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From the Source: JGeiger Shading Technology

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When looking for shading options to finish the interior furnishing at the Hudson Woods model house, it was important to strike the right balance between warmth, simple elegance and functionality. The window dressing selection has a strong influence on the mood and atmosphere of the space. For the model house we used battery powered roller shades from our friends at JGeiger Shading Technology.

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Announcing the Next Project by Lang Architecture

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We are excited to announce that Lang Architecture, the firm behind Hudson Woods is designing and developing a new project at Windham Mountain. The site is situated on 76.5 acres which was originally part of a copper mine. Today the site is prepared for construction of 9 single family homes and 25 town homes. The project is located at the base of Windham Mountain, minutes away from the ski area and resort and across the road from the Windham golf club.

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Top Instagram Posts of 2017

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We have had a busy year at Hudson Woods. To wind down the year we thought it would be fun to look back through a selection of our most popular and favorite posts on Instagram for a bit of inspiration going into 2018. Here is a look at the 10 posts we selected.

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Field & Supply Photo Review

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This year Field & Supply was held at the expanded Hutton Brickyards location. If you did not have the chance to stop by you can learn more about the design fair and newly opened location in our previous journal post. As we have done in years past, we wanted to collect and share a number of our favorite photos from the weekend.

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Field & Supply at Newly Opened Hutton Brickyards

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Field & Supply is back again for its fourth year. This time the design fair will take place at Hutton Brickyards, a newly opened event venue on the Hudson River waterfront only 2 miles from Kingston, NY and 26 miles from Hudson Woods (along a scenic drive winding along the Ashokan Reservoir). The Hutton brickyard was once a major driver of the Kingston's economy, employing hundreds of workers to quarry clay, make and bake bricks, and load them onto barges headed downstate. For more than a century, they were the raw material for New York City’s building boom.

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Open House + Honorable Mention in Fast Co's Innovation Awards

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Hudson Woods was awarded an Honorable Mention as part of Fast Company's 2017 Innovation by Design Awards under the Space, Places and Cities category. The awards represent the best products, services, interfaces, and ideas of 2017 across 13 categories. The Spaces, Places and Cities category looks at projects that improve the urban fabric, including urban planning, architecture, and interactive products.

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Photo Tour by Nicole Franzen + Open House

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Last week our friend Nicole Franzen stayed at Hudson Woods and captured some beautiful moments during her stay which we want to share with you below. Nicole travels the world photographing various locations, foods and interiors. You can catch a lot of her work here: http://www.nicolefranzen.com/ and on Instagram. We are also holding an open house next Sunday with details below. Be sure to save the date as we only have one lot remaining for sale at Hudson Woods.

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Open House + Showroom Opening

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We will be holding an open house Next Sunday, June 25th from 12-2 PM hosted by Architect, Drew Lang. We hope you can stop by and also catch the opening of Michael Robbins' furniture showroom. Michael Robbins is a designer and furniture maker located in Germantown, NY, between Tivoli and Hudson. We worked with Michael to help outfit the model house and then again to organize an exhibit of Hudson Valley designers in New York City at Whisper Editions. Catch Michael's showroom opening event on Saturday June 24th from 6-9 PM with locally made cider, beer and snacks.

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Hudson Woods Partners Introduce New Lighting

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Our friends at Workstead released a new collection at ICFF called The Lodge Collection. We partnered with Workstead in the early design stages of Hudson Woods to outfit the model house with lighting. The model house utilizes 2 of their pieces: the industrial chandelier at entry hall and bent wall lamp in the garage/studio. Workstead is based out of New York City, though they have roots in the Hudson Valley and have worked on several projects in the area. Workstead's new collection utilizes a series of structural wooden frames to support a variety of straightforward lighting functions: chandelier, pendant, sconce. The play between wood and metal emphasizes the counterpoint between structure and network.

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Wall Street Journal Features Hudson Woods Home Owners

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This week, the Wall Street Journal wrote about Paul and Sheena Murphy, who were one of the early home buyers at Hudson Woods. Sheena is an interior designer whose work we have profiled in the past and her husband, Paul is a game designer and developer. With roots in Brooklyn they decided to make a more permanent second home in the Hudson Valley. You can read the article below and learn more about Paul and Sheena's story.

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Hudson Woods Wins Architizer A+ Award

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We are thrilled to announce that Hudson Woods has been selected as an Architizer A+Award Jury Winner! You can find Hudson Woods under the Multi Unit Housing - Low Rise (1-4 Floors) Category.

