Interior Design Net
September 2012 Issue
“at your service”

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New York Spaces
October 2011 Issue
"Sculpting Space"
Chelsea-based architects Desai/Chia invent artful solutions to common loft-design challenges.
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Architectual Digest
July 2011 Issue
“Inner Space”
Designed by Desai/Chia Architecture.
The Study doors and sliding window are by PK-30 System. Dining Room pocket doors by PK-30 give way to the Media Room. Baked white enamel finished aluminum frames with clear frosted Acrylite P-95 panels.
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Food & Wine Magazine
May 2007 Issue
“The Experimental Kitchen”
Contemporary Kitchens
Designed by Desai/Chia Architecture.
Sliding pantry doors behind a kitchen island with Lumicor honeycomb panel material “creates an effect similar to a Japanese shoji screen”. The other featured kitchen has sliding pantry doors with an anodized aluminum panel that matches the finish of the PK-30 System door frames.
Interior Magazine
January 2006 Issue
“Symphony in Ash”
Contemporary Loft
Designed by Desai/Chia Architecture.
Sliding kitchen pantry doors and master bedroom sliding doors with acid washed glass panel material.
Interior Magazine
October 2007 Issue
“The Art of Bathing”
Davis and Warshow Soho, NY Showroom
Designed by Ronnette Riley Architect.
Sliding full height wall panel, Bi-parting storeroom doors and bi-parting kitchen pass-thru doors. All with 3Form acrylic panel material.
Interior Magazine
December 2007 Issue
“Best of the Year Kitchen & Bath“
Desai/Chia Architecture Apartment, New York
Sliding pantry and closet storage doors with Lumicor panel material.
Ronnette Riley Architect, Davis and Warshow, New York
Sliding wall, storeroom doors and pass-thru doors all with 3Form panel material.
Interior Magazine
September 2006 Issue
“let there be light” – “to bring sunshine into an Upper East Side duplex, Giovannitti clad a dark rear garden entirely in white corian-there goes the neighborhood.”
Designed by Giovannitti
Project designer: Philip Kerzner
This Old House Magazine
April 2006 Issue
“Renovating a 200 - Year - Old House” by Philip Kerzner, Homeowner.
The listing said the place was more than 100 years old. There had been some renovations, but nobody had destroyed its basic charm...