Mabbott Seidel Architecture

(212) 380-1296
mabbottseidel.com

Business Description
Mabbott Seidel Architecture is a design practice that provides full architectural, project management, and interior design services. We specialize in creating finely detailed residences, including the design and fabrication of custom millwork and furniture. Our projects include new construction and adaptive reuse in New York City, Long Island, Washington, DC, and Connecticut. We strongly believe that the genesis of a successful project is in the close interaction of client and architect during the design process and is realized in partnership with the team of craftspeople MSa has fostered over many successful years.
Location:
New York, NY US 
Contact:
Matthew Seidel 
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Address:
312 W 119th Street
New York, NY 10026 
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What is the grout color for the glass tile?
last Saturday at 6:14am   
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Mabbott Seidel Architecture
The grout is Laticrete #18 - Sauterne.
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The Secret to Pocket Doors' Success

Pocket doors can be genius solutions for all kinds of rooms — but it’s the hardware that makes all the difference. See why Full Story
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Donco Designs
Pocket doors are a great design feature that can help open up a room with limited space. Pocket doors can add style to a room while also providing privacy to an area.
July 21, 2014 at 3:52am   
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Kamm Architecture
We use either pocket doors or surface mounted doors on exposed tracks, depending on the application. I love the look of the exposed track hardware, but you need clear wall space to the side of the door opening in order to make it work. The door then becomes a design feature. A pocket door essentially disappears when open, so you can create a greater flow of space.
July 21, 2014 at 1:42pm   
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