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Rebecca Ascher

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Ascher Davis Architects LLP

HQ Phone:  (212) 967-9299

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Ascher Davis Architects LLP

274 Madison Avenue Suite 1801

New York City, New York,10016

United States

Company Description

Ascher Davis Architects provides a deeply layered structure of architecture and interior design services for both residential and corporate clients. We offer a carefully tailored list of scalable services and apply experience gained from a broad range of proje... more

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Trend alert: Wood planks warm up ceilings and walls

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Rebecca Ascher, principal at Ascher Davis Architects in New York and Newport, Rhode Island, points out that only large, high-ceiling rooms can accommodate such visually distinctive overhead treatment without being overwhelmed.
"This is especially true if you're using strongly characterful hardwoods like walnut or hickory," she says. "In smaller, lower spaces, a plank ceiling with too much personality can feel oppressive. In those situations, I would probably specify something simple like poplar beadboard finished with a light, natural stain. That would look crisp and airy, adding visual interest while remaining pleasingly low-key." Home renovators discovered that installing new wood floorboards overhead is not only a surefire way to refresh an interior - even change its character entirely, if so desired - but also an effective method of covering old, damaged ceilings with relative ease. "Tongue-and-groove can be installed directly over drywall, plaster, and other ceiling materials," Ascher says.


Ascher Davis Architects | Contact - Ascher Davis Architects

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Rebecca Ascher: ra@ad-arch.com


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Rebecca Ascher, principal at Ascher Davis Architects in New York and Newport, Rhode Island, points out that only large, high-ceiling rooms can accommodate such visually distinctive overhead treatment without being overwhelmed. “This is especially true if you’re using strongly characterful hardwoods like walnut or hickory,� she says. “In smaller, lower spaces, a plank ceiling with too much personality can feel oppressive.


Ascher, Ascher Davis Architects

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Rebecca Ascher:
Mrs. Ascher has practiced architecture for 16 years. Her residential projects have included the full range of luxury homes in New York City - from brownstones to pre-war apartments to post-war lofts - as well as primary houses and weekend retreats in the surrounding areas - from the Hamptons to Nantucket and beyond. In executing these projects, Mrs. Ascher often serves as both architect and interior designer, bringing exquisite taste and extraordinary attention to detail to all aspects of project design and management. By managing a project from the initial design through construction administration to the final decoration of the interior, Mrs. Ascher can produce a residence that is thoughtfully executed and meticulously managed. As an architect, Mrs. Ascher works closely with the contractor to ensure smooth and efficient management of the project. Her organizational skills - including a close focus on timelines and the coordination of various trades - allow her to minimize change orders and other unpleasant surprises. In interior design, Mrs. Ascher's services include overall concept designs, furniture sourcing and placement, the design of custom furniture millwork, and the selection of paints, floor coverings, and other decorative items. With an extensive background in architectural detailing, she is able to fully relate the scale of the room to the pieces placed within it. She brings a cohesive design to the architecture and the interiors of the home. Prior to co-founding Ascher Davis Architects with Mr. Davis, Mrs. Ascher worked at some of New York's most respected architecture firms. Mrs. Ascher received her Bachelor of Arts degree from Dartmouth College cum laude in 1991, and her Masters of Architecture degree from the University of Pennsylvania Graduate School of Fine Arts, as salutatorian, in 1995. Mrs. Ascher is a licensed Architect in the States of New York and New Jersey.


Davis, Ascher Davis Architects

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Rebecca Ascher:
Joshua Davis, AIA has practiced architecture in New York City for twenty years, more than half of that time in a successful and ongoing professional partnership with Rebecca Ascher.


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