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View the dinner program here. - New York School of Interior Design
NEW YORK SCHOOL OF INTERIOR DESIGN
Annual Dinner
Celebrating 100 Years of Interior Design
Honoring
Ellie Cullman
Albert Hadley Lifetime Achievement Award
James P. Druckman
NYSID Centennial Medal
Jamestown, LP
Michael Phillips, President
Green Design Medal
Deborah Nevins
Thomas N. Armstrong III Award in
Landscape Design
Thursday, March 10, 2016
Cipriani 25 Broadway
The Cunard Building
New York City
Board of Trustees
Patricia M. Sovern, Chairman
David Sprouls, President
Amory Armstrong
Libby Cameron
Jill H. Dienst
James P. Druckman
Elliot Greene
Alexa Hampton, Dinner Co-Chairman
Jodie W. King
Anne Korman
Ellen Kravet
Dennis Miller
Susan B. Nagle
Betsey Ruprecht
David Scott
Newell Turner, Dinner Co-Chairman
René Estacio, Faculty Trustee
Joanna L. Silver, Esq., General Counsel
Elaine Wingate Conway, Trustee Emerita
Alexander C. Cortesi, Trustee Emeritus
Inge Heckel, Trustee Emerita
Arthur King Satz, President Emeritus
NYSID Advisory Board
Stanley Abercrombie
Christian P. Árkay-Leliever
Robin Klehr Avia
Geoffrey N. Bradfield
Michael Bruno
Mario Buatta
Clodagh
Birch Coffey
Kathleen M. Doyle
David Anthony Easton
Anne Eisenhower
Mica Ertegun
Ross J. Francis
Mariette Himes Gomez
Hugh Hardy
Gerald A. Holbrook
Douglas Tong Hsu
Thomas Jayne
Wolfram Koeppe
Jack Lenor Larsen
Michael Manes
Charlotte Moss
Michele Oka Doner
Barbara Ostrom
Sylvia Owen
Charles Pavarini, III
Robyn Pocker
James Stewart Polshek
John Saladino
Peter Sallick
Lady Henrietta Spencer-Churchill
Alexandra Stoddard
Calvin Tsao
Bunny Williams
Vicente Wolf
The Board of Trustees of the
New York School of Interior Design
Patricia M. Sovern, Chairman
David Sprouls, President
Alexa Hampton
Newell Turner
Dinner Co-Chairmen
Welcome you to a dinner to celebrate 100 Years of Interior Design,
benefit our students, the designers of the future, and to honor
Ellie Cullman
Albert Hadley Lifetime Achievement Award
James P. Druckman
NYSID Centennial Medal
Jamestown, LP
Michael Phillips, President
Green Design Medal
Deborah Nevins
Thomas N. Armstrong III Award in Landscape Design
Thursday, March 10, 2016
Cipriani 25 Broadway
The Cunard Building
New York City
Menu
First Course
Fresh Burrata with marinated Grilled Vegetables
and Sundried Tomatoes
Main Course
Individual Prime Roast Filet of Beef with Amarone Sauce
Roasted Tri-Color Baby Beets, Bundle of String Beans
Tied with Leeks, and Potato Duchess
Dessert
Vanilla, Chocolate, Coffee Homemade Ice Cream
Wine
Collabrigo Pinot Grigio
Villa Ambrosia Montepulciano d’Abruzzo
Program
Welcome
Patricia M. Sovern, Chairman
Greetings
David Sprouls, President
Presentation of Ellie Cullman
Albert Hadley Lifetime Achievement Award
Alexa Hampton, Trustee, Dinner Co-Chairman
Presentation of Deborah Nevins
Thomas N. Armstrong III Award in Landscape Design
Amory Armstrong, Trustee
Presentation of Jamestown, LP
Michael Phillips, President
Green Design Medal
Newell Turner, Trustee, Dinner Co-Chairman
Introduction of the NYSID Centennial Medal
David Scott, Trustee
Presentation of James P. Druckman
NYSID Centennial Medal
Patricia M. Sovern
Concluding Remarks
David Sprouls
Ellie Cullman
Albert Hadley Lifetime Achievement Award
Ellie Cullman founded Cullman & Kravis over
30 years ago. Known for layered, dynamic
interiors, luxurious finishes, and exquisite
details, the firm’s work embraces a “modern
traditional” aesthetic. This fresh approach is
contemporary, yet respects the 30-year track
record of the company’s passion for fine art
and antiques. In addition to its interior design
practice, Cullman & Kravis recently launched
its Elliehome Furniture Collection through The
New Traditionalist, and a fabric collection with
Holland & Sherry. Ellie has consistently been included on the coveted AD 100 list
of the world’s best interior designers and architects since 2000. She was named
one of Architectural Digest’s Deans of American Design in 2005, and received the
D&D’s Star of Design Award in 2009. She is the co-author with Tracey Pruzan of
Decorating Master Class: The Cullman Kravis Way (Harry Abrams, 2008), and The
Detailed Interior: Decorating Up Close with Cullman & Kravis (Monacelli, 2013).
The Albert Hadley Lifetime Achievement Award is given to individuals who have
made contributions of outstanding artistic significance to the field of design.
