BUZstudios LLC, is an architecture and product design consultancy specializing in exploiting the areas of convergence between people, objects, and context. We create inspirational designs that provide real benefits and satisfaction for the user, and profits for our clients.

 

Utilizing BUZ’s particular combination of expertise, BUZ develops all of its designs with a profound understanding of the context and way in which they will be used.

 

They have won numerous awards for their work which has been produced, exhibited, and published worldwide.

 

BUZstudios’ clients include; individuals, large multi-national corporations, consumer products and furniture companies, renowned Italian design consultancies, as well as prestigious academic institutions.

 

BUZstudios is based in New York City, but thinks and works globally.

Represent Publications / Exhibitions:
Walker Art Center - ‘Strangely Familiar:
Design & Everyday Life’
Torino World Design Capital Exhibition
The New York Times
ID Magazine
New York Magazine
Metropolis
Architectural Record
Progressive Architecture
DDN – Design Diffusion News (Italy)
Elle Décor, (Italy)
BOX (Italy)
Casa Vogue (Italy)
Nikkei Design (Japan)
Blueprint (Britain)
MD (Germany)
Diseño Arquitectura (Spain)
TA•'3fYPET (Russia)
Brava Casa (Italy)
Furniture News (Britain)
House Beautiful
House and Garden
Home Magazine
Restaurant Design
Interior Design Magazine

Partial Client List:
Tumi
U.S. Luggage (Solo / Briggs & Riley)
Hasbro, Inc.
Tekno S.r.l.
Nucraft
Formica Corporation
Columbia University
HYPO Securities
Pfizer
Cha Cha Cha Restaruant
Pegasus Oil Exploration Co.
Phillipp Brothers Chemicals Inc.
The Limited
Bayerische Hypo und Vereinsbank
Hypo Real Estate International
Ford of Israel
The Segal Company
Greater New York Insurance
A & W Restaurants, Alfred Taubman
Restaurant Associates
ARAMARK
Meadowlands Hiltoner
University of California at Berkeley
F. J. Sciame Development Corp.
Argosy International
Maschietto Maggiore Studio Legale
Hartmann Luggage
MedX Corporation

Charles Boxenbaum has been the principal of an award-winning eponymous architectural practice for the past 40 years. The firm has designed a wide range of projects in architecture, interior design, and product design for many notable private and corporate clients.

Prior to running his own practice, Charles worked for the Building Research Division of the Building Systems Section of The Institute for Applied Technology in Washington, D.C., developing the planning and aesthetics performance specifications for Federal Office Buildings.

The work of Charles Boxenbaum has frequently appeared in domestic and foreign publications and has received a number of awards, including design awards from the American Institute of Architects, Architectural Record Magazine, and Interiors Magazine.

Charles graduated from Pratt Institute’s School of Architecture and earned a Master of Architecture degree from Harvard University. He has also taught architectural design and has been an invited juror at the schools of Architecture at Pratt Institute, Columbia University, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Princeton University, and The New Jersey Institute of Technology. At Baruch College of The City University of New York, he developed and taught a course on ‘Office Design and Technology’. At the invitation of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute he also helped developed a dual major program with the Schools of Architecture, Engineering, and the Humanities called ‘Product Design and Innovation’, and has taught the Industrial Design Studio of that program.

Julian Lion Boxenbaum spent six years in Milan working with world renowned designers Mario Bellini, Isao Hosoe, and others on a range of projects for numerous international companies. His experience covers design strategy development, furniture, lighting, consumer products, exhibition design, and brand development. He returned to New York in 2005 to found BUZstudios LLC, with Charles.

Julian’s work has been published worldwide and has been included in exhibitions and museum shows across the U.S. and Europe. Among other international awards and recognitions, he was selected by I.D. magazine for ‘'The I.D. 40 Designers Under 30’' issue in 2000. Julian has been associated in various teaching and lecturing capacities with The M.I.T. (Media Lab), The Young Presidents Organization, Domus Academy in Milan, Pratt Institute, Parsons School of Design, and Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.

Since BUZstudios’ inception, Julian has worked on multi-million dollar architectural projects for international clients, developed patented innovations in contract furniture, designed lighting systems, directed design for major consumer products companies, and has worked with various others entities in developing relevant design directions, products, and brand identities.

