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Journey to Japan – Part 1

Journey to Japan – Part 1

Written by Angélique Chmielewski

While Steve and I were in Japan during this last trip, we crammed every day with meetings and activities. Steve had a head start and flew out a few days…

Hudson Roadtrip

Hudson Roadtrip

Written by Angélique Chmielewski

Last weekend a few friends and I took a trip upstate a couple hours to recharge in the heart of the Hudson Valley. With the help of a little fresh…

The Maine Thing

The Maine Thing

Written by Angélique Chmielewski

We went to Maine recently. It was a great mini trip and involved all the things you’d expect out of this coastal region. We basically did three main activities during…

Architectural House Tour III: Glass House

Architectural House Tour III: Glass House

Written by Angélique Chmielewski

We recently went up to New Canaan, Connecticut to visit Philip Johnson’s infamous Glass House, built in 1949. Unlike many beautifully designed homes commissioned by wealthy patrons, this 47 acre…

Cold Spring, NY

Cold Spring, NY

Written by Angélique Chmielewski

Daytrips are always a nice way to get a break from the bustling city and to get your adventure fix in to rejuvenate for the work week ahead. So when…

Memorial Day at Beacon

Memorial Day at Beacon

Written by Angélique Chmielewski

Memorial day weekend is like the unofficial start of summer in NY. It’s when people start leaving the city and heading for their long weekend summer get-aways. This Memorial Day,…

Architectural House Tour II: Fallingwater

Architectural House Tour II: Fallingwater

Written by Angélique Chmielewski

To continue on our house tour series, I wanted to share photos from our trip to Fallingwater a couple years back. Fallingwater is a beautiful home beset in a little…

Architectural House Tour I: The Stahl House

Architectural House Tour I: The Stahl House

Written by Angélique Chmielewski

The Stahl House’s notoriety likely comes more from the popularity of the iconic photo above and the photographer who took it, Julius Shulman, than from any other reason. Unlike other…

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