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Selected articles and media:
Washington Life Magazine: An article about the work of Simon Jacobsen.
Brazil's CASA Vogue publishes the Alster Frazer Residence
HGTV does a bit on the Alster Residence.
CBS's 60 Minutes: Steve Kroft interviews Vanity Fair's Christopher Hitchens in a new Simon Jacobsen apartment in Washington, DC.
"Simon and Hugh Newell Jacobsen give a historic Washington, D.C., residence a critical restoration—and a generous helping of space and light."
"Smart Home Style"
IN WASHINGTON, D.C.’S GEORGETOWN,
A HARMONIOUS MERGER OF TWO 1863 ROW HOUSES
"Learn Their Secrets-Simon Jacobsen"
The Washington Post
"Discovering Meaning In Modern
DC Modern LuxuryMagazine
"An Enoteca Techs Up"
The Tasting Rooms and The Boxwood Winery".
Pillow Mint featuring
Simon Jacobsen and Jacobsen
2008 Washington Spaces Design Competition
Best of Remodeling Award
The Adams-Straub Residence, Washington, DC
by Simon Jacobsen.
Th Washington Post
"Tackling A Legacy..."
The Boxwood Winery
An architectural review of the Boxwood Winery
by ArchiDose. They refer to Simon as "Samuel".
Hugh and Simon Jacobsen
Simon Jacobsen is interviewed in "Roll Call" concerning The National Capital Planning
Simon Jacobsen discusses Malaparte in April's Architectural Digest.
"The Process and Patience"
in Estro, Florida.
Manner of Man Magazine
"Simon and Hugh Newell Jacobsen give a historic Washington, D.C., residence a critical restoration—and a generous helping of space and light.
S. Jacobsen house will be featured in Design Bureau magazine.
AIA/DC Award For Excellence in Architecture for the Simon Jacobsen Residence from the American Institute of Architects Washington Chapter and Washingtonian Magazine. Awards ceremony to be held at the Embassy of Denmark Friday, May 14, 2010.
Simon Jacobsen will be featured in the October/December issue of DC Modern Luxury Magazine for the Tasting Rooms and The Boxwood Winery.
Simon Jacobsen will be featured in the August/October issue of DC Modern Luxury Magazine.
Simon Jacobsen's residence will be featured in the 2009 September issue of Architectural Digest.
Simon Jacobsen's new residence will be featured
on the 2008 Georgetown House Tour. Contact Gtownhousetour@aol.com for more information.
2321 18th Street NW, WDC/202.232.0800
6PM at the Toledo Museum of Art, The Glass Pavilion.
Simon Jacobsen is an award winning designer and the managing design partner of the firm who oversees corroboratively and independently on projects in North America, Europe and the Caribbean. Most recent projects include his own newly completed house (Architectural Digest, winner AIA/DC Washingtonian award) The Boxwood Winery in Middelburg, VA (Winner 2007 AIA Merit Award),The N Street Trust (AIA/DC award winner for excellence and Architectural Digest July 2011) The Adams Residence in Washington (The Washington Post "Turning Tables in the Dining Room"), Apres Peau, The Washington Institute for Dermatologic Laser Surgery and numerous residences throughout Washington and the United States.
Simon Jacobsen has been with the company professionally for 17 years, but has worked for the firm off and on since he was 13. Before returning to Washington from graduate school, he interned for Nagle-Hartray Architects in Chicago.
Jacobsen lectures about his work when time permits has been the keynote speaker at the Miromar Design Center in Estro, Florida, AIA Toledo, AIA Connecticut and The Modernist Society.
In 2011, Jacobsen was inducted to Architectural Digest's "AD100", that publications list of the best architects and interior designers in the world.
Simon Jacobsen's work is widely published in magazines such as Architectural Digest, Casa VOGUE, The Washington Post, Washingtonian Magazine, DC Modern Luxury,Design Bureau Magazine, HGTV, Entra Magazine and dozens of other internet publications and design blogs. Simon Jacobsen's Georgetown residence will be featured in Ron Broadhurst's The New Urban House and will be published by Rizzoli in the summer of 2012.
S. Jacobsen was the Chairman of the 2006 CAUSE Gala; an organization that helps raise money and support material for U.S. soldiers wounded in Iraq and Afghanistan. He also served as the co-chair of The American Museum in Britain annual gala with designer John Irlan, and has been evolved in numerous causes and foundations around the Washington area such as The Children's Hearing & Speech Center and the Tudor Place Foundation.
Jacobsen is also the editor of the blog "Vanished Washington-an architectural eulogy of what was Washington, D.C." which documents the architectural purge of some of Washington's most elegant buildings and neighborhoods from 1940 to the 1980's.
The Modernist Society lecture (Credit: My Life As A Contact Sheet)
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