In addition to being a partner and principal in BUZstudios, LLC, Julian is the co-producer of the highly popular Lucid NYC event series, which brings cutting edge innovators, performers, and thinkers to New York City audiences.

Julian received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Anthropology from College and a Masters Degree in Industrial Design from Pratt Institute, receiving high honors at both institutions.

Consumer Product Case Study: BUZstudios was hired to develop a design strategy and direction for Solo, a sub-brand of US Luggage and sister company to Briggs and Riley.

In that time, the company grew to be one of the top 5 business case providers in the country. Their offerings primarily include backpacks, sleeves, padfolios, portfolios, briefcases, messenger bags, and rolling cases.

Within the two years BUZstudios worked in the capacity of Design Director, Solo has;

  • Developed 5 top 10 national best sellers within their respective categories
  • Increased market share significantly
  • Established private label relationships with several top 10 international electronics companies
  • Established permanent presence on shelves at Best Buy with a significant assortment of nationally best selling items
  • Redefined the Solo brand and its positioning through the development of 5 new product collections geared toward targeted market segments

Architectural Case Study: BUZstudios designed, in New York City, the North American Headquarter offices for a branch of one of the world’s largest financial institutions.

The project required the application of BUZ’s rigorous research methodology to seamlessly facilitate the integration and development of over 150 innovative workstations, in approximately 60,000 sq.ft. of customized space, to be used in a variety of organizational applications.

The complexity of the customer’s program required an in depth understanding of the problems and needs associated with each major group within the organization: Upper Management, Facilities Managers, Installation Trades, and End Users.

Our research extended beyond their organization and into macro business and cultural trends. The resulting data combined with BUZ’s broad expertise identified numerous areas for aligning organizational interests with those of individuals, while skillfully downplaying the areas incompatability.

The results for the client was an work environment in which the space and objects within all functioned seamlessly to support the people who used them on an organization and individual level. The efficiency of the plan and resulting furniture was so effective that the client was able to save large quantifiable sums of money during the installation as well as in the successive years of use.

BUZstudios has a long history of designing modern furniture, furniture systems, and lighting for individuals, corporate clients, commercial pieces for major manufacturers, and shop fitting systems.

Our experience with fabricators and manufacturers allows us to work in all materials and select the optimum manufacturing techniques for any given concept. Whether sourcing sustainable materials or difficult production methods, we are able to find the right pieces to solve all manner of challenging problems.

BUZ’s seamless process integrates the creation of an environment, social behavior, culture and technology to provide an optimal experience. It assures that all of our designs are informed, relevant and function within the parameters in which they will be used, therefore supporting the physical and social needs of the users.

BUZstudios has a long history of designing modern furniture, furniture systems, and lighting for individuals, corporate clients, commercial pieces for major manufacturers, and shop fitting systems.

Our experience with fabricators and manufacturers allows us to work in all materials and select the optimum manufacturing techniques for any given concept. Whether sourcing sustainable materials or difficult production methods, we are able to find the right pieces to solve all manner of challenging problems.

BUZ’s seamless process integrates the creation of an environment, social behavior, culture and technology to provide an optimal experience. It assures that all of our designs are informed, relevant and function within the parameters in which they will be used, therefore supporting the physical and social needs of the users.

BUZstudios has a long history of designing modern furniture, furniture systems, and lighting for individuals, corporate clients, commercial pieces for major manufacturers, and shop fitting systems.

Our experience with fabricators and manufacturers allows us to work in all materials and select the optimum manufacturing techniques for any given concept. Whether sourcing sustainable materials or difficult production methods, we are able to find the right pieces to solve all manner of challenging problems.

BUZ’s seamless process integrates the creation of an environment, social behavior, culture and technology to provide an optimal experience. It assures that all of our designs are informed, relevant and function within the parameters in which they will be used, therefore supporting the physical and social needs of the users.

Project shown designed with and for Peter Solomon

BUZstudios and its associates have developed consumer products across many market sectors for start-up companies as well as globally positioned multi-national corporations.

