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New York School of Interior Design spring exhibition, Rescued, Restored, Reimagined: New York's Landmark Interiors
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Changing Use: The Dilemma of Landmark Interiors

On Wednesday, March 35, 6pm, Hugh Hardy, H3 Hardy Collaboration Architecture; Kitty Hawks, interior designer; and Justin Davidson, architectural critic, will join New York magazine design editor Wendy Goodman in a provocative discussion about the problems faced in preserving landmark interiors in an era of changing needs and a city committed to the pursuit of the new.

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Carolyn Englefield: A Passion for Living

On Thursday, March 26, 6pm, Carolyn Englefield, interiors editor at Veranda, will present a lecture on her latest book, Veranda: A Passion for Living (Sterling, 2014), which embraces the idea of what makes a home exceptional — one with an unforgettable sense of personality and ardor.

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Rescued, Restored, Reimagined: New York's Landmark Interiors

On View: March 6 - April 24

Celebrating the 50th anniversary of New York’s landmark legislation, this exhibition will feature more than a dozen public spaces, known and little-known, that have been designated as interior landmarks. In archival and new photography, it will highlight the importance of public interiors as the spaces in which we conduct our daily lives.

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