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Perfect Pairings: Moorland Fog

Say hello to Moorland Fog – the new classic!

This month's color has a rich, creamy light-colored base tinted with a touch of taupe and embellished with swirling veins of light and dark shades of brown and grey.

Avenue Design | Birdhouse Media Photography | 6046 Moorland Fog & 1141 Pure White

Avenue Design brilliantly used Moorland Fog for the waterfall-edge island and backsplash while Pure White tops the perimeter, blending a contemporary design with traditional-inspired materials.

Moorland Fog (6046) is our contemporary interpretation of classic natural stones. Its warm, earthy shades mix with both softer décor motifs like Pale Dogwood and strong, bold shades like Island Paradise. Put the veining on full display atop Red Mahogany, Red Wood, or Hickory cabinetry.

Avenue Design | Birdhouse Media Photography

Explore the full Perfect Pairing Guide for more inspiration!

A Holiday Roundup

We’re huge proponents of not just one holiday, but each and every holiday – including #NationalChocolateCoveredAnythingDay (one of our personal favorites!). To celebrate the holiday season, we’re taking a look back at some of our favorite festive moments from this year!

Our ode to the day of love, Valentine’s. Definitely not another excuse for more chocolate – right?

White Attica won our hearts on this day.

Fast-forward and we’re honoring fathers everywhere for Father’s Day with one of our more industrial colors, Rugged Concrete. Cheers to all the Papas out there!

Did we mention chocolate already? We’re on board with any holiday that involved chocolate so you bet we celebrated #WorldChocolateDay with plenty of yummy delights. Sleek Concrete made the perfect surface for our baking extravaganza.

On a slightly healthier note, welcome to #NationalWatermelonDay where playing with your food is encouraged and cleanup in minimal on Montblanc.

Puro countertops make for the purrrfect place to rest on #InternationalCatDay. Now we can literally say, Caesarstone countertops are scratch resistant!

Though not an official holiday (or a hashtag holiday), we think this day almost eclipsed them all. We don't need sunnies to see this eclipse! Celebrating the once in a lifetime event with Rugged Concrete and Vanilla Noir.

We’re FALL-ing in love with the change in season. Summer left and a fog rolled in…Moorland Fog that is!

A few fun facts about #NationalTacoDay:

  1. The word "taco" is the Mexican equivalent of "sandwich".

  2. Last year Americans ate over 4.5 billion tacos.

  3. We enjoyed our tacos on 5100 Vanilla Noir.

We like to think of farm-to-table as farm-to-countertop! 😉 More specifically, farm-to-Rugged-Concrete. National Farmers Day was one of our healthier moments.

Enjoying family, food, and friends over the kitchen countertop – you guessed it, Thanksgiving!

If it’s a dessert, it’s a holiday to us. #NationalCookieDay was honored with plenty of baked goods and Rugged Concrete.

A day to get outside and enjoy the fresh air - #InternationalMountainDay. All of our colors are inspired by nature, especially 6611 Himalayan Moon and 6607 Snowy Cliffs.

Dreidel dreidel dreidel, we made it out of clay. And when it's dry and ready, oh dreidel we shall play... on Rugged Concrete counters!

We’re celebrating this holiday season in a BIG way. Purchase one of our ten winter-warm quartz colors between now and the end of the year and receive a gift card to Houzz! Go to the Caesarstone website to learn more.

Designer Spotlight | Jennifer Gilmer Kitchen and Bath

Photography by John Cole

Renowned designer, Jennifer Gilmer, has created innovative, high-end kitchen designs for twenty years. Gilmer’s mother was the first female draftsman in the aerospace industry. Inspired by her mother’s legacy and exposure to drafting, Gilmer began Jennifer Gilmer Kitchen & Bath in December of 1997. Appearing in numerous publications and receiving many awards, we are excited give you a glimpse of Jennifer Gilmer’s work.

Red always makes for a statement piece, but red crocodile cabinetry? Gilmer made sure this design turned heads! The island is complete with a Raven bar, the perfect spot to watch the chef in action or enjoy hor d’ouvres.

Photography by John Cole

Gilmer’s secret is working with a team. This design was completed with the help of Sarah Turner, contractor Paul Lappas, and staging by Charlotte Safavi. If you’re hunting for another secret- just look at the genius cabinetry and hidden pulls!

