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Georgetown architect, Simon Jacobsen inducted into AD100

December 6, 2011


Simon Jacobsen, managing design partner of the Georgetown-based firm of Jacobsen Architecture, LLC. has been inducted into Architectural Digest's "AD100" that magazine's listing of the best architects and designers in the world. 

Simon Jacobsen living room (Photo by: Robert C. Lautman) Simon Jacobsen living room

Simon's work has been featured in Architectural Digest over the last 15 years, including the design of his own Georgetown home, which also won an AIA-DC/Washingtonian award. His father and business partner Hugh Newell Jacobsen, FAIA was first named to the AD100 four years ago but also holds the title in the Hall of Fame.

Since 1994, the two have worked together and independently on design throughout the world both in architecture, interiors, furniture, landscape and objects. Most recently, Architectural Digest published the Georgetown home of Tina Alster and Paul Frazer on N Street by Simon and Hugh Jacobsen in February 2011.

Jacobsen Architecture is an architecture and design firm with national and international projects of residential, commercial, interiors and institutional design.

Simon Jacobsen residence (Photo by: Robert C. Lautman) Simon Jacobsen residence


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ArtSee Sunday at Veritas Wine Bar November 13th

November 10, 2011

ArtSee will showcase the work of Kate Boone on November 13, 2011. This month, ArtSee Sunday is being held in Dupont Circle at Veritas Wine Bar on Florida Avenue.

Boone, a Washington D.C. native, says her inspiration comes from cityscapes, as can be seen with her ability to turn decaying cement landscapes into though-provoking imagery. In her own words, “I really like dirty, grungy places. I like the rawness of the streets and love to capture what people usually look as unwanted and show that at least someone finds it endearing. ”

This is an example of Kate Boone's ability to turn a decrepit city scene into a thought-provoking image. (Photo by: Kate Boone) This is an example of Kate Boone's ability to turn a decrepit city scene into a thought-provoking image.

ArtSee is Washington D.C.’s leading fine arts promotion agency focusing on connecting the local community with artists and their work. From promotional opportunities to social media exposure, ArtSee is the one-stop-shop for both artists to promote their work, and art connoisseurs to browse and purchase pieces.

Where: Veritas Wine Bar, 2031 Florida Avenue N.W.

When: 5:00-7:00 pm

Visit ArtSee to learn more about Kate Boone, and Artsee's upcoming events.


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