The New York Times 2002
“Room to Improve: Eyeing the Forgotten Fifth Wall” by Marco Pasanella, March 2002.
Excerpts from an article speaking about ceilings & their design potential.
Peix & Marchetti, Architects, used a coffered pattern to transform an ordinary office and bedroom into a luxurious library with a warm wood finish.”
In a generic postwar apartment Peix & Marchetti, Architects, used a sheetrock “cake pan” to drop part of the ceiling seven inches, defining the dining area and creating space for recessed lighting.”
Peix & Marchetti, Architects, transformed a home office into a warm study with shallow fir coffers and alabaster hanging fixtures.”