A major flood led this Georgetown homeowner to renovate her kitchen to better suit her active family. She wanted a warm European feel with clean lines and lots of counter and storage space. Gilmer and Paul Bentham paired smoky woodgrain melamine cabinetry with high gloss brown-grey uppers. For a sleek look, they topped it off with Haze counters and a waterfall-edge island.

Deep, wide drawers in the base units are accessed with uniform 12” pulls that complement the horizontal wood grain. Tall pantry storage on both sides of the kitchen make access convenient for both the cook and kitchen visitors, with a deep corner countertop pantry to conceal small appliances. You can say every detail is well planned.

Gilmer also creates more “transitional” designs too. This all-white kitchen with paneled appliances invite a cohesive, warm feel. London Grey counters give the kitchen a little pop of color.

As kitchen fanatics, we’re in love with the finer details such as this custom hood and thoughtful storage solutions (who doesn’t love a good breadbox!). Jennifer Gilmer worked with Thorsen Construction for this beautiful design.

Gilmer extended the white cabinetry to the master bathroom vanity and topped it with Quartz Reflections. The three mirrors give us a glimpse at the other side of the room- a large shower with matching subway tile as seen in the kitchen and plenty of open shelves for towels.

Gilmer created a rustic-meets-elegant kitchen by breaking down walls, creating an open floor plan, and adding cottage style windows to bring in natural light.

The client didn’t want the kitchen too exposed to the cooking area on the back wall, so Gilmer and Meghan Browne raised the height of the thick Pure White breakfast bar. The team made it look like a table but attached it to the island, then added driftwood legs for more character. Genius!

How do you make a functional kitchen appear like an extension of the living room, make the room look longer without adding a square foot, and reduce the number of cabinets while increasing storage? Just ask Jennifer Gilmer and Sarah Turner! They replaced the traditional pantry door with a hidden door painted the same color as the surrounding wall then added larger cabinetry and a fully integrated fridge and freezer drawers.

Now take a closer look- the kitchen is complete with Lagos Blue, and so is the sink! Talk about creating a seamless look! The team also added a waterfall edge, double ovens, a built-in espresso machine, and wine fridge for easy entertaining.

Color lovers unite! Gilmer made this kitchen pop with a bright orange backsplash and contrasting dark zebra cabinetry. Blizzard was used for the perimeter while a dark Caesarstone quartz was integrated with the island.

When working on a kitchen in a Ritz Carlton complex, you must be on your A-game. And that she was- mixed cabinetry, Caesarstone quartz counters, and an overall sleek look. We’re in!

If you want an even sleeker design, make your way into this Chevy Chase kitchen! In the middle is a long, beautiful island topped with Eggshell and a waterfall edge. Gilmer worked with designer Sarah Turner for this bright and modern design.

We complete the tour with a kitchen that won Honorable Mention- Large Kitchen in the NKBA Baltimore/ Washington Chapter Design Contest in March 2016. With the help of Paul Bentham, Gilmer took over the existing dining room to create one large contemporary kitchen. To make the room feel infinitely larger, the team played with reflections to give the island the illusion it floated. The dual level island and perimeter features Calacatta Nuvo tops that were grain matched and mitered to form waterfalls on both ends.

Congratulations to Jennifer Gilmer Kitchen & Bath for a wonderful 20 years!

All photography by Bob Narod unless otherwise stated

For more Designer Spotlights: Oakville Kitchen and Bath Centre | Lauren Rubin Architecture

Interested in being featured in our next Designer Spotlight? Submit your photos here!

KBTribeChat | Spa Bathrooms

Karen Kempf Interiors | Piatra Grey

Every Wednesday, the kitchen and bath industry comes together to discuss all things design. With a new host and topic each week, it’s one informative hour! We’re giving you a #kbtribechat recap in just a few minutes.

This week’s topic - spa bathrooms! Pamper yourself in your own home oasis.

Do certain materials, colors or design aesthetics help create a spa feel in a bathroom?

A spa is all about beauty and function. Wendy Resin Interiors married the two with a soothing all-white palette and durable Misty Carrera vanity + makeup station ensuring a stress-free day even if you spill some nail polish.

Photo by Jack Bremen

What key elements and features help define a spa bathroom?

