My company, Maia Gilman Architect PLLC, recently completed interior layout design services for a new boutique and gallery in Chatham, NJ, called Scooch A Mi. Check it out! Owner Ellen Eppie has a full range of creative, colorful, culturally-varied and affordable gifts for the holiday season and beyond. I'm thrilled to contribute the thriving of … Continue reading New Boutique & Gallery!
Jump on it! Described by shaman Janet StraightArrow as a journey of awakening and finding positive ways of taking action to assist a world in environmental distress and by architect and AIA Middle East president Raya Ani as a timely and contemporary novel about love and care for the world—The Erenwine Agenda helps us … Continue reading Heading out for the weekend? This Saturday/Sunday only, my books are free!
Tomorrow is the March for Science, coincident with Earth Day. I've been a fan of the "Every Day is Earth Day" mentality for a long time and so to recognize this particular Earth Day as unique, is a mindshift. It is unique. It is a day to focus on the direction we want to go. … Continue reading March for Science
The Erenwine Agenda will be available for you to read tomorrow! For those who have asked: It is available to pre-order now. Pre-ordering counts toward first-day sales figures. It is available on Kindle. As part of the Kindle Unlimited program, I will be paid half a cent (yes) per page you read. So please … Continue reading One more sleep…
I've been figuring out how to share music with you, because music is important to me. It was a core influence in the writing of The Erenwine Agenda, which is not a book about music. It's a book about design-thinking. And compassion. The music carries the reader through the arc of design-thinking. The music carries … Continue reading #altopassante
I'm excited to announce that my novel, The Erenwine Agenda, is now available for pre-order on Amazon! This is the short description: An intern architectural designer takes on the natural gas industry. This is the little-bit-longer description: Amalia Erenwine—an environmental activist working in New York City as an architectural intern—takes on the natural gas industry … Continue reading New Book Alert!