A few weeks ago, we were surprised to hear that interior designer Costas Filippou had turned down an offer to work for the New York Jets.

He’d been rumored to be interested in working on their new $1.4 billion stadium.

And after we posted the article, we found out he’d also turned down a new job at an interior design firm.

The former Jets’ head of design has been in the business for 30 years.

He’s known as one of the industry’s foremost interior designers, and his firm, Pinnacle, is a major player in the design world.

Pinnacle’s portfolio includes the “New York City” suite for the 2012 Super Bowl.

But when asked about what he’s doing in terms of designing and developing the Jets’ new stadium, Filippouns responded with this gem: “I don’t know that we’re in a rush.”

I think we need a summer, and I don’t want to rush. “

I do my work in the spring.

I think we need a summer, and I don’t want to rush.

It’s going to take a while.”

The Jets will have to spend a lot of time designing their new stadium.

But there are several other interior designers working in the field right now who can help them out.

We’ve reached out to several of them to ask them what they think they can do to help the Jets and their new home stadium.

The list of interior designers we’re looking at includes: • Paul Pardo, president and CEO of Pinnacle.

• Daniel Stroud, founder of DesignWorks, which specializes in designing office spaces.

• Matt Hickey, who works with many interior designers on stadium projects.

The Jets declined to comment on the matter.

The New York Times also reached out for comment, but did not immediately receive a response.