The mural at Panorama was a collaboration between two local artist; Anthony DeMelas and Kristine Di Grigoli. Together they fused their styles through photography, digital media tools, and painting to coincide with Luca Sena owner of Panorama and Meg Rodgers, interior designer visions.
The creative process flows within each layer, from photographs of a painting of Italian Landscapes (previously displayed in the lobby), colored wine bottles, and Architects Dream painting by DeMelas sliced in three care of Pentimenti Gallery. Once the image was photographed and fused within digital media tools it was then printed onto a large canvas. The mix media image was then ready for DeMelas to add the final painted layers to create an organic and three dimensional feel.
The mural’s intention was to give the viewer a panoramic look as if they were looking through colored wine bottles onto a contemporary abstract Italian landscape and to compliment the largest Cuvée wine system in the world.
High Street on Market is featured in the Wallpaper* 2016 City Guide.
The Hyatt at The Bellevue, the latest of Philadelphia’s iconic hotels to undergo a multi-million dollar renovation, will soon unveil its new look.
The new design, led by Marguerite Rodgers Interior Design of Philadelphia, includes refreshed guest rooms and new public spaces at the hotel on the Avenue of the Arts in Center City.
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The inviting corner space was transformed by long-time collaborator Marguerite Rodgers Interior Design. The décor will feature ash-colored wood-topped tables, industrial fixtures and redesigned church pew booths set on a white-washed concrete floor.
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From The Inquirer on Philly.com.
We are proud to announce that we will be designing the first High Street outpost in Manhattan in collaboration with Ellen Yin and chef Eli Kulp – Stay tuned for more details!
Buoyed by its successful first year and a half, High Street on Market – the casual sibling of Fork in Old City – plans to open a second location in late summer or early fall in Lower Manhattan.
Ellen Yin and chef Eli Kulp have signed a deal at the corner of Hudson and Horatio Streets in the West Village. The concept – ingredient-driven American foods and baked goods served from breakfast through dinner in a cozy cafe setting – will remain. This location is a third larger than the original at 308 Market St.
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