David Sokol

  • Writes about LGBT subjects as well as architecture and interior design for numerous websites and magazines
  • Author of ​"Hudson Modern: Residential Landscapes"
  • He and his partner live in New York and the Hudson Valley


David Sokol entered journalism in 1999, while still studying at Yale University. Since then, he has written for the Advocate and for "The Rainbow Pilgrimage," the NYC & Company tourism initiative celebrating the 40th anniversary of the Stonewall Riots. His design writing has been published by Interior Design, Domino, and Surface magazines. Sokol also wrote three articles for TripSavvy, on topics ranging from volunteer opportunities to support the New York City LGBT community to gay New Year’s Eve parties in New York City.



David Sokol is the author of "Hudson Modern: Residential Landscapes," which showcases "new houses in the Hudson River Valley that embrace the dramatic settings and cultural bounty of this popular region," according to the book publisher's notes. He is also co-author of "The Modern Architecture Pop-Up Book," which "showcases three-dimensional replications of some of the most innovative modern and contemporary architecture from around the world," according to book notes published on Amazon.​

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