The Greenwich Village Society for Historic Preservation's second annual series of evenings sharing period perspectives and successful strategies on renovation, restoration, and gardening in New York’s historic neighborhoods.

October 15, 2008 The Design and Renovation of Apartment Building Interiors

Keynote: From Closed to Open Concept: Changing Ideas About Apartment Layouts

Dr. Elizabeth Cromley, Dept. of Architecture, Northeastern University, Boston;
author, Alone Together: A History of New York’s Early Apartment Buildings

 



Panel Discussion: Renovating Apartment Interiors: From Period Aesthetics to Contemporary Design

Moderator: Monty Mitchell, Principal, Monty Mitchell Architect

Dr. Elizabeth Cromley, Dept. of Architecture, Northeastern University, Boston

Oliver Freundlich, Partner, MADE LLC

Kaitsen Woo, RA, Principal, Kaitsen Woo Architect, PC

 


 

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These events were also made possible by the continuing work of the Greenwich Village Society for Historic Preservation's Broker Partnership.

Sponsored By:
Wells Fargo Home Mortgage
Janet Younkman and 
Jason Auerbach,
Private Mortgage Bankers


 

All Series Events
6:00 to 8:00 P.M.
Sign-In at 5:30
First Presbyterian Church
12 West 12th Street, Parlor
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