Monday, April 5, 2010


Used with permission, G. P. Schafer Architects

Adventures in Restoration: The Rebirth of A Classic Charleston House
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 7; Reception at 6:30 pm; Discussion at 7:00 pm

Institute of Classical Architecture & Classical America presents Adventures in Restoration: The Rebirth of A Classic Charleston House on Wednesday, April 7th at 6:30 pm. Join architect and ICA&CA member Gil Schafer, client Sarah Horton, builder/restoration expert Richard Marks, and journalist Eve M. Kahn as they discuss the challenges and ultimate success experienced in the restoration of the 1843 William C. Gatewood House in Charleston, South Carolina.
The discussion will take place at New York School of Interior Design, 170 East 70th Street (between Lexington and 3rd Avenues)
6:30 pm reception and; panel discussion to follow at 7:00 pm.
Paid reservations required (212) 730-9646, ext. 109. Cost/Learning Unit
$40 for ICA&CA members and employees of professional member firms, $55 for the general public
1.5 HSW AIA/CES LUs (Practice and Theory)
Call (212) 730-9646 for reservations or register online at
the Classicist website

Join now, you will be glad you did. Their lectures, trips and historical topics are always au courant and done with the best designers,architects, and historians today.
The Institute of Classical Architecture & Classical America (ICA&CA) is the leading national nonprofit organization dedicated to advancing the practice and appreciation of the classical tradition in architecture and the allied arts. ICA&CA fulfills its mission through four program areas: education, publications, awards, and advocacy. You’ll find a community of design, architect, and fine art enthusiasts and professionals who appreciate the classical tradition. A variety of categories with correlated benefits are available from $60 to enjoy complimentary or discounted admission to chapter or national programs; reduced subscription rates to select art, architecture, and design magazines; and more.

1 comment:

Sanity Fair said...

Wish I were going to be in town for this - that shot is stunning. The crown molding! They just don't make 'em like they used to.