Anthropologie & Co. Creates Fullest Expression of Brand

Broken into multiple mezzanine levels and suffused with light from the top floor all the way through a floor below street grade, the new Anthropologie & Co. leaves intact and exposed much of the building’s original brick, while adding plenty of eye-catching hooks like a wall built of antique luggage pieces. The layout provides ample elbow room for the company to play up growth lines like cosmetics, home decor and its wedding gown section, as it works to overcome a decline in apparel sales.

Randy Herbertson
Bedford Square Nears Full Circle

Around a central courtyard on the cusp of spring, the Bedford Square development is blossoming outward after a dozen years into the vision of developers David Waldman and Dan Zelson of Bedford Associates, and by extension Centerbrook Architects and Planners, who were hired to design it.

Randy Herbertson
More Progress

The craftmanship of fine brick work, that beautifully integrates with the original Bedford Mansion building. 

 

Randy Herbertson