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The Women of Oyster Works

33Bridges - The Women of Oyster Works

We are excited to introduce Oyster Works’ new summer intern, Marisa Bottai! As a native Charlestownian and current Architecture student at Roger Williams University (Damara’s alma mater), Marisa adds a fresh new perspective to our current design and construction projects.

“I am overjoyed to work with Oyster Works. I love their sense of style and I can walk to work!” – Marisa Bottai

 

Welcome Aboard, Marisa!

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Consumption

I came across an article explaining that the portion sizes at restaurants are four times larger than they were in the 1950’s (this data is being coined The New (Ab)Normal).
Four times larger?!
This got me thinking about my consumption of food.

I recently helped my father clean out piles and plastic bins full of old art supplies, books, and papers that were in his basement for the past twenty years.
There is so much stuff down here!
This got me thinking about my consumption of things.

Using my phone as a GPS it is occasionally interrupted by newly received email messages, wireless hot-spots, and current traffic conditions.
Could my phone beep anymore times?!
This got me thinking about my consumption of information.

Spotlight on Design

Westerly Sun Spotlights Oyster Works and 33 Bridges

The Westerly Sun article: Architects Share Insights on Design ran on the front page of the Money & Business section and featured Oyster Works and 33 Bridges.  We are happy to be recognized by our local paper!

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“Thanks, Steve.”

Steve Jobs Memory

Not to be obsessed with Steve Jobs’ recent passing, but I found this here on Jonathan Mak’s blog and had to post it. Beautifully designed and executed.

Damara

 

 

R.I.P. Steve Jobs

RIP Steve Jobs

The end of an era – Rest in Peace Steve Jobs – you changed the world of design and style. Thank you.

Damara