The essential elements of a spa bathroom: Muted colors, a large Blizzard shower bench and a floating tub. All put together by Spazio LA. Some more fun additions: hidden speakers, a waterfall shower, and a pretty view!

Photo by Adam Kane Macchia

According to reports, quartz is still #1 in surfaces. With designers like Studio Dearborn creating stunning spaces like this one with Statuario Nuvo, it’s easy to see why!

What tips do you have to create a spa oasis in an existing bathroom?

Creating a spa oasis in an existing bathroom is simple: paint the walls and cabinets with timeless colors then add a clear shower panel to make the space feel bigger, like this Noelle Interiors design with a London Grey bath surround.

How do you prevent water spots on clear glass shower doors?

Who’s looking at water spots on glass doors when they have a backlit Puro wall? SLABlite Inc. made this amazing install for Toll Brothers. And that bench- Piatra Grey!

LED lighting adds a soft, relaxing feel to bathrooms. What bathroom lighting do you like for a spa bathroom?

Make yourself feel like royalty in your spa bathroom and do as Square Footage Custom Kitchens & Bath Inc.- add a chandelier over the bath! A Concrete bath surround and shower ledge complete the design.

Playing with various light sources also creates a dynamic design. We love a fun light under the vanity- especially one that changes colors! Gabor + Allen designed this Frosty Carrina vanity beautifully!

The holidays are upon us, and gifting is not easy. Gift a plush robe to keep your friends warm after a shower, or incense to keep the bathroom smelling fresh, inspired by Clark & Co Homes’ design with Calacatta Nuvo.

Stay tuned for next week's #KBtribechat discussion!

12/6/17 KBTribeChat Recap

Every Wednesday, the kitchen and bath industry comes together to discuss all things design. With a new host and topic each week, it’s one informative hour! We’re giving you a #kbtribechat recap in just a few minutes.

This week’s chat was hosted by The International Surface Event (TISE) 2018 to discuss surface design (a favorite topic of ours). Let’s dive in!

Quartz- The sexiness of style and practicality. What exactly is it? What are the design elements? Where can you use it?

Quartz is sexy because of its style and practicality. From countertops to shower cladding and table tops, it can be used anywhere! Just ask Anthony Perez who used Pure White on this gold-accented table. For those of you unfamiliar with quartz, it’s a man-made material that’s easy to install and clean. With modern technology, it comes in a variety of colors and some are made of recycled material! Just take a look at Jet Black or Quartz Reflections.

Don’t believe it’s durability? Arbejazz Architects Studio used Pure White as a stair tread!

With health and wellness in mind, how do you find the balance between functional beauty and sacred health and wellness in surface design?

Quartz is nonporous, so mommies like Andie Huber can bake worry-free! Andie chose Calacatta Nuvo for her counters knowing they can withstand long-term abuse and still look and feel great. Keeping them clean and germ-free is as easy as a quick wipe with water and soap.

The benefits are not limited to the kitchen. Four Point Design Build picked Organic White for a double vanity design.

Emerick Architects | Frosty Carrina

How do you recommend and specify surface materials for the aging population?

A full renovation becomes difficult with age, especially when it comes to the dust associated with replacing cabinetry and counters. With Transform by Caesarstone, you can update a space in one day without the hassle of a full renovation. Transform is a quartz overlay product that doesn’t require the time, tear-out, and cost of a full countertop remodel.

With modern technology, making mosaic art fit your surface is easy. What mosaic art have you installed or specified?

Our semi-precious line is mosaic on steroids! Every piece is individually cut and set. The perfect example: a Profundo-lined island! The Concetto line is a perfect way to bring a pop of color into an otherwise all-white kitchen or add a statement piece.

Let’s chat luxury as it surrounds surfaces! Toll Brothers meets all the laws of luxury, including Pure White countertops, custom cabinetry, and homes that are as beautiful as can be. This one designed by Ryan Young Interiors is simply breathtaking!

Tune in next week to learn about designing the perfect spa bathroom for your home!

Find more design tips: Turbine Grey: A Design Guide | Kitchen Cabinetry Inspiration

House Tour | A Finer Touch Round II

We’ve taken you into The Beth in the Chateau on Central by A Finer Touch Construction with its flying pigs and four floors of amazing design. Today we’re taking you into Chateau 10, The Beth’s sister model. The team was able to create a new floor plan that opens to the stairwell, re-designed bathroom layouts with spa-like amenities, and created an open concept design to last. Let’s explore!

