FEATURED IN HOUZZ ARTICLE: EN's focus on material selection by Kelly Ennis

Highlighted in this Houzz article and seen in all EN projects, a thoughtful material selection is what creates an identity for our designs. The owner of this lake house desired modern upgrades without losing that cabin-like feel.

Houzz recognized this project for one major design decision - selecting two different counter top materials for the wall and island counter. Could you image this space with the dark granite as the sink counter? What a dim, cold space that would have been! Instead, a hearty reclaimed wood island counter invites family and friends to join around and enjoy their vacation.

EN's Artist-In-Residence: Tom Judd at The West Collection by Kelly Ennis

Tom Judd's 'The Hermit Project' is an intimate experience. Enter into a small, meticulously constructed room and into someone else's life. The space is currently open at The West Collection in Oaks, PA. Definitely worth the drive up the Schuylkill. At any given time, this location hosts over one thousand different works of art from amazing artists. Congratulations to EN's artist-in-residence, Tom Judd, for an another creation that encourages us ponder and explore!

Here are a few other artist's pieces from EN's visit last Thursday:


Val Nehez: Keynote speaker at New York's Bard College by Kelly Ennis

Val Nehez keynote speech at Bard College

Bard Works, an annual program at Bard College that prepares students for work after college, invited EN's Val Nehez to give the keynote speech. This advantageous program for junior and senior students provides realistic guidance to competitively enter the working world. Val's guidance was the kickoff to a series of events where students interactively learn how to establish themselves as a professionals.

Val Nehez keynote speech at Bard College

HGTV Magazine Goes Wild for EN's Interior Design of Allens Lane by Kelly Ennis

Ennis Nehez has been featured in the December 2014 issue of HGTV Magazine.

Ennis Nehez has been featured in the December 2014 issue of HGTV Magazine.

HGTV goes wild for this quirky home renovation designed by Ennis Nehez. Vibrant colors enriches the spaces where the family comes together.

"If you can live with the fact that we will have a Coca-Cola red couch and an electric blue fireplace, then we can work together." - Client


Ennis Nehez's Curated Meal featured in Philadelphia Style Magazine by Kelly Ennis

Val Nehez of Ennis Nehez has been featured in the current issue of Philadelphia Style Magazine . 

EN's "Curated Meal" brings together a small group of strangers who are "artists, philanthropists, entrepreneurs, and city leaders." The topic of discussion - "Improving life in Philadelphia."

Along with co-host, Michael Garden of The Garden Collaborative, they have created a unique way to invite influential Philadelphia leaders to get to know one another over a well crafted meal.


Curated Home: Opening Mid-June by Kelly Ennis

Curated Home: Art, Furnishings and Designed Objects at 503 Fairmount

503 Fairmount is a historic home renovation by Ennis Nehez Architecture and Interior Design and a property offered for sale by Michael Garden  of The Garden Collaborative.

Hosted by Michael Garden and Val Nehez of Ennis Nehez Architecture & Interior Design.

The curated home is an installation of furniture and decoration curated by Val Nehez of Ennis Nehez Architecture & Interior Design and a collection of art curated by Michael Garden.

Furniture and art objects for sale from leading Philadelphia dealers and artists including:

The curated home is a benefit for Art-Reach.

Click here to check out the Curated Home event page on Facebook!


Gallery Above: Construction progress underway!

503 Fairmount before - our turquoise diamond in the rough.

Design Practice: Curated Meals by Kelly Ennis

Ennis Nehez addresses all the senses: sight, taste, small and sound in order to breech into the 'behind closed doors' fabric of Philadelphia's design culture.  Every Curated Meal brings 15 relative strangers together with a core group of 10 for a feast in our converted church space in East Falls. The resulting conversations and relationships will continue to grow and weave into a richer and more elaborate fabric.  This is the lifeline of any creative endeavor. 

"Yet unlike design-friendly cities such as New York, Miami and Milan, Philadelphia loathes showiness, reflecting its Quaker heritage. The contrast between the staid exteriors and the vibrant interiors of homes is a metaphor for the city, says Val Nehez of Ennis Nehez - an Architectural and Interior design firm that works both in Philadelphia and New York. "Philadelphia doesn't wear its style on its sleeve. It's behind closed doors. You have to be in the fabric of society—to enter into peoples' lives—to see it."

Val Nehez in the Wall Street Journal , 2013

Prepping salmon on Indian Queen Lane for the February 2014 Curated Meal at Ennis Nehez.

Prepping salmon on Indian Queen Lane for the February 2014 Curated Meal at Ennis Nehez.