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NYSID Commencement 2019 Student Speaker Paula Victoria Edralin Davidsohn '19 (MFA-1) Paula Victoria Edralin Davidsohn '19 (MFA-1) and Rachel Edelstein '19 (BFA) were nominated by their peers, as well as NYSID faculty and staff, to speak at Commencement. In addition to excelling academically, the 2019 Commencement student speakers have dedicated their ...
NYSID Commencement Student Speaker Rachel Edelstein '19 BFA Rachel Edelstein '19 (BFA) and Paula Victoria Edralin Davidsohn '19 (MFA-1) were nominated by their peers, as well as NYSID faculty and staff, to speak at Commencement. In addition to excelling academically, the 2019 Commencement student speakers have dedicated their ...
NYSID Commencement 2019 New York School Of Interior Design celebrated its 2019 Commencement Ceremony on Thursday, May 23 at the 92 Street Y in New York City.
Rachel Edelstein at NYSID 2019 Gala Make a gift today: https://www.nysid.edu/spring-appeal-2019
At the New York School of Interior Design, we promise to provide our students with an exceptional education comprised of foundational skills, critical thinking and creative inspiration. For over 100 years, our students and alumni ...
Michael I. and Patricia M. Sovern Lecture on Design: Mitchell Owens Mitchell Owens explores the age-old human hunger for ornamentation and the resurgence of extravagance, pattern, and color in design and decoration. Hear how, after years of penitential modernity, of rationalism, of safety, of following formulas, designers are now gobbling up ...
The Rockefeller Family Gardens: An American Legacy The Rockefeller family, a multi-generational American dynasty renowned for its extraordinary philanthropy and land preservation stewardship, created magnificent gardens now open to the public: Kykuit, a former Rockefeller country retreat and gardens, in the Hudson Valley and the Abby Aldrich ...
The Well-Dressed Window: Curtains at Winterthur Henry Francis du Pont, the force behind the spectacular collection of American decorative arts at Winterthur, paid particular attention to the curtains in the period rooms—the selection of fabrics, the relationship to the architecture, and the seasonal hanging of curtains ...
Making America Modern: Interior Design in the 1930s In this talk, design historian Marilyn F. Friedman introduces her new book, Making America Modern: Interior Design in the 1930s, which chronicles the evolution of modern interior design in the U.S. during the 1930s. Ms. Friedman discusses interiors by such ...
Rethinking Luxury at One Hudson Yards The designers at One Hudson Yards imagined an engaging and extraordinary spatial sequence where every detail is considered in the interiors of this 375,000 square foot building, which anchors New York’s Hudson Yards development. Working with craftsmen and artisans from ...
Dialogues on Design with M(Group) Dialogues on Design is a series of six conversations.
Curated by the editorial staff of Hearst Design Group and Newell Turner, editorial director of Hearst Design Group, each session features leading designers and creative thinkers. Designers discuss their approach to ...
NYSID Commencement 2018 Juan Montoya, interior designer, was the keynote speaker at the College’s 2018 commencement ceremony, which took place on Thursday, May 24, 11am at the NYU Skirball Center for the Performing Arts, in New York City.
Michael Graves Architecture & Design: The Art of Integrated Design Michael Graves Architecture & Design (MGA&D) has a robust practice that encompasses planning, architecture, interior design, product design and graphics. Michael Graves, the firm's Founding Principal, was credited with broadening the role of the architect and once commented that he ...
Sally Henderson Lecture on Green Design: We Are What We Build The built environment impacts health at every scale that we design and build in. This understanding has magnified in recent years with a particular focus on interior design, material health and the transparency of products we specify. This lecture and ...
Wharton Esherick: Synthesizing Art, Design, Crafts, Architecture Wharton Esherick is considered the godfather of the Studio Furniture Movement and inventor of Art Furniture. Esherick (1887-1970) was a visionary who synthesized art, design, craft, and architecture. He focused on merging life and craftsmanship in rural Paoli, Pennsylvania, while ...
Evolution of the Firm: Three Decades of Design with Cullman & Kravis Associates Ellie Cullman and the partners of the distinguished "Architectural Digest" AD100 design firm Cullman & Kravis share how the firm has evolved in the ever-changing landscape of interior design. A historically traditional firm, Cullman & Kravis has embraced modernism to ...
New York Living: Re-Inventing Home Paul Gunther, co-author of *New York Living: Re-Inventing Home*, is joined by Tamara Eaton and David Mann, two of the design professionals featured in this new book, to explore outstanding contemporary examples of residential design across New York City’s five ...
Making Places: Designing for the Non-Traditional Media Canvas When you walk into a building’s lobby, an office, or a store that’s filled with static imagery, it often feels passive and indifferent to you, and its environment. We live in a world where we expect well-designed spaces to offer ...
Charles Le Brun and the Image of Louis XIV The Institute of Classical Architecture and Art, the Royal Oak Foundation, and NYSID welcome Dr. Wolf Burchard on the topics addressed in his new book, The Sovereign Artist: Charles Le Brun and the Image of Louis XIV.
King Louis XIV’s ...
Navigating the New World of Design Media We may be addicted to electronic devices, but if you walk into an interior design office today, you might just discover bookshelves lined with hundreds of shelter publications. Inspiration will always thrive in their pages—from the latest glossy issue to ...
A Conversation with Rick Fedrizzi and Randy Fiser Sally Henderson Lecture on Green Design
This annual lecture was established to honor the memory of the NYSID faculty member Sally Henderson who developed the College’s first course in green design.
For this conversation Rick Fedrizzi, CEO and chairman, International ...
Joseph Walsh: Crafting the Contemporary Joseph Walsh is an Irish master maker and furniture designer of international acclaim, who has formulated a unique and personal language based on the art of bending and laminating ash and other indigenous timber, reflecting his heritage. This panel positioned ...
Re-imagining the Havana Home: Authentic Cuban Style Past, Present, and Future Since 2010, Cuban-American Hermes Mallea, co-founder of M(Group), has been working with a handful of Cuban photographers to document the city’s rich architectural patrimony that was interrupted by the Cuban Revolution of 1959. In this lecture, Mallea takes us behind ...
Alumni Panel Discussion (We apologize for the poor audio quality of the video's first 6 minutes.) As NYSID's centennial year came to an end, we took time to look at the past, present, and future of the interior design industry through the eyes ...
Nest–A Wild Adventure Nest Magazine was a publishing outlier with a brief but impactful life from 1997–2003. Joseph Holtzman, publisher and editor-in-chief, created an outrageously unique and provocative experience for readers, exploring and revealing every kind of dwelling, from the professionally designed and ...
NYSID Commencement 2017 Mitchell Owens, reporter, curator, and decorative arts editor at Architectural Digest, was the keynote speaker at the College’s 2017 commencement ceremony, which took place on Thursday, May 25, 11am at the NYU Skirball Center for the Performing Arts, in New ...
Michael I. and Patricia M. Sovern Lecture on Design Deborah Berke: Architecture Inside Out Deborah Berke, FAIA, LEED AP, is an architect, educator, founder of Deborah Berke Partners and 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 ...
Witold Rybczynski: A Tool for Sitting The distinguished architect and writer Witold Rybczynski discussed 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 ...

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