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News

Every once in a while we'll put down our pencils and share what cool things are going on over at PLD. Whether its a design award, a magazine spread, an opening or just something we think is bad ass, we'll share it with you here.

Restaurant and Bar Design

Andrew Cohen

The Elm

... inspired by 'the beauty and curiosities of the industrial urban park', expressed ‘with a modern, hand-crafted, and sophisticated approach that results in an experience that is fresh and innovative.'

Squarespace Relaunch

Stephen Parker

Congratulations on an amazing Brand Relaunch from our good friends over @ SQUARESPACE!

(ps. arrow to the left on launch and you'll find a little ditty featuring yours truly...)

 

Architectural Digest

Stephen Parker

THE 10 MOST BEAUTIFULLY DESIGNED NEW RESTAURANTS

AD surveyed the globe to find the best new restaurants where high design tops the menu...

Wave of the future 2012

Stephen Parker

For more than a decade, we have annually honored a handful of designers, architects, and owners as our Wave of the Future, those who are young enough to be considered visionary, but tested enough to be accomplished. This year, we have compiled another stellar group. Look out for coverage of them in our September issue, and come hear them live during a panel at HD Boutique, September 11-12th in Miami Beach.  

Vogue

Stephen Parker

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Matthew Lightner’s wild-food menu of locally sourced grasses, roots, and herbs has planted Atera among New York’s most buzz-worthy eateries. In Oscar de la Renta’s verdant prints, you won’t have to forage far for a palatable pairing...

WWD

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Opening today, Atera, the newest culinary addition to New York’s TriBeCa neighborhood, is an exercise in exclusive, intimate and above all unique dining. The soothing boîte is accessed through two 100-year-old salvaged cedarwood doors and features a 12-seat, reservation-only dining bar that encircles the massive open kitchen like a stage. A vertical garden called a “living wall,” which hosts local herbs and plants such as jasmine, rosemary, ivy and mint, arches over a five-seat reclaimed walnut slab in the far corner. There is a greenhouse in the basement...

Food Republic

Stephen Parker

Wearing Their Herb Garden on Their Sleeve

Taking green design to a veritably literal level, Atera's living wall is both a statement piece and a decorative component at the newly opened restaurant in NYC's Tribeca neighborhood. "We based the restaurant's design on Matt's approach to cooking food," explains Andrew Cohen of the design firm Parts and Labor Design, referring to Atera's executive chef Matthew Lightner. Lightner is known for highlighting freshly foraged and indigenous ingredients. 

Labor Union Dinner

Stephen Parker

Jeremy Levitt and Andrew Cohen, have an office that would make any cubicle drone jealous. Outfitted with a fully loaded bar and a pool table in the main lobby area, it's no wonder the space in NYC's Soho was the perfect site for their recent "Labor Union Dinner" party.

As the founders of Parts and Labor Design, the firm behind the impressive and stylin' aesthetics at Tribeca's recently opened Atera, Levitt and Cohen work with plenty lot of Jacks in various trades. Recently, they pulled the talent together for one night of "colleague appreciation" and networking over Blue Smoke barbecue, pool and plenty of brown liquor.