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10 Chair Designs We Love

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Architects have an interesting fascination with chairs. Many of the renowned 20th century architects are known as much for their chairs as they are their architecture, from Le Corbusier to Mies Van Der Rohe. Furniture design is much allows architects to craft on a smaller scale. The finished product in furniture design is much easier to test and much quicker to accomplish. Whereas buildings take years and maybe decades, a chair can be released relatively quickly.

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Vote for Hudson Woods in the Architizer A+ Awards

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Hudson Woods has been selected as a finalist for the A+ Awards and you can help us become the winner! We are in the Mulit-Unit Low Rise (1-4) Housing category. In order to vote, go to the link below and enter the category name into the search bar.


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10 Open Cabinet Kitchens We Love

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Open kitchen cabinets can give homes a special feeling. It is a great way to make collections more visible, create more open space and easier access to storage. We have collected some of our favorite examples of open cabinet kitchens.

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Black Stained House at Hudson Woods

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The first black stained house at Hudson Woods was recently completed. Some photographs have been shared through our social media, and Wallpaper Magazine unveiled some of the new photography in February. Collected here are some of our favorite photos of the black cedar house. The black cedar creates a particularly striking contrast to the Mahogany window and door trim.

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Photo Tour by Melissa Shelton of Carl Hansen & Søn

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Over the holidays, our friend Melissa Shelton of Carl Hansen & Søn stayed at Hudson Woods. You might recall our journal entry about Carl Hansen & Søn who outfitted the model house with several furniture items. Melissa captured some beautiful moments during her stay which we want to share with you.

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9 Top Instagrams from 2016

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We have had a busy year at Hudson Woods. To wind down the year we thought it would be fun to look back through some of our most popular posts on Instagram for a bit of inspiration going into 2017. Here is a look at the 9 most popular posts by number of likes.

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From the Source: Poritz & Studio

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Growing up in his father’s wood shop and sculpture studio, Aaron was surrounded by art and architecture from birth. Aaron worked as an apprentice to builders as well as ceramicists throughout high school. In college, he studied both ceramics and architecture, graduating with a Bachelor of Architecture from the California College of the Arts in 2008. Aaron worked professionally as an architect in New York City, for three years before starting his own studio. Aaron’s work finds a balance between functionalism, simplicity and innovation. Aaron pushes material and maker boundaries to continually create and find new methods of using familiar materials in new and exciting ways.

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Upstate Mornings by Alice Gao

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A few weeks ago, our friends and well known photographer, Alice Gao, had a chance to stay at and photograph the model house. Alice was able to strike the perfect mood between of the approaching fall months at Hudson Woods, a favorite time of year in the Hudson Valley. You can see the entire blog post with additional photos on Alice's blog here.

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A Beloved Hotel Re-Opens with a New Design 

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One of the most historic and beloved stone mansions in nearby Stone Ridge has been given new life. The Hasbrouck House has just re-opened as a boutique hotel, restaurant and event venue under the creative direction of new owner Akiva Reich & Co.

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Industry Pricing on Outdoor Furniture From Ernest NY

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We are excited to announce that Ernest N.Y. and Royal Botania are extending industry pricing reserved for Architects and Interior Designers to Hudson Woods buyers. Ernest NY is a design Collective created by d`apostrophe.net with three partners; Royal Botania, Renson and Delta L ight f eaturing t he l atest architectural and design products from Belgium & Europe. Their new space showcases indoor & outdoor furnishings, lighting, healthy living solutions, & more.

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Hudson Woods on Cover of Elle Decor Indonesia

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Hudson Woods was recently on the cover of Elle Decoration Magazine in Indonesia. Titled “Into the Woods,” the article looks at the balance between nature and architecture and the desire to escape busy city life for some peace of mind in the mountains.

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Two Lots Now Available at $595,000 with 2 Bedroom House

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A two bedroom house is now available to purchase at Hudson Woods on Lot 02 and Lot 18. The two bedroom house is 1,000 square feet with 370 square feet of covered porch. The home also features two bathrooms, a wood burning stove, full kitchen, cedar siding, decking and soffits and high-efficiency forced air heating and air conditioning. The home is available with the full selection of Hudson Woods upgrades.

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From Hudson Woods Comes Brick & Wonder

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Lang Architecture, the team behind Hudson Woods, has launched a real estate platform called Brick & Wonder that showcases a curated selection of extraordinary homes for sale worldwide. Brick & Wonder evolves directly from our experience with Hudson Woods, where our team leads the entire process of creating a home, from conceptualization to design, through construction, to marketing and sales. Learn more about our mission and property selection process here: www.brickandwonder.com/about

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From the Source: Dzierlenga F+U

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Dzierlenga F+U is a woodworking and design studio in the Hudson Valley operated by our friend Casey Dzierlenga. You might recall our first story about Casey and how the Hudson Valley inspires her work. Since then, we have completed the model house and installed a couple of her designs as part of the furnishings. Casey has also released a number of new pieces, including items that have been licensed by our friends at West Elm and Kaufmann Mercantile.