How do you create a modern kitchen that is warm and homey? Top traditional, dark cabinetry with bright Calacatta Nuvo countertops. The extensive island plays the dual purpose of a gathering place in the kitchen along with providing additional cooking space.

To keep a sleek design, AFT extended the Calacatta Nuvo up the backsplash and down the island for a waterfall edge. Every inch of the kitchen is maximized for storage with plenty of cabinetry. We love the glass front cabinets up top to keep the room open and airy.

If you want a more formal meal, step over to the round dining table! The intimate setting is complete with views and an elegant drop chandelier.

Once you’re done fine dining, pick a couch and your own TV! That’s right, TWO televisions are installed – a new twist on his and hers!

The color palette of the Chateau plays on lighter tones such as greys and whites while pulling in rich blues, black, and cream.

The master bedroom is complete with a spa-like bathroom. Enjoy a soak in the free-standing tub or wash away the day in a steam shower.

We love a statement wall- especially when it’s textured! Wake up feeling like royalty in this bedroom complete with a view.

What does any chateau need? Interesting tile work, an expansive shower, and a custom Shitake vanity – at least, any chateau we would own.

If you’re so lucky to work from home, just image working in this luxurious home office. How could you get any work done with all the visual appeal in this texture-filled space?

Design tip for small powder rooms- maximize space by skipping cabinetry. AFT created a custom vanity with a Calacatta Nuvo surround and towel rack.

For those that like to entertain- take note. The basement was designed to be the ultimate screening room. There are four screens behind the Shitake bar alone!

With a modern home comes creative designs. The color scheme: black and white everything. The wall features a matte black patterned wallpaper, Calacatta Nuvo vanity atop black cabinetry, and a weaved tile.

The Chateau has a total of four levels of rooms to explore. Our favorite feature- the outdoor patio.

A Finer Touch Construction, you've done it again! We're making our way to the Chateaus of Arizona.

For more House Tours:  Southern Style Now | Jamie Sangar of Mod Abode

Interested in being featured in our next House Tour? Submit your photos here!

House Tour | Southern Style Now

We’re in Savannah, Georgia as a proud partner for Traditional Home’s Southern Style Now Showhouse, a celebration of Southern design encapsulated in a Greek Revival home restored and designed by A-list designers and influencers.

Houston-based designer Benjamin Johnson dreamed up this luxe master dressing salon inspired by the movie classic Mommie Dearest. Blending luxury and urban elements, royal purple velvets and gold plated accessories work in contrast with fluorescent neon lights and the best bar cart we’ve seen yet!

The piece de la resistance in this dreamy dressing salon is the handmade, semi-precious, backlit Concetto Puro stone topping the rouged Victorian Sociable. The glamour of the 1930’s comes to life in this stunning custom design.

For a full tour of the space, watch Traditional Home’s Facebook Live video:

Fun Fact: The home was originally divided into four apartments, but the designers for Southern Style Now converted the house into a single-family home with historical preservation in mind.

This is the parlor level kitchen (yes there are multiple kitchens!) featuring all the charm of a home with history. Rich velvets and layered textures harken to another time while modern baby blues and Ginger countertops allude to designs of today.

Our favorite element of historical interior design? The intricate details in every piece! The mirror on the wall shows us a glimpse into a perfect past!

Lisa Mende, the designer of this extensive kitchen, wasn’t afraid to mix cabinet colors from one side to the other. This muted blue complements the baby blue main install – all shades of blue are trending in our book! Fresh Concrete completes the coffee bar.

This show home is not lacking in gold-plated accents, and we love it! If it were up to us, every house would have at least a touch of gold. The story of old meets new comes alive in this powder room designed by Betsy Berry featuring antiques, modern photography, and our 2017 color White Attica in a custom sink surround.

Erring more modern than the other bathrooms, but with a nod to the historic roots of the home, designer Chad James imagines a light, moody space. Think: Edgar Allen Poe’s bathroom of today. Perhaps we’re just bewitched by the gorgeous artwork or the feather quills sitting atop the custom London Grey vanity.

We mentioned more than one kitchen…well here’s the next! This charming kitchen sits on the lower-level of the home – the quintessential cottage beauty of ye olden day with materials of today including our 2017 color White Attica.

