC's future

Few architects have infused multiple New York City neighborhoods with a future-forward vision that manages to honor underlying heritage. Morris Adjmi, founder of the eponymous architectural practice, has done so multiple times over with meaningful contributions that range from Williamsburg’s Wythe Hotel to Dumbo’s Welcome Sign, Queens’ Rockaway Hotel, Tribeca’s Spring Studios, and now in Greenpoint with the addition of The Huron. On one of Brooklyn’s last undeveloped waterfront parcels, …