Interior design icon Vicente Wolf’s latest book is an inspirational guide for home decorators to designing unforgettable spaces based on the four natural elements. The Four Elements of Design: Interiors Inspired By Earth, Water, Air and Fire, published by Rizzoli, explores Vicente Wolf’s belief that the classical elements form the basic building blocks of great interior design. Air showcases projects that contain a lightness of spirit; Earth features grounded interiors; Water shows fluidity and environments with reflective shades; while deep colors and dramatic qualities are showcased in Fire. The dwellings presented include Long Island beach houses, Manhattan apartments and sumptuous homes in New York, Connecticut and California.
Vicente Wolf has been at the top of the Manhattan design industry for over 35 years. He has been inducted into the Designer Hall of Fame by Interior Design magazine and is consistently named to the AD100 and chosen by House Beautiful as one of the ten most influential designers in the United States. Among his projects is 12 East 88th Street, an historic pre-War building with residences designed by Vicente Wolf.
The evening will feature a slide presentation and book signing reception. Doors open at 6pm; presentation at 6:30pm; book signing reception immediately follows. Copies of the books will be available for purchase. The event will take place at Doyle, 175 East 87th Street. It is free and open to the public. Space is limited, and reservations are required. The event is part of the Focus on Style 2016 series of presentations and book signings. Other evenings include journalist Julia Reed on May 10 and designer Martyn Bullard on May 18.
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