The historical (and sad) moment for all New Yorkers lovers of design will be coming in July. when the Four Seasons, the world's most beautiful and glamorous restaurant will be moving from its iconic setting, designed by Philip Johnson at the Seagram Building, and first opened in 1958. Located on Park Avenue, the building and the restaurant within have both come to symbolize the International Style in its most luxurious state, for the perfection of proportions. All details, curtains, tableware, crystal, and flatware, designed specifically for the restaurant, and it has remained almost unchanged since construction (it was designated by the New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission as an interior landmark in 1989). I read that the famed restaurant may move to the top of 28 Liberty, the former One Chase Manhattan Building in the heart of downtown, which was developed for David Rockefeller’s bank in 1961. The restaurant at the Seagram, under a different name will be be run by the Major Food Group team of Mario Carbone, Rich Torrisi and business partner Jeff Zalanick.