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From the Source: Carl Hansen & Søn

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Carl Hansen & Søn is a partner we carefully selected to help furnish the Hudson Woods model house. With years of heritage and tradition their, Carl Hansen is known for manufacturing several iconic items many designed by Hans Wagner, including the Wishbone dining chair, Elbow dining chair and Shell lounge chair. You can catch up on a bit of the Carl Hansen legacy in one of our first journal posts.

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Designer Spotlight: Laura Angelini

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Laura Angelini is an interior designer and friend of ours who relocated full-time to the Hudson Valley 10 years ago. Her work is inspired by the natural beauty of the local landscape, “I really love working with the Hudson Valley’s many gifted artisans, and incorporating natural materials into each project,” Laura said. Laura's work over the last 25 years has included projects with leading NYC architects including Gensler & John Saladino.

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Building a Sense of Identity at Hudson Woods

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Studio Sanderson is a boutique brand and marketing agency in New York City. The multi-disciplinary team has worked alongside Hudson Woods since 2013 helping us to identify the right communication approach, media channels and create a compelling brand and visual identity around the place and experience.

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10 Gift Ideas From our "Upstate" Installation at Whisper

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While our "Upstate" inspired installation at Whisper may be history, we have reassembled our favorites here. All of the items are created by our maker neighbors and partners in the Hudson Valley/Catskill zone. We chose them not only because of their originality and quality, but also because they look great. Thanks again to Emma Tuccillo of @AndNorth and @kateorne for their contributions to the curation.

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Designer Spotlight: Sheena Murphy

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Sheena Murphy is a Brooklyn based designer and Principal at design studio sheep + stone. We have the pleasure of knowing Sheena from her involvement in the Hudson Valley where she finds inspiration and incorporates work from a number of local maker and artisan partners. Sheena describes her style as modern, eclectic, layered, mostly neutral and often masculine with a focus on materials, process + environment.

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From the Source: Michael Robbins

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This week we wanted to share a beautiful video from our friend and one of our maker partners, Michael Robbins. As you may know, we have two of Michael's pieces at Hudson Woods; the Big Bend Chair and Wickson Chair. You can also find the Wickson Chair at the "UPSTATE" installation at Whisper in New York City which we helped to curate. Since we last covered Michael's work, he has been busy crafting a number of new creations. Here is a photo review of a few of his new pieces.

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From the Source: Materia Designs

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When we last wrote about Materia Designs a little over a year ago, Hudson Woods was preparing to officially launch, and Materia had just shown their collection during New York Design week for the first time. Since then, Materia has moved to a new location just down the road from Hudson Woods in Accord, NY, as well as debuted a new collection of furniture and lighting focusing on elemental materials such as marble, parchment, porcelain, un-lacquered brass and leather.

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Field+Supply: Photo Review

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A big thank you to everyone who stopped by to see us at Field + Supply last weekend. It was a spectacular success with twice the number exhibitors as last year, plus workshops and Tesla Test Drives! It is wonderful to see the creative community continue to grow and thrive in the Hudson Valley and surrounding areas. As we did last year, we have collected a number of photos instagrammed during the 2 days of the event to share with you.

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The New York Times Touts Cabins as New American Dream

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Striking a chord with Hudson Woods is an article this week in “T: The New York Times Style Magazine” touting cabins as the new American dream . We have long admired the purity of cabins. Simple and elegant in form, cabins coolly evolve to modern reinventions of a classic design. Now more than ever, people seek simplicity and a slower pace of life, with balance between urban life and a rural refuge with meaningful connections to nature, family and friends.

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From The Source: Hundred Mile

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From a personal showroom tucked above an antique shop in downtown Rhinebeck to a storefront showcasing more than 45 of the biggest names in design, Hundred Mile has quickly expanded and continues to grow in its Hudson Valley home.

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From the Source: Walker Zanger

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Walker Zanger has been a maker of handcrafted tile and stone for more than 60 years. They are known for their masterful mixing and marrying of materials, patterns, and colors utilizing traditional craftsmanship techniques. Much like the inspiration for Hudson Woods, their inspiration comes from nature, art and fashion.

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From the Source: Fern Handcrafted

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Fern Handcrafted was one of our first journal entries when we launched the Hudson Woods blog. It has been over a year since and many exciting things have transpired. We wanted to share some new items in the Fern shop as well as highlight specific items we selected to furnish the Hudson Woods model house.

