Special thanks to Larry Lederman, whose photographs, taken especially for this project, show these interiors in the best possible light. And we are grateful to Barbaralee Diamonstein-Spielvogel, whose establishment of the Landmarks50 Alliance inspired this exhibition.

This exhibition is made possible by gifts and grants from:

 

The Achelis Foundation

The Felicia Fund

Alexa Hampton

Hottenroth + Joseph Architects

Ina Mae Kaplan Historic Preservation Grant from the IFDA Educational Foundation

Calvin Tsao

Paint for this exhibition is provided by Benjamin Moore.

Sponsors of our celebration of landmarks interiors:

 

Michelle Bergeron

Blaze Makoid Architecture

Jonathan Gargiulo & Stiles T. Colwill

HOUSE Antiques

House Pad App by Michael Bruno

John Tortorella of J. Tortorella Swimming Pools

Ellen Ward Scarborough Antiques

David Scott

S. Donadic, Inc.

New York School of Interior Design wishes to thank the following people for their contributions to the exhibition.

 

Anthony Bellov

R. Michael Brown, FASID

Kenneth Cobb, Municipal Archives

Matthew Coody, New York Preservation Archive Project

Alex Corey

Andrew S. Dolkart, Columbia University

Andrea Goldwyn, New York Landmarks Conservancy

Michael Hall

Margaret Halsey Gardiner

Wes Horne

Susan Kreite, New-York Historical Society

John Maggiotto

Jennifer Most

Michael Munroe

New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission

Matt Postal

Francesca Russo

Michelle Scarola

Alexander Severin/RAZUMMEDIA

Jay Shockley

The Shubert Archive

Erica Stoller, ESTO

Theatre Historical Society of America

Susan Tunick, Friends of Terra Cotta

Anthony C. Wood, New York Preservation Archive Project

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CHANGING USE: THE DILEMMA OF LANDMARK INTERIORS

Wednesday, March 25, 6pm

Hugh Hardy, H3 Hardy Collaboration Architecture; Kitty Hawks, interior designer; and Justin Davidson, architectural critic, will join New York magazine design editor Wendy Goodman in a provocative discussion about the problems faced in preserving landmark interiors in an era of changing needs and a city committed to the pursuit of the new. Register here.

RESCUED, RESTORED, REIMAGINED: NEW YORK’S LANDMARK INTERIORS

Exhibition on view at the New York School of Interior Design Gallery through April 24th. 161 East 69th Street; Tuesday - Saturday, 11am - 6pm. Admission is free. Learn more.

FIND MORE LANDMARK RELATED EVENTS @ NYC LANDMARKS50

A city-wide celebration of the the 50th anniversary of New York City’s Landmarks Preservation Commission, with many events, exhibitions, and programs staged by public and private organizations around the city. Visit nyclandmarks50.org.