Mabbott Seidel Architecture

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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, New York,
United States, 10026 
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The light fixture is a pretty typical fluorescent tube with nice lines. We created a niche in the ceiling the same depth as the lighting housing and a couple of inches wider. It was a relatively simple and inexpensive way of creating a nice work light.
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This toilet was actually re-used from the original bathroom and I don't know (remember) what it was. For a similar model I'd suggest looking at the Toto Carolina or the Duravit D-code. We typically specify Toto toilets because they're very well built. Hope this helps.
April 14, 2014 at 3:48am   
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All of the shower controls are from Hansgrohe. They have a great system where all the roughs (the parts inside the wall) are the same and you can install whichever trim you'd like (and can even change the trims in the future). The mirror is custom but you come up with a similar design by installing a partially recessed medicine cabinet and building your own frame around the outside. This one is out of Douglas Fir. Hope this helps.
April 10, 2014 at 6:08am     
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stellacrib
Thank you so much, yes we are big fans of using Douglas Fir, no wonder I was drawn to the mirror. I appreciate your response!
April 10, 2014 at 12:04pm   
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How much should I expect to spend for this type of shower door/wall?
April 5, 2014 at 3:36pm   
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My experience may be skewed because we're in NYC but I'd budget approximately $1500 for 1/2" thick, "Starphire" or "low iron" glass. You could get away with 3/8" thick but the 1/2" is nicer. "Low iron" glass is also more expensive than typical float glass because it goesn't have the slightly green/blue cast that iron content gives to normal glass. A good source for hardware is CR Laurence. Hope this helps.
April 7, 2014 at 6:36pm   
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