We often develop new products from ideation all the way through final prototyping and sourcing, but also work with our clients on more limited particular needs, depending on the project scope.
Our offerings include but are not limited to:

Problem Exploration, Definition, And Prioritization
Consumer And Market Competition Analysis
Human Factors Analysis
Innovative Concept Generation
Form Exploration
Material And Manufacturing Research And Selection
2D And 3D Cad Modeling
Presentation Illustrations And Renderings
Complete Design Drawings
Sourcing Assistance
Representation Of Client With Manufacturers

We leverage our many longstanding collaborative relationships with engineers, expert consultants, and manufactures, as we see fit, to meet our clients’ objectives. In this way, we provide an efficient and continuous development process behind a singular vision while controlling costs.

BUZstudios and its associates have developed consumer products across many market sectors for start-up companies as well as globally positioned multi-national corporations.

We often develop new products from ideation all the way through final prototyping and sourcing, but also work with our clients on more limited particular needs, depending on the project scope.
Our offerings include but are not limited to:

Problem Exploration, Definition, And Prioritization
Consumer And Market Competition Analysis
Human Factors Analysis
Innovative Concept Generation
Form Exploration
Material And Manufacturing Research And Selection
2D And 3D Cad Modeling
Presentation Illustrations And Renderings
Complete Design Drawings
Sourcing Assistance
Representation Of Client With Manufacturers

We leverage our many longstanding collaborative relationships with engineers, expert consultants, and manufactures, as we see fit, to meet our clients’ objectives. In this way, we provide an efficient and continuous development process behind a singular vision while controlling costs.

BUZstudios and its associates have developed consumer products across many market sectors for start-up companies as well as globally positioned multi-national corporations.

We often develop new products from ideation all the way through final prototyping and sourcing, but also work with our clients on more limited particular needs, depending on the project scope.
Our offerings include but are not limited to:

Problem Exploration, Definition, And Prioritization
Consumer And Market Competition Analysis
Human Factors Analysis
Innovative Concept Generation
Form Exploration
Material And Manufacturing Research And Selection
2D And 3D Cad Modeling
Presentation Illustrations And Renderings
Complete Design Drawings
Sourcing Assistance
Representation Of Client With Manufacturers

We leverage our many longstanding collaborative relationships with engineers, expert consultants, and manufactures, as we see fit, to meet our clients’ objectives. In this way, we provide an efficient and continuous development process behind a singular vision while controlling costs.

BUZstudios and its associates have developed consumer products across many market sectors for start-up companies as well as globally positioned multi-national corporations.

We often develop new products from ideation all the way through final prototyping and sourcing, but also work with our clients on more limited particular needs, depending on the project scope.
Our offerings include but are not limited to:

Problem Exploration, Definition, And Prioritization
Consumer And Market Competition Analysis
Human Factors Analysis
Innovative Concept Generation
Form Exploration
Material And Manufacturing Research And Selection
2D And 3D Cad Modeling
Presentation Illustrations And Renderings
Complete Design Drawings
Sourcing Assistance
Representation Of Client With Manufacturers

We leverage our many longstanding collaborative relationships with engineers, expert consultants, and manufactures, as we see fit, to meet our clients’ objectives. In this way, we provide an efficient and continuous development process behind a singular vision while controlling costs.

BUZstudios and its associates have developed consumer products across many market sectors for start-up companies as well as globally positioned multi-national corporations.

We often develop new products from ideation all the way through final prototyping and sourcing, but also work with our clients on more limited particular needs, depending on the project scope.
Our offerings include but are not limited to:

Problem Exploration, Definition, And Prioritization
Consumer And Market Competition Analysis
Human Factors Analysis
Innovative Concept Generation
Form Exploration
Material And Manufacturing Research And Selection
2D And 3D Cad Modeling
Presentation Illustrations And Renderings
Complete Design Drawings
Sourcing Assistance
Representation Of Client With Manufacturers

We leverage our many longstanding collaborative relationships with engineers, expert consultants, and manufactures, as we see fit, to meet our clients’ objectives. In this way, we provide an efficient and continuous development process behind a singular vision while controlling costs.

BUZstudios and its associates have developed consumer products across many market sectors for start-up companies as well as globally positioned multi-national corporations.

