Collecting Design: The Legends (Part II)

Since initiating the flagship program ‘Collecting Design,’ 10 years ago, it has always been an exciting moment when introducing the guests of the season. This moment has just come today and I am thrilled to announce the content of the Spring 2021 season of ‘Collecting Design: The Legends (Part II)’ with the Center for Architecture/AIA. It will be the second and last edition that will be offered virtually, where I will be hosting some of the world’s leading pioneers and proponents of the design world: curators, collectors, tastemakers, dealers. 
 
With Simon de-Pury, I will speak on taste, collecting, and influence; with Mathias Bengtssonm, on designing objects of desire with the most advanced software ; with Didier Krzentowski, on pioneering contemporary design in the collectible world; with Jacques Barsac, on Charlotte Perriand; with Loïc Le Gaillard on power and contemporary design to transform perception and spaces; with Yves Macaux, on Wiener Werkstätte; with Didier Haspeslagh, on art jewelry by architects; with Tony Ingrao on the curated interior; with Simon Andrews, on the market of 20th-century design today; with Dennis Freedman, on Italian Radical Design and Connoisseurship.

In celebrating of the best design ever created, join me to explore modern, mid-century, and contemporary design; to discover the world of collectible design and its sustainable impact; to enter into the cultural conversation of design; and learn how to ‘read’ objects; develop a critical eye; build an educated and confident taste, and take it into new horizons.
Registration is open NOW.

10.5LU / 1.5 HSW for members of the AIA.

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Dennis Freedman: Italian Radica Design

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Yves Macaux: Wiener Werkstätte

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Jacques Barsac: Charlotte Perriand

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Didier Haspeslagh: Art Jewelry by Architects

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Simon de-Pury: On Taste and Influence

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Mathias Bengtsson: Design in the Digital Age

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Loïc Le Gaillard: Contemporary Design

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Didier Krzentowski: Contemporary Design

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Simon Andrews: The Market of 20th-Century Design Today

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Tony Ingrao: The Curated Interior

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