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Wednesday September 21
6:00 PM
What we think of as traditional is often rooted in a distinct English country style, with its matching furniture, distinct patterns, and saturated colors. But contemporary life has changed how we use our spaces and what we expect from them. A preview of NYSID’s 2017 spring exhibition, this panel discussion will explore how the next generation of designers may adapt traditional styles to fit with a modern sensibility.
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Wednesday October 05
6:00 PM
The distinguished architect and writer Witold Rybczynski talks about the history of the chair from the folding stools of pharaonic Egypt to the ubiquitous stackable monobloc chairs of today. The history of the chair is a social as well as a technological history—of different ways of sitting, of changing manners and attitudes, and of varying tastes.
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Wednesday October 19
6:00 PM
Michael I. and Patricia M. Sovern Lecture on Design Deborah Berke, FAIA, LEED AP, is an architect, educator, founder of Deborah Berke Partnersand dean of the Yale School of Architecture, the first woman to hold the position. She has been a professor (adjunct) at Yale since 1987. In 2012 she was the inaugural recipient of the Berkeley-Rupp Prize at the University of California at Berkeley, which is given to an architect who has advanced the position of women in the profession and whose work emphasizes a commitment to sustainability and the community.
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Thursday October 27
6:00 PM
Poised to become the essential book on design, Interior Design Master Class (Rizzoli, October 2016) collects the expertise and knowledge of the best interior designers working today. The book features 100 essays by America’s top designers from established design legends to members of the new guard—each of whom have chosen a single subject to explore.
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Wednesday November 02
6:00 PM
What used to be seen as the antithesis to the classic American dream, moving to the city instead of buying a home and settling down in the suburbs, has become the new norm. Jeff Wilson, CEO, KASITA; Darrick Borowski, principal, ARExA; and Brad Hargreaves, founder & CEO, Common and co-founder, General Assembly, will discuss trends driving innovation in the housing industry and the response to the issues that arise from the desire to live in tight-knit urban neighborhoods that are close to work and filled with amenities.
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Wednesday November 30
6:00 PM
Every modern office is an ecosystem of interconnected activities—some in harmony, others in conflict—all requiring designated spaces for those functions. For 25 years Primo Orpilla and Studio O+A have designed work environments that promote the health and vigor of that ecosystem.
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Event registration summary
Redefining Traditional Style for Today's Modern World:
General Public
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$12.00
Seniors and non-NYSID Students
0
$10.00
NYSID Student
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Free
Witold Rybczynski: A Tool for Sitting:
General Public
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$12.00
Seniors and non-NYSID Students
0
$10.00
NYSID Student
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Free
Michael I. and Patricia M. Sovern Lecture on Design: Deborah Berke:
General Public
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Free
Interior Design Master Class:
General Public
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$12.00
Seniors and non-NYSID Students
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$10.00
NYSID Student
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Free
[Re] Designing & [Co] Living the [New] American Dream:
General Public
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$12.00
Seniors and non-NYSID Students
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$10.00
NYSID Student
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Free
Primo Orpilla: Working Beautifully, Making Space for New Business Environments:
General Public
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$12.00
Seniors and non-NYSID Students
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$10.00
NYSID Student
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Free
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