Windows on the World

Windows on the World, one of Joe Baum's extraordinary inventions, literally overlooked the entire New York landscape until September 11, 2001. It was one of the destination objectives of every visitor to New York. After the attack, it became a profound and touching memory. The studio designed everything from dinnerware, rugs, lighting fixtures, menus and all of the communication. 

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Brooklyn Brewery
Steve Hindy and Tom Potter, the originators of Brooklyn Beer, came...more
School of Visual Arts
Milton has been teaching at the School of Visual Arts for over 50...more
Theatre for a New Audience
The studio has been working with Theatre for a New Audience for 20...more
Rubin Museum of Art
The Rubin Museum project consisted of identity, interior details,...more
John Templeton Foundation
John Templeton Foundation, a conservative advocacy group, needed some...more
jet Blue and I Love NY
jetBlue was simply a project intended to integrate the identity of...more
The Nation
The Nation is a left leaning 120 year old publication that is an...more
Bread Alone Bakery
Dan Leader built a French style bakery near Woodstock, 19 years ago....more
New York Magazine
In 1968, Clay Felker and I founded New York Magazine, where I...more
SVA Theatre
In 2009, we were hired to renovate a acquired theatre for School of...more
Stony Brook University
Stony Brook University project has lasted 8 years. Working directly...more
Windows on the World
Windows on the World, one of Joe Baum's extraordinary inventions,...more