Ellie Cullman joins Mario Buatta (2011), Jack Lenor Larsen (2012), Geoffrey
Bradfield (2013), Mariette Himes Gomez (2014), John Rosselli (2015), and
Bunny Williams (2015) as Hadley Award laureates.
James P. Druckman
NYSID Centennial Medal
James P. Druckman is president and C.E.O. of
the New York Design Center (NYDC), the oldest
yet most progressive building in the United
States continuously devoted to furnishings
and design. Jim became President of the NYDC
in 1995 and with his guidance, the building
has become the preeminent resource for
interior design in New York. The NYDC is the
industry’s premier marketplace containing
nearly 100 showrooms representing over
300 lines of fine, traditional, contemporary,
residential, and contract furnishings. The
building also houses 60 1stdibs dealers selling antiques and vintage furniture.
The New York Design Center was built in 1926 by industry visionaries including
members of Jim’s family. Philanthropy has always been an important part of the
New York Design Center’s history. Both Jim Druckman and the New York Design
Center have long term involvements with major industry related charities. Jim
is a graduate of the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania and
Columbia Law School and practiced law in New York City. He serves as president
of the Board of the Kips Bay Boys and Girls Club and is a trustee of the Museum
of the City of New York, and the New York School of Interior Design where he is
also treasurer. In addition, Jim is a member of the Board of Directors of
The Alpha Workshops.
The NYSID Centennial Medal, celebrating achievement and commitment to the
field and profession of interior design, is conferred tonight for the first time.
Jamestown, LP
Michael Phillips, President
Green Design Medal
Jamestown, LP, founded 1983, is a national,
vertically integrated real estate investment
and management company with approximately
$8.8 billion of assets under management.
From acquisition through disposition,
Jamestown works to make sure its properties
are built and operated with sustainable
strategies. Additionally, the Jamestown
Charitable Foundation supports initiatives in
alternative transportation, parks and green
space, sustainable and local food production, and innovative design. The award
will be accepted by Jamestown LP’s president Michael Phillips, who joined the
company after spending 20 years as a successful national and international
real estate entrepreneur and developer and is recognized for his ability to
create sophisticated mixed-use districts. He is the creative leader behind the
renowned Chelsea Market in New York City and is responsible for establishing the
vision and execution strategy for Jamestown’s real estate projects. He attended
the American University in London. His board affiliations include the Board
of Governors for the Urban Land Institute, vice-chairman for the James Beard
Foundation, Friends of the High Line, and the Real Estate Board of New York.
Established in 2009, the Green Design Medal acknowledges and celebrates
individuals and businesses for their efforts to protect and support sustainability
and green design. Jamestown, LP, Michael Phillips, president, joins laureates
Cook + Fox Architects (2009), Broadway Green Alliance (2010), Terrapin Bright
Green, LLC (2011), NYC Green Codes Task Force (2012), Project H Design (2013),
and New York Restoration Project (2015).
Deborah Nevins
Thomas N. Armstrong III Award in
Landscape Design
Deborah Nevins is the president of Deborah
Nevins & Associates, the New York-based
landscape design firm she founded in 1991.
Her firm’s current work includes the 40-acre
Stavros Niarchos Cultural Center and Park
in Athens, a collaboration with the Renzo
Piano Building Workshop, and the expansion
of the campus of the Museum of Fine Arts,
Houston. The firm’s extensive residential
work includes significant gardens and estates
around the United States, the Caribbean, and Europe. Nevins’s work is noted for
exciting visual experiences, a sophisticated use of plants, and a dedication to
sustainability. A historian of landscape and architecture, Nevins lectures often
and her writing has appeared in numerous books, journals, and periodicals.
The Thomas N. Armstrong III Award in Landscape Design recognizes outstanding
achievement in the field of landscape design and celebrates the intersection of
art, design, landscape, learning, the city and life. Deborah Nevins joins Thomas
Woltz (2012), Laurie D. Olin (2013), Charles Jencks (2014) and Edmund Hollander
(2015) as Thomas N. Armstrong III Award in Landscape Design laureates.
Committee List
Underwriters
Benefactors
Alexa Hampton
Barbara & Tom Israel
Maria & Bill Spears
Bonnie & Tom Strauss
Beauvais Carpet
Geoffrey N. Bradfield
Cullman & Kravis, Inc.
Jill & Daniel Dienst
Elle Décor
Farrow & Ball
Hearst Design Group
House Beautiful
Ike Kligerman Barkley Architects &
Edmund Hollander
Landscape Architect
Silvina Leone
Deborah Nevins & Associates
New York Design Center
Profiles
Robert A.M. Stern Architects
Veranda
Sponsors
Bond, Schoeneck + King, PLLC/
Joanna L. Silver, Esq.
Louise Hirschfeld Cullman &
Lewis B. Cullman
Amy Goldman Fowler
Laurie & Peter Grauer
Susan Zises Green
Duane Hampton
Marlene Hess & James D. Ziron
Hottenroth + Joseph Architects
Ellen Kravet, Kravet Inc.
