“A Web Site for Midcentury Modern Buyers” headlines an article about townhouse.bz in the NY Times Home & Gardens Section today.
Our first press coverage and we couldn’t be more delighted that it is in the Times.
Congratulation! What a great write-up!
Congratulations! Its a fabulous start to a fabulous new source of Mid-Century treasures.
Fantastic to see these astute collectors with very high end design background and education get much deserved PR for their keen eye and impeccable aesthetic. I look forward to incorporating items from Townhouse throughout my Hollywood villa. Kudos, Marla and Kevork!
It takes great discernment to amass such an impressive collection. I have bookmarked your site and will check back often. Meanwhile, I’ll grab the measuring tape and find where some of those gems could best be featured in our Baltimore townhouse. Congratulations!
What an education! I’m an instant Parzinger fan and I can imagine why people look for those pieces. As someone with NO furnishing parlance, I have already learned a good deal about what Midcentury Modern means . . . and the attraction to the work is contagious. How did I end up wanting houndstooth chairs? It’s like the more you understand about the art of a time period, the easier it is to see the depth of other people’s interest. You guys will be the sum total of all my shelter mag perusal. Viva Townhouse!