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Pool House at Hudson Woods

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The Hudson Woods pool house pavilion is a modernist structure positioned alongside the Hudson Woods pool. Designed for year round use, the pool house includes a sauna, bathroom/changing room, kitchenette, outdoor shower and expansive outdoor storage.

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Hudson Woods Open House

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We would like to announce that Hudson Woods is resuming open house hours starting this Sunday April 19th from 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM and continuing every Sunday for the duration of Spring, Summer and Fall.

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A Look Into the Life of a Maker

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This week we wanted to share a beautiful video of a friend and one of our maker partners, Samuel Moyer. In this video Sam provides cerebral insights into the life of a craftsman, his design process and where he draws inspiration.

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Hudson Woods Online Furnishings Sourcebook

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Some of you may have recently seen our printed "maker booklet," particularly if you attended Field + Supply this past fall. Expanding on our website Maker section, we highlighted the many makers with whom we enjoyed working to furnish the model home. We wanted to make this information digitally available for access any time online to serve as design inspiration.

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Hudson Woods Kid's Play House

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A couple of weeks ago, we took a look at the tree house upgrade, one of the Hudson Woods upgrades that captures the spirit of childhood and nostalgia. Another item available at Hudson Woods that aims to better connect children to nature and the outdoors and ignite their imagination is our playhouse design.

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Hudson Woods Guest House

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With the holidays around the corner and family visiting, we know that extra space at home is a premium advantage this time of year. With this in mind, we wanted to review the guest house upgrade available at Hudson Woods.

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Custom Built Kitchen Pantry

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One of the pieces that best embodies the collaborative spirit of Hudson Woods is our custom built kitchen pantry. Conceived and designed by the Lang Architecture team, the construction, material sourcing and craftsmanship was done in conjunction with one of our maker partners, Sam Moyer.

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WORK:SHOP Holiday Pop­-Up in Beacon

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Make sure to mark your calendars for this year’s second annual WORK:SHOP Holiday Pop-­up Sale hosted by our friends from Wickham Solid Wood Studio in Beacon, NY. On Saturday December 6th the shop will be open 10AM­ - 5PM and Sunday December 7th from 11AM - ­4PM.

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From the Source: Heath Ceramics

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Located in Sausalito, California, Heath Ceramics has been making objects for the home since 1959. Knowing the rich tradition and heritage behind their work, we reached out to outfit the Hudson Woods kitchens with a selection of their tiles.

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From the Source: Allied Maker

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You may remember in previous posts we've discussed lighting in the model house by Workstead & Materia Designs. This week, we'd like to take a look at lighting fixtures from another New York based studio in Allied Maker.

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Outdoor Living At Hudson Woods

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We're certainly looking forward to getting cozy by the wood burning stove this winter at Hudson Woods but until then, we're still enjoying the sunny days poolside at the model home. For that reason we wanted to highlight our outdoor pieces before bringing them indoors for the season.

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Fashion Meets Architecture At Hudson Woods

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As some of you may know, we had the pleasure of hosting Chronogram recently for their annual fall fashion photo shoot. One of our first forays into fashion, it was a great opportunity to welcome fashion from local designers to Hudson Woods, including items by de Marchin in Hudson, Living Eden in Red Hook, Gwenno James in Beacon, and hats from Katie Burley, also in Beacon.

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From the Source: Deborah Ehrlich

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When we came across Deborah Ehrlich's Crystal Jelly Jar lights we knew that they'd be a great fit for the model home. Designed and made for Deborah's own home in the Hudson Valley, she only thought to bring them to the public after some requests.

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From the Source: Michael Robbins Furniture

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Having studied photography at art school, it's easy to see how Michael Robbins' eye for the creative translates into woodworking & furniture making. Every element of Michael's work has a simple but meticulously crafted sensibility down to his website design and video about his workshop. The video even earned a Vimeo staff pick.

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From the Source: Premier Custom Millwork

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This week we’d like to explore some of the detail elements of the model home at Hudson Woods made possible by our friends at Premier Custom Millwork. From window and stair trimmings to interior and exterior doors, Jesse Schmitt and his crew helped make it possible.

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From The Source: Dzierlenga F+U

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With one quick look at Casey Dzierlenga’s website, it’s easy to see a fun loving approach to her work and strong connection to the Hudson Valley. Scrolling through the website you’ll encounter some of the friendly beasts Casey and husband Sam Moyer have met while adventuring through the Hudson; including a barn vulture and Hoss the Horse.

