Mullet Hall – Living Building Challenge – Site Petal
Why does the Mullet Hall Project Team feel that it is appropriate to build on this greenfield site? Human Powered Living The Site is within 2km of a major train station providing access to NYC and other points along the Hudson River. This is within easy walking and/or biking distance, providing current and future owners […]
As we move on to a newly designed office space, we look back at a selection of our Cold Spring, NY Main St. windows over the years.
Office Planter Garden and “Gift to the Street”
We’ve created a planter garden and a “gift to the street” here on Main Street in Cold Spring. The installation features the classic Fermob Bistro collection in red, Vietnamese pottery, and a colelction of decorative, edible, and pollinator-friendly plants.
The TFG Studio Summer Planter Garden
The colorful TFG Studio planters for Summer 2016 create a mini garden on Main Street.
Welcome Cold Spring Bike Rentals and Tours!
Across from the street from our office here on Main Street in Cold Spring, NY is a new venture opening just in time for the late sunsets of Summer… Cold Spring Bike Rentals and Tours. From their website: Cold Spring Bike Rental & Tours is a unique all inclusive bike rental company providing individual bike […]
Original Hudson Theater Light Restoration and Installation
In anticipation of the Hudson Theater’s Centennial Celebration, we present the renovated and refurbished the original theater lights that once graced these theater walls. We are calling on anyone with memories of the Hudson Theater, the Bijou Theater, or even the Oyster Saloon that once occupied this site to share those stories, photographs, or items […]
Happy Holidays from TFG Studio!
In these dark days as we await the winter solstice and the return of the sun, we’ve lit up Main Street here in Cold Spring with a Holiday celebration of light in glass, LED and natural bouquets. Happy Holidays from all of us at The Figure Ground Studio! LED fairy lights in glass balls fall […]
Daniel Ninham and the Nochpeem
As we move into the holiday season, I followed Paul Chaat Smith’s admonition in Everything You Know about Indians Is Wrong to “[look] for the Indian history beneath your own feet.”
Boo! Happy Halloween!
Happy Halloween from the Figure Ground Studio. These spooky paper mache eyeballs graced Main Street in Cold Spring for Halloween 2015.