We often develop new products from ideation all the way through final prototyping and sourcing, but also work with our clients on more limited particular needs, depending on the project scope.
Our offerings include but are not limited to:

Problem Exploration, Definition, And Prioritization
Consumer And Market Competition Analysis
Human Factors Analysis
Innovative Concept Generation
Form Exploration
Material And Manufacturing Research And Selection
2D And 3D Cad Modeling
Presentation Illustrations And Renderings
Complete Design Drawings
Sourcing Assistance
Representation Of Client With Manufacturers

We leverage our many longstanding collaborative relationships with engineers, expert consultants, and manufactures, as we see fit, to meet our clients’ objectives. In this way, we provide an efficient and continuous development process behind a singular vision while controlling costs.

We have designed office spaces varying in character from design studios to international corporate headquarters. Their size extends from spaces of less than 2,000 square feet to those of almost 100,000 square feet. For these projects our clients have included professional offices, small businesses, multi-national corporations and financial organizations.

 

In addition to the general principles which characterize all of our work, our experience with issues such as work and information flow, organizational character, and industry practices, gives us better control of time, money, and quality throughout our clients’ occupancy. As a result, we can employ various analytical and planning techniques to achieve our clients’ goals. We are experienced in using "off-the-shelf" construction and furnishings as well as custom designed work-stations, furniture, and lighting to optimize the use of resources. Depending on the particular time constraints of a project, we execute design and construction using conventional as well as "fast-track" techniques. We have designed projects within "building-standard" work letters, negotiated special construction into leases, and participated in negotiating credits for work letters.

We have designed office spaces varying in character from design studios to international corporate headquarters. Their size extends from spaces of less than 2,000 square feet to those of almost 100,000 square feet. For these projects our clients have included professional offices, small businesses, multi-national corporations and financial organizations.

 

In addition to the general principles which characterize all of our work, our experience with issues such as work and information flow, organizational character, and industry practices, gives us better control of time, money, and quality throughout our clients’ occupancy. As a result, we can employ various analytical and planning techniques to achieve our clients’ goals. We are experienced in using "off-the-shelf" construction and furnishings as well as custom designed work-stations, furniture, and lighting to optimize the use of resources. Depending on the particular time constraints of a project, we execute design and construction using conventional as well as "fast-track" techniques. We have designed projects within "building-standard" work letters, negotiated special construction into leases, and participated in negotiating credits for work letters.

We have designed office spaces varying in character from design studios to international corporate headquarters. Their size extends from spaces of less than 2,000 square feet to those of almost 100,000 square feet. For these projects our clients have included professional offices, small businesses, multi-national corporations and financial organizations.

 

In addition to the general principles which characterize all of our work, our experience with issues such as work and information flow, organizational character, and industry practices, gives us better control of time, money, and quality throughout our clients’ occupancy. As a result, we can employ various analytical and planning techniques to achieve our clients’ goals. We are experienced in using "off-the-shelf" construction and furnishings as well as custom designed work-stations, furniture, and lighting to optimize the use of resources. Depending on the particular time constraints of a project, we execute design and construction using conventional as well as "fast-track" techniques. We have designed projects within "building-standard" work letters, negotiated special construction into leases, and participated in negotiating credits for work letters.

Our interest is in designing homes - not house or apartments. We want our clients to "possess" what we design for them and to feel free to "live" in it. Put another way: We design order, but not so much order that it precludes our clients from doing what they want in it and not so little order that when lived in it becomes chaotic. Finding the fine line between our order and the spontaneity of daily life is what we strive for. When successful it enriches both the lives of our clients as well as what we've designed.

To do this requires a true collaboration between client and architect. The more that is shared, the greater the potential for making something that really fits and is greater than its parts. We ask our clients to think about the things that are important to them and share them with us. In return, we think about how best to respond to those needs and wants and develop ideas that we think would support and enrich them. We ask our clients to entertain our ideas and tell us if and where they fail. Once we have a shared understanding, we apply our extensive experience in designing for all types of budgets to find the appropriate expression of our agreed upon idea within our clients' budgets and time frames. We are equally adept at selecting the most cost-effective building components as well as custom-designing cabinets, furniture, and lighting.

Our interest is in designing homes - not house or apartments. We want our clients to "possess" what we design for them and to feel free to "live" in it. Put another way: We design order, but not so much order that it precludes our clients from doing what they want in it and not so little order that when lived in it becomes chaotic. Finding the fine line between our order and the spontaneity of daily life is what we strive for. When successful it enriches both the lives of our clients as well as what we've designed.

