We are so proud to collaborate with the donation of all the wallcoverings for the BOFFO Show House occasion.
The BOFFO Show House will bridge art and design through installation showcasing designers and artists in a residential setting with the goal of creating a profound and relevant experience representing modern living at a visually enticing Manhattan destination. BOFFO Show House is a cutting-edge experiment in living showcasing creative furniture, décor, and art creating complete interior environments that redefine possibilities of interior space. Beyond a level of traditional staging of spaces, as would be expected in a contemporary show house, the products and selected work will be presented through powerful installations of designed objects and artwork. BOFFO Show house will feature one-of-a-kind furniture and art as well as market ready furniture and products, and antiques. Working with some of the most creative, artists, architects, designers, product manufactures, and galleries today, BOFFO with Andrew Yes will creatively assemble four unique spaces.
This exhibition of art, design, and installation work in Interior Design is presented through four themes. These themes include Nature, Play, Work, and Future. The goal of these themes is to allow BOFFO to investigate the boundaries of contemporary life and the compartmentalization of urban living while questioning standards of interior design. These themes are representative of what is western, holistic, living, and what aspects of life are important to healthy and happy lives.
The Madison Jackson - 371 Madison Street, NY NY
The historic Charles Synder Public School 12 is now a premiere residential destination.
The project is located at 371 Madison Street in the Lower East Side of New York City. The building was originally made as the PS12 school house. It has now been converted into a 120 unit apartment complex. The BOFFOShow House is situated in four apartments that were renovated from the original auditorium with 20’ ceilings and views to the adjacent gardens.
This building was designed by Charles B.J. Synder a prolific architect who designed many of New York’s historic public schools and later became the Board of Education Superintendent of Buildings. He was known for smart innovations in methods of construction and safety. The building was recently turned into condominiums by developer, Mr. Thomas Sung. Michael Bolla, managing director of Douglas Elliman, is the creative consultant and director of sales for the building.
If you are in New York don’t miss the opportunity to visit the BOFFO Show House and enjoy this new experience in interior design. Soon we will show you how looks the gallery with Tres Tintas Barcelona wallcoverings