Oh! how we love New York! Specially, it's energy with all it's people walking by. On a typical Saturday morning in the middle of summer, thousands of joggers, walkers and families strolling flod Central Park. Did I mention the sun worshipers? Blankets in tow, bikinis in a row offer a colorful new constrast to the green grass carpet of the many hills in the park. The energy amazing! I sure beckons my inner exercise demon to wake up.
But more so, as we walk from about 96 to 14th street, I can't help from wondering, what would it be like to work as a designer in the city? Sure, I have come up on client shopping trips before (and in the winter too), yet for the daily routine, I find it merely exhausting. I can say I am totally spoiled by the convenience of having the largest design center in my backyard. The DCOTA or the Design Center of the Americas boasts 700,000 sq. ft. of interior design heaven, and while I have personally shopped and visited the two main design centers in the city NYDC and A&D building, I much prefer the all-inclusive DCOTA.
equiped Italian-styled modern showrooms, or what secret source will pop up every year down by the brewery, but let's not forget the comforts of air-conditioning: a must in Florida and this weekend I will say in New york too.