Rooftop terrace with a pool overlooking the New York City skyline

The marriage of indoor and outdoor living should create a seamless connection from one to the other. No matter if the project is residential or commercial based, Mojo Stumer focuses heavily on designing unique spaces which speak to the transfer from the inside to the outside. Knowing how to design outdoor living space that complements…

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52 Shore Drive Cover Image

52 Shore Drive is a concept residential project that was created with custom home design in mind, which combines a variety of materials that creates a cohesive, modernistic compound. While the grandeur of the property hinges on the towering glass walls and steel beams, the exterior stone and wood accents help to provide a sense…

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Modern Quiogue Kitchen Project

The kitchen is the place where culinary skills are put to the test, conversations are ignited, and lifetime memories are made. Many people consider the kitchen to be the heart of the home, the central gathering place where everyone is welcome and entertaining commences. Here at Mojo Stumer, we have designed our fair share of…

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NYC Bathroom with TV

As a renowned architectural and interior design firm in New York City, Mojo Stumer has seen incredibly large spaces but also some incredibly small spaces. Even in the most lavish apartments, New York City bathrooms tend to be much smaller than the typical apartment bathroom across the country. Space is of monumental value here, and…

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Park Avenue Apartment Youtube Thumbnail with Play Button

See the full project in our gallery: https://mojostumer.com/project/park-avenue-apartment-2/  Beginning a luxury apartment renovation project in a post-war apartment building (especially in New York City) is a big undertaking. In this Park Avenue apartment project, Mojo Stumer had to brace itself for challenges along the way. Load-bearing walls and mechanical risers throughout the building prompted potential…

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The Amsterdam at Harborside Video Clip

This retirement community design project at the Amsterdam at Harborside (now just known as The Harborside) gave Mojo Stumer the opportunity to redesign pivotal communal spaces around the complex. The main objective here was to create spaces that flow freely into one another in order to enhance the serenity of the community as a whole.…

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Youtube Thumbnail for LABEL Showroom

See the full project in our gallery: https://mojostumer.com/project/label-showroom/  Take a look inside the New York City headquarters for LABEL custom clothing, makers of bespoke suits and custom-tailored men’s clothing. The LABEL showroom was designed as a multi-faceted and dynamic commercial space, intending to cater to the company’s staff and its exclusive clientele, while visually expressing…

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The intersection of furniture, interior design, and architecture is a place where perfect harmony can be achieved. Through the combination of textiles and materials, architectural backdrops, and functional spaces, it is possible to create a synergistic space that speaks to the client in its own unique way.  The importance of furniture in interior design is…

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There is a significant difference between working on a retail project versus a residential one. Retail stores are getting increasingly more diverse in their offerings, pushing designers and architects alike to engage the customer more than ever before. Retail formats vary based on industry, but this blog post will focus the majority of our attention…

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Integrating art into architecture is the equivalent of finding perfect harmony. The two are individually stunning, but when put together in a way that physically registers with those who inhabit the space is where the magic really happens. In a way, art in architecture is the ultimate aesthetic. Being able to mesh incredible works of…

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