To do this requires a true collaboration between client and architect. The more that is shared, the greater the potential for making something that really fits and is greater than its parts. We ask our clients to think about the things that are important to them and share them with us. In return, we think about how best to respond to those needs and wants and develop ideas that we think would support and enrich them. We ask our clients to entertain our ideas and tell us if and where they fail. Once we have a shared understanding, we apply our extensive experience in designing for all types of budgets to find the appropriate expression of our agreed upon idea within our clients' budgets and time frames. We are equally adept at selecting the most cost-effective building components as well as custom-designing cabinets, furniture, and lighting.

Our interest is in designing homes - not house or apartments. We want our clients to "possess" what we design for them and to feel free to "live" in it. Put another way: We design order, but not so much order that it precludes our clients from doing what they want in it and not so little order that when lived in it becomes chaotic. Finding the fine line between our order and the spontaneity of daily life is what we strive for. When successful it enriches both the lives of our clients as well as what we've designed.

To do this requires a true collaboration between client and architect. The more that is shared, the greater the potential for making something that really fits and is greater than its parts. We ask our clients to think about the things that are important to them and share them with us. In return, we think about how best to respond to those needs and wants and develop ideas that we think would support and enrich them. We ask our clients to entertain our ideas and tell us if and where they fail. Once we have a shared understanding, we apply our extensive experience in designing for all types of budgets to find the appropriate expression of our agreed upon idea within our clients' budgets and time frames. We are equally adept at selecting the most cost-effective building components as well as custom-designing cabinets, furniture, and lighting.

We have designed successful restaurants and food service facilities, across the country. From freestanding buildings to boutique restaurant interiors, we have a proven record of success including Interiors Magazine’s “Best Restaurant of the Year” award and numerous stellar reviews from top critics.

“Woods on West 37th Street remains among the finest small restaurants of the last 10 years or so” - Paul Goldberger, Pulitzer Prize Winning Architectural Critic. The New York Times

“The work of Mr. Boxenbaum is clever. . . It emphasized the ways in which space can be manipulated to serve different functions. . . The finished restaurant space was planned so that it would work for the chefs and waiters - receiving, storing, preparing and serving hot and cold foods - and for the clients, whose movements are in a planned sequence ‘from the time they enter and take thier coats off to being seated and served’. . . “ - Suzanne Slesin, New York Times

We have designed successful restaurants and food service facilities, across the country. From freestanding buildings to boutique restaurant interiors, we have a proven record of success including Interiors Magazine’s “Best Restaurant of the Year” award and numerous stellar reviews from top critics.

“Woods on West 37th Street remains among the finest small restaurants of the last 10 years or so” - Paul Goldberger, Pulitzer Prize Winning Architectural Critic. The New York Times

“The work of Mr. Boxenbaum is clever. . . It emphasized the ways in which space can be manipulated to serve different functions. . . The finished restaurant space was planned so that it would work for the chefs and waiters - receiving, storing, preparing and serving hot and cold foods - and for the clients, whose movements are in a planned sequence ‘from the time they enter and take thier coats off to being seated and served’. . . “ - Suzanne Slesin, New York Times

We have designed successful restaurants and food service facilities, across the country. From freestanding buildings to boutique restaurant interiors, we have a proven record of success including Interiors Magazine’s “Best Restaurant of the Year” award and numerous stellar reviews from top critics.

“Woods on West 37th Street remains among the finest small restaurants of the last 10 years or so” - Paul Goldberger, Pulitzer Prize Winning Architectural Critic. The New York Times

“The work of Mr. Boxenbaum is clever. . . It emphasized the ways in which space can be manipulated to serve different functions. . . The finished restaurant space was planned so that it would work for the chefs and waiters - receiving, storing, preparing and serving hot and cold foods - and for the clients, whose movements are in a planned sequence ‘from the time they enter and take thier coats off to being seated and served’. . . “ - Suzanne Slesin, New York Times

Institutional architecture, whether governmental or educational, requires an understanding of complex user groups and procedures. Beyond their functioning, these building types convey messages to individuals, groups, and society at large. Whatever the message, we try to understand it and consistently reflect it in the overall concept of our work as well as in the design of both large and small scale elements.

Critical in such building types is the management of costs – both first and life-cycle. One of our basic principles is economy of means. In addition to the usual concern for the cost of construction, we are particularly sensitive to design decisions and choices which affect ongoing costs of energy and maintenance. Rather than leaving these considerations to a point well after the initial design concepts are set, we believe that they are part of the project program which influences those concepts.

