December 19, 2019
This holiday season, the OFH Team would like to thank our friends, clients, and our referral partners for a wonderful and rewarding year. In 2019 OFH furnished a record number of offices, and we couldn’t have done so without our passionate and cohesive team, the good faith and trust of our clients and manufacturing partners, and our strong relationships in the real estate and A+D community.
August 28, 2014
Donald Judd is considered one of the top ten Minimalists in the art history canon. But for the people who run the Donald Judd Foundation, and oversee his SoHo home as a monument to his work and life, he was a Materialist. Judd, described himself, however, as a Single-Object artist. Touring Judd’s five-floor cast iron building–the only remaining single-occupancy cast-iron structure in all of New York City–it is easy to find truth in all three of these titles.
August 21, 2013
Two of New York’s most iconic modern art museums, The Guggenheim and The Whitney, are featuring large scale, minimalist pieces, which represent the massive possibilities of simple, pared down design. James Turrell’s Aten Reign, a light and color installation which takes up the entire famed rotunda at The Guggenheim, is composed of a very simple series of descending ovals, creating a target-like structure, which slowly change color as you look up at them. The effect is extremely immersive, and inspiring.
October 17, 2012
While taking in some art last weekend, Marc was struck by the at once artful and dizzying bands of color that make up Gerhard Richter‘s Strips show at the Marian Goodman Gallery. No doubt, Richter’s Strips evoke memories for Marc of Paul Smith’s iconic stripes — an aesthetic that has inspired and informed a number of his style decisions over the years.