Join DLFNY, Aurora Lampworks, EverGreene Architectural Arts and the New York Public Library for a fascinating behind closed doors exploration of the renovated Rose Reading Room at the library’s landmark 5th Avenue location. We will learn about the skill and craftsmanship used to restore this majestic space, the challenges faced by the design team, and how the twenty-two magnificent 1500 pound chandeliers were reinvigorated and given a new lease on life for the 21st Century.
The evening will conclude with a reception of drinks and light refreshments at the magical Bryant Park Grill, where our speakers will be able to answer further questions.
Date April 26, 2018
Regina Rivera-Gonzalez, COO, Lead Project Manager, Aurora Lampworks
Kim Lovejoy, Senior Business Developer, EverGreene Architectural Arts
Rebecca Federman, Research Coordinator, NYPL
Meet – 5:45 pm
Tour and Talk – 6:00 pm
Drinks and light hors d’oeuvres – 7:00 pm
New York Public Library
476 5th Ave, New York, NY 10018
Specific meeting location will be announced to registered attendees prior to the event.
Note: A security check will be carried out on all attendees. Attendees must bring photo ID, and there will be no late admissions due to security and access restrictions.
DLFNY members – $20
Non-members – $30, or $20 with new $50 membership good through June 2019
Space is limited. Priority will be given to DLFNY members.
Registration closes Thursday, April 19.