The Brooklyn Heights Designer Showhouse is in the News!
House Tipster, October 18, features the boudoir designed by Ascher Davis Architects with Mahwish Syed.
Interior.ru, October 18, covers the Showhouse for Russian speakers... but thanks to the miracle of technology everyone can read their great write-up!
Gurri NY, October 17, created a slide-show "walk-through" of the Showhouse at night.
Brooklyn Reporter, October 16, reports on our evening with Tony Award-winning costume designer Catherine Zuber.
Elle Decor, October 10, walks you through all the rooms and garden of the Showhouse.
Design and Style Report, October 7, describes our "Brooklyn Gem"
Newel, October 7, blogs about the Showhouse, highlighting the stunning rooms designed by Jesse Parris Lamb, Murphy Waldron Interiors, and Harry Heissmann featuring Newel inventory.
Architectural Digest, October 3, writes about the "Delightful Scenes" created inside the Showhouse.
Walker Zanger, our Gold Sponsor, highlights in their blog the Showhouse rooms which feature their gorgeous tiles.
Brownstoner, October 1, quotes some designers and includes a series of wonderful photographs.
Cottages & Garden, September 27, publishes a photo gallery, revealing 13 Pineapple in all its glory.
Brownstoner, September 27, Susan de Vries writes a feature about the Showhouse.
6ftSquare, September 24, includes the Showhouse in a list of the Best Architecture and Design Events in NYC in the Fall
Brooklyn Daily Eagle, September 20, features 13 Pineapple St and its storied history.
New York Cottages & Garden, July 2019, announces the Brooklyn Heights Designer Showhouse.
Brownstoner, July 16, 2019, announces the 2019 Brooklyn Heights Designer Showhouse.
Introspective Magazine, July 14, 2019, features Elena Frampton, 2017 Showhouse Designer on the Showhouse experience.
Some of the Press from our 2017 Inaugural Showhouse
New York Cottages & Garden, November 2017, put us on their cover and published a virtual tour.
Town and Country, October 20, 2017, called the Showhouse the "best of Brooklyn design in a spectacular 1867 townhouse."
Architectural Digest, October 2, 2017, on merging old and new to striking effect.