Designer Gwyn Duggan took a new spin on cottage-style with modern hardware, unique sconces, and an eye for detail in every corner!

You still have time to tour this stunning 1854 showhouse – plan your visit before December 7th to see the home for yourself.

Photography courtesy of Richard Leo Johnson and the Atlantic Archives

In collaboration with Traditional Home and Southern Style Now

For more showhomes: This Old House | Wattles Mansion

Designer Spotlight | Oakville Kitchen and Bath Centre

The home is more than a space to live, it’s a place where family comes together and creates lasting memories. That’s why it’s important to design every room with personal style and function in mind. Oakville Kitchen and Bath Centre has designed unique kitchens and bathrooms for homeowners since 1965. Instead of visiting the showroom, we’re bringing their designs and custom cabinetry to you!

We begin with a bright white kitchen lined with walls of windows. The natural light just bounces off the Organic White waterfall-edge island!

Beside the island, Oakville extended the countertop to incorporate a dining space. Talk about oven to table, every meal will be served hot! And if you want your food a bit colder, just open the hidden fridge on the left.

Piatra Grey was used throughout the perimeter of the kitchen, including the newly- built butler’s pantry and bar.

Contrasting textures, high ceilings, and statement pieces. This modern rustic kitchen features Calacatta Nuvo counters and a layered walnut table top. The fun geometric island can seat up to five.

Let us all appreciate the material mix here!

Before Oakville weaved their design magic, this bathroom was old, dark, and lacking storage. After breaking down the space, they created custom white cabinetry paired with a grey and pale blue color scheme.

In line with the color scheme, Bianco Drift’s grey and white veining was the perfect option for the countertop.

The best way to make a laundry room fun? A colorful tile backsplash! With the Blizzard counters and white cabinets, this space is the perfect mix of utility and personality.

Oakville aimed to create a calm space that was relaxed and elegant. Using the existing millwork of the space and implementing panel- ready appliances, the team was able to create a seamless design while the Piatra Grey counters and dark backsplash add a dash of drama.

Creating a durable space is important. Oakville added low maintenance porcelain tile flooring and Bianco Drift countertops. The new, dark wood furniture adds depth and timelessness.

Goal: create a transitional and chic space that is perfect for the family and entertaining. To achieve this, Oakville added a combination of white and navy shaker cabinets and bronze pulls. While subway tiles line the wall on one side of the kitchen, Calacatta Nuvo was used for the counters and backsplash on the other.

A simple and clean design for a clean laundry room! With durable Ocean Foam counters and custom cabinets, the homeowners have lots of storage space.

Looking for a statement piece? Check out this pendant! Oakville designed this stunning kitchen with a waterfall-edge Symphony Grey island, a connecting dark walnut dining table extension, and a Raven perimeter.

The new bathroom throne is officially this gorgeous shower ledge. The shower features a Tuscan Dawn seat to match the bathroom vanity.

We end our tour with a transitional design with three levels of cabinets. The open- concept design features an Alpine Mist island and Pebble perimeter.

Oakville Kitchen and Bath Centre is proud to be a resource to the design community and to help homeowners create their dream home. We just love their designs!

For more Designer Spotlights: Lauren Rubin Architecture | Jameson Interiors

Interested in being featured in our next Designer Spotlight? Submit your photos here!

House Tour | Jamie Sangar of Mod Abode

What do you get when you combine a photographer's eye with a general contractor's ability? One amazing, modern house! Jamie Sangar and her husband took on the task of building a modern, energy-efficient home in Indianapolis atop a hill. With the help of Demerly Architects and taking on the role of general manager, their dream house was built. Let’s explore!

Jamie’s goal was minimal but warm and inviting, sleek yet textured, and to add pops of color through furnishings rather than with wall or tile colors. As a fan of hosting and cooking, Jamie splurged on the appliances—just take a look at the double ovens and huge fridge! She opted for a simple palette- white walls, polished chrome finishes, black windows and maple hardwoods. Consistent with the muted tones, both the perimeter and waterfall-edge island are topped with Pure White counters.

The space was designed to make efficient use of space and natural light. Large windows span much of the home- the kitchen has a 180-degree view of the outdoors!

And if the weather permits- venture into the great outdoors!

