Living Well in Westchester

Holiday Fire Safety

New York State Department of State (the building code people) sent me a Holiday Fire Safety Bulletin today. From the Bulletin: Holidays are times that all New Yorkers enjoy spending with family and friends. During this time, many of us decorate our homes and places of work to further cherish the holiday feeling with trees, signs, lights, [...]
Posted by Mark r. lepage, aia
over 12 years ago

Concrete Counters

  John and his brother Charles have been looking into sink mold options for the concrete counter tops at their Montauk house… As is turns out, there are plenty available, and supplies too!   Living Well Links of the Week: Tsunami Countertops and Gruber Systems   *** Thanks John
Posted by Mark r. lepage, aia
over 12 years ago

Stop… Count Your Blessings

Sometime you just need to stop and really count how many blessings have been granted to you. Stop what you are doing. Go here. Buy cookies. (If you did not click the link and buy cookies, go back and click the link.) Then, count your blessings… and while you are at it, say a prayer for Liam and [...]
Posted by Mark r. lepage, aia
over 12 years ago

An American Visionary

Dad Mom sent me this great slideshow of Frank Lloyd Wright homes. From MSN: America’s most celebrated architect, Frank Lloyd Wright pioneered the idea of “organic architecture”—structures that would promote harmony between human habitation and the natural world. Today his buildings host hundreds of thousands of visitors each year. Thanks Dad Mom.
Posted by Mark r. lepage, aia
over 12 years ago

Viewing Chappaqua Through the Rails

When we drive past the duck pond and into town, my kids start to wiggle in their seats. They push their faces against the glass and eagerly await the point on the bridge where they may look out the windows and view, what looks like, all of Chappaqua through the open ironwork of the bridge’s [...]
Posted by Mark r. lepage, aia
over 12 years ago
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