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In the Press

Figure Ground Inc. is dedicated to working only with artists and craftsman of the highest caliber. Their works have been featured in mainstream press and high-end design publications.

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THE WALL STREET JOURNAL

A high-tech highly customized SoHo loft, a project with some distinct hallmarks of Figure Ground Inc. was featured in The Wall Street Journal. Daryl Wugalter's artistry can be seen in the execution of wonderfully curved walls intended to create one fluid line, a short playful cat tunnel leading from the kitchen to the pantry, floor-to-ceiling wardrobes with custom lighting, motorized clothes rods and motorized headboards switching to face the fireplace in the winter and the terrace in the summer.

Ryan Serhant

 

"There's alot about this 5,000 Square Foot gut renovated 3 Bedroom loft with 560 Square Feet of outdoor space in Wooster Street in SoHo that I ABSOLUTELY LOVE, but this copper bathtub kind of takes the cake."

 

"OBSESSED with this kitchen in our new SoHo listing coming this week. Just got the photos back from Richard Caplan Photography and I had to share this one. 'Re'designed by Daryl Wugalter of Figure Ground Inc, the kitchen is too big to fit in this photo! And Thank you for 230.000 likes Facebook!!!”

Interior Design Magazine

Daryl Wugalter was featured in Interior Design Magazine for her work on a physical therapy space, which offers the perfect example of how Figure Ground Inc. take their work beyond design to the heart of matter at hand. For this space, Wugalter used the basic principles of physical therapy to inspire her design. The result was to use the most of the space, and the light within it, with frosted glass and bronze painted wood, which lends to a minimalist yet welcome feel.

THE NEW YORK TIMES

The intricate detail explored in Figure Ground Inc. design was featured in The New York Times. Architect John Beckman of Axis Mundi prepared a glamorous screen from a bronze-framed partition and 1950’s office building glass ceiling panels. The Manhattan town house in which it resides exhibits the level of artistry that Daryl Wugalter incorporates into all of her projects.