We are recently signed on with BRODO Broth Company to design two of there new locations. The team we are working with is made up of James Beard winners and hospitality masters. We are working to reimagine the identity of the stores and how to communicate the history of the what broth means to the Chef’s history and into the future. The spaces are small so the materials need to speak clearly.
In our old studio space in Hartford Ct, an amazing building with lots of creative people, I became friends with a very talented printmaker/illustrator in the building. over the years I have been fascinated by her work and finally had the opportunity to collaborate with her on a project. Kate has produced the illustrations to be etched into the steel at the front of the bar in the NYV space and most likely will be working on the mural behind the bar as well. If you're interested you can check out her work via a link on our Instagram.
As the project nears the start of construction and we are digging into the final details, we went down to shoot a little video of what it's like to spend a week in the quiet little beach town of Nosara, Costa Rica where the resort is being built...
BOAD recently began work on a project in Guanacaste, Costa Rica. It is a home that will eventually be developed into a retreat for Hindu studies and meditation as well as a place for yoga and international cuisine.
Benjamin Oliver wins "best in show" at open studio. This was a very exciting and unexpected surprise. One of the pieces from the water mark triptych series was entered into the group show along with 180 other artists from around Connecticut.
It was a great night of food, drinks, and lots of the creative minds from throughout Connecticut at the New Haven country country club. What a great experience it has been to work with CO-LAB to put this book together.
Over the last eight months BOAD has worked with CO LAB to bring the story of the Hebron House to the public realm. We felt that the Hebron House represented so much for BOAD as the first project completed, it needed to be showcased in a way that was as beautiful and as well crafted as the home.
BOAD has recently began the schematic design for a 14 room resort in Costa Rica. The project offers an opportunity to explore the architecture of the Spanish country coming together with the styles of the greek coastline.