Jamie Sorcher

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Jamie Sorcher  |  Sep 10, 2012  |  1 comments
Today’s flat panels are beautiful to look at whether turned on or off, but there are times when you just want to conceal—not reveal—your TV. Blending your big screen into a room environment doesn’t have to be a design dilemma; in fact, it’s easier than ever with these options.
Jamie Sorcher  |  May 21, 2012  |  8 comments
Put a flat panel on the wall, and you gain back valuable real estate in your living room or den. The challenge then becomes what to do with your A/V components, media, and accessories. An enclosed or even semi-enclosed cabinet offers a clutter-free look, eliminates eyesores, and lets your TV serve as the focal point of your room.
Jamie Sorcher  |  Feb 01, 2004  |  0 comments
Sonnefeld photos by Michelle Hood Barry Sonnenfeld is the master of droll. You can see it in his work, from John Travolta's suave, minivan-driving gangster in Get Shorty to Tommy Lee Jones's slow-burning G-man in Men in Black to Patrick Warburton's oblivious superhero in The Tick.
Jamie Sorcher  |  Nov 30, 2004  |  0 comments

At the low end of the gift-giving scale rests the traditional tie, money clip, or soap-on-a-rope, and at the high end - well, the sky's the limit. There's always someone on your list worth indulging, and sometimes there's even the money to do it. And while you might not be in the same league as Donald Trump or Tiger Woods, it's always fun to look.

Jamie Sorcher  |  Jun 26, 2002  |  0 comments

Arrive at a high-tech hotel, and you're in for a refreshing experience. Imagine being greeted curbside by a bellman bearing a PDA who registers you in just moments, eliminating what can be a frustrating trip to the front desk. In more and more hotels, new technology is making agonizingly long check-in lines and the risk of getting stuck with a lousy room nuisances of the past.

Jamie Sorcher  |  Jan 23, 2009  |  2 comments

These days, home theaters serve many purposes. They can be dedicated cinemas, game rooms, or entertaining environments. This homeowner from Long Island, New York, is a music lover and admitted audiophile, so his theater had to be a place where he could relax and enjoy his music.

Jamie Sorcher  |  Jul 03, 2006  |  0 comments
Taking the Big View The ceiling-mounted Yamaha DPX-1300 DLP projector (foreground) beams its image onto a custom-made 140-inch diagonal Stewart FireHawk screen.

A lot of us dream of having a room of o