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Hudson Woods Launch Party

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We’re excited to be hosting the official launch party for Hudson Woods this weekend, Saturday July 19th from 2:00pm – 6:00pm at the model home. Join us and enjoy local fare, beers, cider and music. Check out the invite below for more information or click here: http://bit.ly/UFPYpj Hope to see you there!

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Heirloom Rugs from Cloak

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If you’ve been following our journal posts, you may have picked up on our appetite for heirloom design particularly from the Scandinavian-Swiss regions. We find kinship in the simplicity, precision and functionality of both vintage and contemporary design that emerges from these lands.

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A Bit Of NYC 100 Miles North

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Tucked above a sprawling antiques store in “downtown” Rhinebeck is Hundred Mile, a compact set of rooms filled with some very big names in design. Owners Kristina Albaugh and Josh Ingmire view it as their personal showroom where they display furniture, lighting, and accessories from dozens of designers one would usually only find in major metropolitan areas.

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From The Source: Materia Designs

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If you’re looking for a quaint weekend getaway with some local design & craft flavor then look no further than Kerhonkson in the Hudson Valley. You may have read our previous articles about Scandinavian Grace, the Ashokan Reservoir and Saunderskill, but make sure to add Materia Designs to complete a perfect design-centric trip.

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From the Source: Kaufmann Mercantile

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When looking for the perfect finishing touches to outfit the Hudson Woods model home, we were quickly drawn to Kaufmann Mercantile. Recommended by our friends from Samuel Moyer Furniture, Kaufmann sources a fantastic array of daily wares that are must haves in any home. They carefully curate their selections to fit a stringent set of guidelines which we value highly here at Hudson Woods.

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Things We Like: Scandinavian Grace

by BrittainStone

Perhaps you’ve just toured the Ashokan Reservoir and are contemplating its monumental and serene beauty while driving down the rather rural Route 28, and another oasis of sorts appears in a sturdy 1940’s era mechanic’s garage.

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From the Source: Modernlink

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At Hudson Woods, we feel a certain kinship with Scandinavian design standards and values. The ideals always rely on user experience, craftsmanship, longevity and simple living.

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From the Source: Workstead

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At times it seems like Workstead does a little bit of everything. From industrial design, to interior design to Architecture and installations, over the past 5 years they have developed a prolific portfolio of beautiful work.

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Cooking Like a Pro With SMEG

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Last week we looked at a design institution in USM Modular Furniture. This week we look at another design institution. SMEG‘s history begins way back in the 17th century starting with a family of blacksmiths who branched out into kitchen building.

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Classic Design is Always Relevant and Trendy

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Last week we introduced you to Jessica Wickham and her influence from Japanese craftsmanship tradition. This week, we’d like to turn your attention to another culture rich in design tradition focused on flexibility, durability and cleanliness.

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Empowering Sustainable Living

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It is exciting to hear this week from Treehugger.com that electric car sales are growing by more than 100% year-over-year. Electric cars have zero tailpipe emissions, they help tremendously to reduce our greenhouse gas emissions, and they cut our addiction to oil, improving national energy security.

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From The Source: Sawkille Co.

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Sawkille is all about community, it is the very inspiration to their craft. Located in Rhinebeck, NY they take inspiration from all the amenities that the Hudson Valley has to offer. They even turn their studio into a community gallery to host a variety of artist receptions.

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Making Fire with Authenticity and Innovation

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Authentic and sincere design often stems from tradition, heritage and craftsmanship. After perfecting these elements for over 30 years, Niels Wittus and his company – Wittus Fire By Design – have been able to integrate a timeless quality with evolving technologies to make beautiful yet environmentally sustainable burning stoves.

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From The Source: Carl Hansen & Søn

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As a partner, Carl Hansen and Søn have the same founding tenets as Hudson Woods. Their products are designed intelligently, and executed with skill and precision. The wood is from sustainably managed forests and is treated in a way that is as gentle as possible for the environment. Sustainability is as key for them as it is for us.

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Things We Like

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We always keep up with Kinfolk, in part because they pair their lovely subject matter with equally lovely photographers. In this piece, a Brooklyn based “maker” Ariele Alasko handcrafts wooden sculpture that happens to be “useful” to whomever becomes its owner

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From The Source: Furniture From Fern

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Fern handcrafted furniture is the first in a series featuring our carefully selected furniture partner/vendors who share our values of quality, design, and craft and who source natural, local materials.

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Things We Like

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We love Miss Moss's recent find, Saana ja Olli. Their textiles are striking and the imagery showcasing them below has just what we love: relaxation in nature. These patterns were made by a couple who own their own textile design company based out of Turku, Finland. Their products are sourced locally and manufactured. You can find their lovely products here.

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