Saturday, January 9, 2010


The New York Times writes about Brooklyn native Michael Logozzo, who lived overseas and worked various positions overseas as a chef - including Kabul, Afghanistan where he was in charge of overseeing the acquisition of property for Roshan, a telecommunications company, and helping run a charitable program for Afghan children. With his family lobbying for him to return to the states, he finally made the move home after his contract ended; it became, however, about finding the right place to live and creating a space that he could know as home after years away. Responding to a message on the New York Times Web site (the message is no longer online) that offered to help people with “a furniture budget that feels too tight” and then matching them with a professional designer, Logozzo's project was taken on Richard Mishaan, a Manhattan interior designer and the author of “Modern Luxury” - and taken on free. Read on.

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