We also believe that though these buildings have institutional requirements, the place of the individual should not be lost. Therefore, we are particularly interested in making sure that the individual user be able to identify his place within the institution and be supported in his work by our design. Using this approach we have been able to make places that function well for the institution while being beneficial to the individual.

Institutional architecture, whether governmental or educational, requires an understanding of complex user groups and procedures. Beyond their functioning, these building types convey messages to individuals, groups, and society at large. Whatever the message, we try to understand it and consistently reflect it in the overall concept of our work as well as in the design of both large and small scale elements.

Critical in such building types is the management of costs – both first and life-cycle. One of our basic principles is economy of means. In addition to the usual concern for the cost of construction, we are particularly sensitive to design decisions and choices which affect ongoing costs of energy and maintenance. Rather than leaving these considerations to a point well after the initial design concepts are set, we believe that they are part of the project program which influences those concepts.

We also believe that though these buildings have institutional requirements, the place of the individual should not be lost. Therefore, we are particularly interested in making sure that the individual user be able to identify his place within the institution and be supported in his work by our design. Using this approach we have been able to make places that function well for the institution while being beneficial to the individual.

Institutional architecture, whether governmental or educational, requires an understanding of complex user groups and procedures. Beyond their functioning, these building types convey messages to individuals, groups, and society at large. Whatever the message, we try to understand it and consistently reflect it in the overall concept of our work as well as in the design of both large and small scale elements.

Critical in such building types is the management of costs – both first and life-cycle. One of our basic principles is economy of means. In addition to the usual concern for the cost of construction, we are particularly sensitive to design decisions and choices which affect ongoing costs of energy and maintenance. Rather than leaving these considerations to a point well after the initial design concepts are set, we believe that they are part of the project program which influences those concepts.

We also believe that though these buildings have institutional requirements, the place of the individual should not be lost. Therefore, we are particularly interested in making sure that the individual user be able to identify his place within the institution and be supported in his work by our design. Using this approach we have been able to make places that function well for the institution while being beneficial to the individual.

BUZstudios has operated at both ends of the exhibition and events spectrum.

As designers, BUZ has designed stands at traditional tradeshows like Euroshop, in Cologne, Germany for Italian clients, in collaboration with firms like Peter Solomon Studios..

They have also designed more “unusual” exhibitions that blur the line between advertisement, art, design, and provocateur.

At the 2001 Salone Del Mobile, in Milan, they collaborated with designers Matthias Richter and Susane Backer to create, arguably, the first independent mobile exhibition ever at this, the world’s largest, furniture fair. Evading arrest, the results were multiple invitations to exhibit at many of the most prestigeous and exclusive events of the week and the creation of an ever growing trend of copy-cats at subsequent shows.

BUZstudios has operated at both ends of the exhibition and events spectrum.

As designers, BUZ has designed stands at traditional tradeshows like Euroshop, in Cologne, Germany for Italian clients, in collaboration with firms like Peter Solomon Studios..

They have also designed more “unusual” exhibitions that blur the line between advertisement, art, design, and provocateur.

At the 2001 Salone Del Mobile, in Milan, they collaborated with designers Matthias Richter and Susane Backer to create, arguably, the first independent mobile exhibition ever at this, the world’s largest, furniture fair. Evading arrest, the results were multiple invitations to exhibit at many of the most prestigeous and exclusive events of the week and the creation of an ever growing trend of copy-cats at subsequent shows.

BUZstudios has operated at both ends of the exhibition and events spectrum.

As designers, BUZ has designed stands at traditional tradeshows like Euroshop, in Cologne, Germany for Italian clients, in collaboration with firms like Peter Solomon Studios..

They have also designed more “unusual” exhibitions that blur the line between advertisement, art, design, and provocateur.

At the 2001 Salone Del Mobile, in Milan, they collaborated with designers Matthias Richter and Susane Backer to create, arguably, the first independent mobile exhibition ever at this, the world’s largest, furniture fair. Evading arrest, the results were multiple invitations to exhibit at many of the most prestigeous and exclusive events of the week and the creation of an ever growing trend of copy-cats at subsequent shows.

Project shown designed with and for Peter Solomon