Can you guess the inspiration? Mid-century modern of course! The house boasts expanses of glass to bring the outdoors in, coupled with an open floor plan concept and midcentury modern furniture and décor.

A creative space for a creative family. Staying true to her minimalist approach, color comes in the form of yellow furniture. We can definitely see ourselves working here!

Your eyes do not deceive you- there’s an indoor bounce! As a photographer, Jamie needs a multi-functional room that can be used as a studio for any indoor shoots and a playroom for all other days. The sleek, mostly white room offers “clean light” for shoots.

When the kids aren’t playing in the bounce house, they have a cool “hangout room” to watch tv, play games, and just relax. Just image sinking into those seats- we’d never get up!

The fun continues with the boys’ bathroom with a more industrial look. Plus- check out the double faucet farmhouse sink!

Jamie went bold with the master bathroom by picking matte black wall tiles, glossy white floor tiles and Pure White countertops. To add a little warmth, Jamie dropped the shower floor a few inches to use a rich wooden decking. Clever huh?

To bring more color into the home, Jamie is constantly adding new succulents. Whether in a pot or hanging on the walls, you can see the plants throughout. Her latest endeavor: a vertical garden.

And, of course, no home is complete without showing off the furry member of the family!

Whether you’re a fan of minimal designs or mid-century modern- this house is a dream. Maybe we should attempt general contracting?

For more house tours: House of Coco by Ginny Capo | Brittany Pigorini's House Reveal

Interested in being featured in our next House Tour? Submit your photos here!

Casetta Williamsburg – Designer Living at Its Finest.

Located in Brooklyn’s hottest neighborhood, Casetta Williamsburg is proof that good things come in small packages.  Italian for “little house,” Casetta offers a limited collection of just 12 condominiums, including open-plan one-bedroom residences, two-bedroom duplexes with private gardens, and two distinctive penthouses – now available for sale through Citi Habitats New Developments.

Designed by the renowned architectural firm ODA New York, Casetta’s design is innovative and eye-catching.  The designers behind some of the most extraordinary buildings in New York City, ODA is led by its founder Eran Chen.  The firm is known for its boxy, almost ‘pixelated’ residential towers that disrupt architectural conventions.  Never afraid to break the mold, ODA is focused on creating a new category of urban living that embraces the outdoors.  Casetta is a perfect example of this philosophy in action.

A modern interpretation of a classic Brooklyn townhouse, Casetta boasts a distinctive geometric façade. Its modern, yet organic vibe is achieved by the use of glass, steel, concrete and natural wood.  Offering its residents a true oasis in the heart of Brooklyn, Casetta is complete with unique outdoor spaces – both private and communal.

Modern and minimalist, residences at Casetta are appointed with sophisticated, high-end appliances and finishes.  Homes include floor-to-ceiling custom windows, ceiling heights up to 11’ and solid hardwood floors.  In addition, each unit includes a washer and dryer, the ultimate convenience for urban dwellers.

Casetta’s designer kitchens are complete with dark grey metal-framed cabinets with glass infill, ‘soft close’ drawers and under-cabinet lighting.  Polished Frosty Carrina Caesarstone countertops blend beauty with ease of maintenance, and are offset by grey quartz stone backsplashes.  A full suite of appliances from Liebherr, Summit and Smeg are also included, and the integrated refrigerator has a paneled front to match the cabinetry.

The sophisticated baths were designed to be spa-like retreats - and are fitted with warm white ceramic tile with grey concrete tile floors.  The brass fixtures are definitely ‘on trend’ while the deep tubs invite residents to soak their cares away.

Casetta embraces the Italian way of life, which includes a focus on community.  Shared amenities include a rooftop lounge which is perfect for warm weather entertaining, sunbathing and al fresco dining.  Squint, and you could be in Capri!  Other day-to-day needs are also addressed-  Casetta offers an elevator, virtual concierge, package delivery room and video intercom system.

Situated between the Bedford Avenue and Lorimer Street L train stations and just minutes from the J, M, and Z subway lines, Casetta offers easy access to all points in New York City.  In addition, it is surrounded by a myriad of bars, restaurants, and boutiques.  At Casetta, fine design and location intersect, and give lucky residents their chance to live ‘la dolce vita.'

All photos by Travis Mark

For more New York spaces: Lauren Rubin Architecture | New Life For A Brooklyn Retail Landmark