We work to merge the disciplines of architecture, interior design and decoration into a resonant spatial experience. This is accomplished by employing firm and enduring methods of construction, carefully considered and well crafted. By always striving to design comfortably functional environments that better serve the everyday needs of our clients; we set to purpose designs that go beyond the parameters of commodity and step into the realm of the poetic. Scale, color, light and material are the elements that make up the verse to our compositions.


embarked on his creative career at Parsons School of Design in the cross-disciplinary Environmental Design Program studying industrial design, interior design and architecture. A formative opportunity came with the critically renowned John Saladino Group where he was initially charged with crafting the firm's first furniture line. As a Project Designer he was soon to oversee a multitude of large residential and commercial projects for a prestigious clientele over the course of a productive five-year residency. In 1986 Rendell partnered a practice that lasted until 2007 when he went on to a solo career. Throughout he has successfully completed a diversity of high quality residential and commercial projects. Whether historically based or idea-driven inventions the studio has shown the dexterity to design in a variety of forms. Along the way the firm has established relationships with the most respected consultants in the industry in addition to it's finest fabricators. The office has compiled a client list that includes Mike Nichols, Dianne Sawyer, and Dustin Hoffman, among others. His work has appeared in Architectural Digest, the New York Times, Arbitare, and was featured on the cover of Donald Kaufman and Taffy Dahl's "Color and Light".