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About emily

Emily Vassos has a degree in art history and a degree in industrial design from the Rhode Island School of Design. Before joining the studio she was a project coordinator for a firm that developed and designed visitor centers for the National Park Service as well as history museums and cultural centers.

Jakarta is “Live”

Just before Christmas, we completed our largest and most complex installation to date. We are now emerging from our new year’s slothdom to announce that the Noble House Sculpture is airborne! In his more aspirational and caffeinated moments, Nikolas has said that he … Continue reading

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Hello New York!

Woohoo! We’re bi-coastal! Our new studio is a light-filled retreat in Long Island City beside the moorings of the Queensborough bridge, just one subway stop from Bloomingdales and midtown Manhattan. The complex, known as The Foundry, is a former 19th century … Continue reading

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Nikolas Weinstein Studios Rocks The G20

Question: What do Nikolas Weinstein Studios, President Enrique Pena Nieto, Chancellor Angela Merkel, President Vladimir Putin, and World Bank President Jim Yong Kim have in common? Answer: Besides an unstoppable quest for power and world domination, they will all be at … Continue reading

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Weinstein and Warwick Take It On The Road

Every summer the Glass Art Society [GAS] holds their annual conference in a different US city. This year it was just a hop-skip-and a jump down the road from us in San Jose and the theme for the conference was “Glass, … Continue reading

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Signed, Sealed, & Delivered

Nikolas posted about this project in Hong Kong when it was being installed back in February. Now that we’ve got final photography I wanted to pop in quickly and share these images of the Artwork we did for Swire Properties’ Arezzo residential … Continue reading

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