The New York School of Interior Design (NYSID) has announced its fall 2013 lineup of exhibitions, lectures, and book signings with some of the most respected leaders in architecture and design.
The highlight of the calendar this season is “Mid-Century Maestro: The Textiles of Boris Kroll” an exhibition which will showcase the historic textiles of Kroll, who was best known for combining advanced weaving technology with a bold color sensibility to create his trademark jacquard-woven geometric patterns, in intense hues ranging from brilliant crimsons to deep blues and greens.
Notable speakers and presenters include design entrepreneur Murray Moss; leading architects Hugh Hardy and Calvin Tsao; famed interior designer Mario Buatta, and even restaurateur Tony May, who will be joined by chefs and designers to discuss restaurant interiors. Topics range from the adaptive reuse and renovation of Brooklyn Navy Yard’s BLDG 92 to Designing for the 21st Century Family, exploring the ways residential design is adapting to the needs of a changing population.
To see a full listing of events now through December 2013, visit http://www.nysid.edu/news-events/public-programs.