Join HDC for a studio tour and presentation by this year’s
While building exteriors are often the most lauded architectural features and contribute to the sense of urbanism that defines New York City, the interior of these historic buildings-the murals, decorative paint, ornamental plaster, gilding and other unique specialty finishes- make them even more spectacular and distinctive. These decorative arts, often the most significant and character-defining part of a historic building, grace the interiors of worship spaces, schools, museums, theaters, commercial, residential and government buildings, many dating from the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
The program will visit the working studio of one of the most well-regarded architectural arts firms in North America. Attendees will be able to view the hands-on work being undertaken by EverGreene artisans to restore and, at times, remake crucial interior features. The program will also include a presentation by EverGreene staff to discuss the process of architectural arts projects, including working with architects and clients, developing historic color palettes, combining historic and modern materials, and options regarding replacement materials. After the presentation attendees will be lead around Industry City for a short tour of the historic buildings.
253 36th Street, Suite 5-C
Brooklyn, New York 11232
Fee: Public-$60 Friends of HDC / Seniors -$50 AIA Credit $100
2 AIA Approved LU/HSW Credits/2 NY State Licensing Credits
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