In 2010, Joseph was invited to participate in the LVMH/ Parsons project The Art of Craftmanship Revisited: New York; a project highlighting the beauty and tradition of fine crafts. Joseph gave a wall upholstery demonstration and upholstered 4 walls of the Victorian homes on Governers Island. The wall upholstery is still in place for viewing today.
In 2013, French Finish completed the installation of custom cotton fabric featuring the brand logo of luxury jewelry designer Marie-Hélène de Taillac, or MHT. The pre-war Upper East Side location boutique and gallery opening was a feature article in AD France June 2013 issue. The opening was also included in the ""What's Next" section of the Elle Decor 2013 July/August issue.
In 2015, interior designer Fawn Galli enlisted the expertise of Joseph and French finish to bring elements of her Parisian- inspired design to fruition in a Greenwich Village apartment in NYC. The completed project was the topic of feature article "Dreaming in French"; in Elle Decor October 2015 issue. French Finish completed the wall upholstery of the Dining Room, Master Dressing Room, and Upholstered Leather Powder Room with Brass nailhead braille poem.
In 2015, a Manhattan project by interior designer Miles Redd was featured in the article "Isn't it Romantic" for the November/ December issue of Veranda Magazine. French Finish completed 15 Upholstered Red Leather doors with nailhead design for the project.
In 2017, French Finish completed installation of several rooms in the new Miles Redd office and showroom. The new Chelsea neighborhood office was featured in the AD August 2017 issue. French Finish installations in the office include upholstered Horsehair doors, Silk velvet walls, tented ceilings with valance, and a Silk velvet door.