Haute Design: Upcoming Art & Design Events
Heritage Ball – New York, NY 10/24
“Every October, architects and industry professionals come together for this annual black tie event to support the AIA New York Chapter and the Center for Architecture Foundation. Today, the Heritage Ball serves as the single largest funding source for the AIA New York Chapter, Center for Architecture, and Center for Architecture Foundation and allows them to carry out their many initiatives. Heritage Ball began in the 1980s and has grown from a meager hundred or so guests to over 1,100 attendees today. The Heritage Ball is an exciting event held to honor the rich architectural heritage of New York City and to celebrate the architects, officials, organizations, and professionals from related industries that continue the tradition of design excellence in New York City today.
The evening will be honoring: Tod Williams, FAIA and Billie Tsien, AIA Co-Founders, Tod Williams Billie Tsien Architects, Stephen M. Ross, Founder and Chairman, The Related Companies and Richard Kahan, Founder and CEO,The Urban Assembly.”
For additional information or to register, please visit online.
25th Annual Preview Party for International Art and Antique Dealers Show - New York, NY 10/24
“This show, hosted by The Society of Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center (MSKCC), and sponsored by Max Mara,Leviev, and Traditional Home, features many of the world's most prominent art and antique dealers from the US and Europe. This preview party has become one of the most iconic fall events, attracting over 1,000 high profile guests on opening night from the fashion, art, philanthropic, and design worlds.
Established by Anna and Brian Haughton in 1989, this year's party will be co-chaired by Catherine Carey, Nancy Coffey Nagler, and Shafi Roepers. Guests will have an opportunity to have a first-look at the Show, enjoy cocktails and know that 100% of proceeds from the event will be benefitting The Society's patient care, research and education programs at MSKCC.”
Inside to Outside: Privacy and Public Space in the Sustainable City - New York, NY 11/6
“Leading architects Hugh Hardy and Calvin Tsao discuss the links between public and private, interior and exterior, and how creative planning in today’s cities can enhance human interaction and sustainable design. Moderated byJohn Czarnecki, editor in chief, Contract Magazine. Tickets are $12 for general public, $10 for seniors and non-NYSID students, NYSID students are free. Register for this event.”
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