PALLADIO RISOTTO

Thursday, November 15, 2018 - 5:30pm
LOCATION: Cambria Gallery, 1045 Bryant St, San Francisco

Please join the ICAA Artisan Committee for a Special Event

PALLADIO RISOTTO

With Gary Paul
Architect and Palladio Expert

Thursday, November 15th, 2018
Cambria Gallery
1045 Bryant Street, San Francisco

5:30pm Wine reception with Charles Krug Winery
6:30pm Illustrated Presentation

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$45 Members and Employees of Professional Member Firms
$55 Non-Members
$25 Emerging Professionals and Student Members
$25 Students (with valid I.D.)

What could be better than Palladio and risotto all in one evening?

Andrea Palladio’s work has been valued as the quintessence of High Renaissance calm and harmony.  His reputation is based on his skill as a designer of villas, located in what was the Venetian Republic in northeastern Italy.  Palladio’s teachings, summarized in the architectural treatise, The Four Books of Architecture, gained him recognition around the world.

Please join the ICAA and architect Gary Paul as he discusses Palladio’s work and his 480 years of influence on architecture in Europe and the US. An expert on Palladio, he has led many tours to study Palladio’s villas and public buildings, traversing the backroads of the Veneto from Mantua to Treviso, including Museum Palladio and the Canova Museum, to the walled towns Marostica, Sabbioneta and Asolo.

Sharing personal photos and stories of his travels, Gary Paul illustrates his exploration of Palladio’s legacy over the years, all while making a risotto to share with his audience! A deliciously fun evening of classical discovery – fantastico!

Gary Paul is a graduate of the Boston Architectural Center and holds a Master’s degree in Architecture from the Harvard Graduate School of Design. He has maintained a design practice in New York City for 30 years, and has taught Architecture and Interior Design courses at NYU, Harvard, Yale, University of Illinois in Chicago, Parsons School of Design, NY Institute of Technology and The Boston Architectural Center. His work has been featured in House Beautiful, House & Garden, Veranda, Country Living, The Chicago Tribune/Homes, NY Women, The NY Observer, and The NY Times.

Generously Sponsored by

   EXTRAVEGA      CAMBRIA GALLERY    
CHARLES KRUG WINERY

 

 


 

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