San Francisco, CA -- (ReleaseWire) -- 04/14/2014 -- New York is famed throughout the world for its astonishing architecture, known as the home of the sky scraper and of modern design. It is no surprise then that many of the world’s most famed architecture firms reside in New York, and Murdock Solon are among one of the most renowned firms in the city. It came as a surprise to traditionalists when the company launched its blog, which features design, advice and guidance for the laymen, but it has since become an essential resource among the city elite for keeping abreast of trends and making the best of remodeling.
The blog, which features editorials on designing and incorporating an office nook into an existing space, staff picks of the best exhibition spaces from this year’s Architectural Digest Home Show and where to splurge and save when remodeling. The blog focuses on helping trend-setters get advice from leading experts that will help them transform their spaces effectively.
The blog allows the company to use their authority in the field to establish themselves as both highly skilled but also approachable, and also allows them to keep track of their own features in high profile media like Design Bureau magazine. Click here to view the latest posts.
A spokesperson for Murdock Solon Architects explained, “The blog is a great resource for us to develop because it helps us express the value of what we do in everyday contexts- people don’t think about how architecture shapes the way they inhabit and interact with spaces- how light is distributed can affect whether a space feels vibrant or cramped, and a single impressive centerpiece can draw so much attention that it allows for big savings elsewhere. Architecture is an alchemical mix of art and science, and we can only help people understand its value by discussing these concepts and how to use them practically.”
About Murdock Solon Architects
Murdock Solon Architects is an Award Winning New York City-based architecture firm focused on residential, commercial, and institutional projects. The company has worked on historic Landmarked buildings for both residential and commercial projects and approaches each project with extensive research and thoughtful creativity from concept to completion. For more information please visit: http://www.murdocksolon.com/