New York, N.Y. – June 11, 2013 – (RealEstateRama) — Join acclaimed architect and interior designer William T. Georgis and several artisans with whom he collaborates—Michele Oka Doner, Nancy Lorenz, and Mike Gracie—for a lively discussion of his work and new book, Make It Fabulous: The Architecture & Designs of William T. Georgis on Thursday, June 13.
William T. Georgis, whose work Architectural Digest describes as “dazzling and well-integrated,” will discuss his stunning portfolio of houses, apartments, restaurants, commercial interiors, and galleries, including the Museum’s soon-to-open Tiffany & Co. Foundation Gallery. The conversation will include commentary on the architecture and decoration of these works, as well as insight into a career that earned Georgis a spot in the AD 100, Architectural Digest’s international guide identifying the top 100 architects and interior designers in 1999, 2007, 2009, and 2012 (for a full- length bio: http://www.williamtgeorgis.com/#/bio/).
Donald Albrecht, the Museum’s curator of architecture and design and the book’s co-author, will moderate the discussion, along with design historian and co-author Natalie Shivers. The Monacelli Press will publish the book in June.
The event is co-sponsored by The Monacelli Press and the New York School of Interior Design. A book signing and reception will follow the event.
What: Discussion with architect/interior designer William T. Georgis about his work and new book, Make It Fabulous: The Architecture & Designs of William T. Georgis
When: Thursday, June 13, 2013 at 6:30 PM
Where: Museum of the City of New York at 1220 Fifth Avenue (btw. 103/104 Sts.)
Reservations are required. Tickets: $6 Museum members; $8 seniors and students; $12 general public. For more information, or to register by phone, call (917) 492-3395 or visit https://boxoffice.mcny.org/public/
About the Museum of the City of New York
Founded in 1923 as a private, nonprofit corporation, the Museum of the City of New York celebrates and interprets the city, educating the public about its distinctive character, especially its heritage of diversity, opportunity, and perpetual transformation. The Museum connects the past, present, and future of New York City, and serves the people of the city as well as visitors from around the world through exhibitions, school and public programs, publications, and collections. For more information, call (212) 534-1672 or visit www.mcny.org.
Directions: By bus: M1, M3, M4, or M106 to 104th Street, M2 to 101st Street.
By subway: Lexington Avenue #6 train to 103rd Street, walk three blocks west, or #2 or #3 train to 110th Street, walk one block east to Fifth Avenue, then south to 104th Street.
Contact: Justyna Zajac, jzajac (at) mcny (dot) org, 212-534-1672, ext. 3480
Katrin Maier, katrin (at) anatgerstein (dot) com, 718-793-2211, ext. 101