Cynthia Hazen Polsky &
Leon B. Polsky
Tracey & Robert Pruzan
Betsey Ruprecht
David Scott
Serena & Lily
Traditional Home
Debby & Peter Weinberg
John L. & Sue Ann Weinberg
Foundation
Wilkinson O’Grady & Co.
Charlotte Worthy Architects LLC
Connoisseurs
Architectural Digest
Edgar Cullman, Jr.
Janet & Elliot Greene
Jamestown, LP,
Michael Phillips, President
The Shubert Organization
Michael I. & Patricia M. Sovern
Supporters
Bunty Armstrong
John & Violaine Bernbach
Rebecca Birdwell,
Design Leadership Network
Oliver Cope
Susan Cullman & John Kirby
David & Sheena Danziger
Lucy & Mike Danzinger
Kathleen M. Doyle
Jamie Drake & Caleb Anderson
Jodie & John Eastman
Anne Eisenhower
John & Margot Ernst
Ross J. Francis
Kitty Hawks & Larry Lederman
Hess-Levy Foundation
Dalia & Larry Leeds
Montie & Terence Meehan
Charlotte Moss
Cynthia Murphy
Alex Papachristidis & Scott Nelson
Ethel Rompilla
Susan Rudin
STUDIOS Architecture
Adam D. & Marnie Tihany
Friends
Amory Armstrong & Billy Kenny
Penny & Ted Ashford
Mr. & Mrs. Frederic Barbatelli
Charlotte Barnes
Susan & Bruce Barnet
Charles S. Berlin
Melinda J. Bickers
Molly Brennan, McKinnon and Harris
Kevin Byrne
Patrizia Chen
Karen Cohen
Brockschmidt & Coleman
Judy Cormier
John Danzer/Munder-Skiles
David & Sheena Danzinger
Lucy & Mike Danzinger
Kiki Dennis,
Principal, Deborah Berke Partners
Lizzy Dexter
Sandra Effron
Nancy & Robert Englander
Sid Evans, Southern Living,
Editor-in-Chief
Ferguson & Shamamian
Architects, LLP.
Ben & Jenny Fischbach
Clair Fitzgerald
Rebecca Gamzon
Glenn Gissler
Rachel & Peter Goulding
Ashlee Harrison
Valerie & Allen Hyman
Rob & Jane Jacobs
Diana & Mark Jacoby
Steven Jonas
Christina Juarez
Jodie W. King
Susan & Robert Klein
Elizabeth Gray Kogen
Elizabeth Kohn
Anne Korman
Kimberly Kravis & Jonathan Schulhof
Dalia & Larry Leeds
Lawrence A. Levy
Susan G. Lewin
Kevin Lichten
Brooke Lichtenstein &
Yiannos Vrousgos
Ruth Lynford
Blaze Makoid & Tracy Mitchell
Michael McGraw & David Duncan
Dennis Miller
Abby and Howard Milstein Foundation
Stephanie & Stephen Miron
Susan B. Nagle & Peter Bentel
Susan Minton-Niblo, ASID
Brian Ninnis
Sandra Nunnerley
Mark Pledger
Matthew Pober, McKinnon and Harris
Elizabeth Pyne
George & Adria Roush
Amy & Howard Rubenstein
Richard Rubenstein & Lauren Wilcox
Dana Sandberg & Chip Brian
Ellen Ward Scarborough
Gil Schafer III
F. Schumacher & Co.
Alice Shure
Caroline Sicher
Dawn & Robert Spiera
David Sprouls & Kate Wood
Stark Carpet
Stefan Steil
Kathryn Steinberg
Jody Storch
Taconic Builders
Uberto
Susan Waterfall
Mr. & Mrs. Michael Zreik
Contributors
Anonymous
Marie Aiello
Theresa D. Bernbach
Jeri Block & Bobby Schottenstein
Mr. & Mrs. Richard Brodie
Adele Chatfield-Taylor & John Guare
in honor of Deborah Nevins
Ivan Chermayeff
in honor of Deborah Nevins
Birch Coffey
Robert Couturier
Georgina Cullman & Christopher Berry
Sam & Purva Cullman
Trip Cullman
Alison Russell Davis
in honor of Ellie Cullman
Anne K. Duffy and John P. Duffy
René Estacio
Mary & John Fletcher
Barbara & Peter Georgescu
Aileen & Peter Godsick
Jim Gordon, The Edgewater Funds
Mr. & Mrs. Walter Green
Agnes Gund
Michael D. Harold
Sherry Jacobson & Gene Zuniff
in honor of Ellie Cullman
Terry Kleinberg
Don Kossar
Barbara L. Kurtis
Amy Lau Design
Judith & David Lobel
Drew McGukin
Valerie Elizabeth Mead
Morse Foundation
in honor of Patricia M. Sovern
George Nakashima Woodworkers
in honor of Deborah Nevins
Pamela & Edward Pantzer
in honor of Ellie Cullman
Liz & Jeff Peek
Mary Delaney Penick
Diana Philips
in honor of Patricia M. Sovern
Cathy Prounis
Joelle & Jonathan Resnick
Roni Rubenstein
Arthur King Satz
Mr. & Mrs. Andrew Saul
in honor of Ellie Cullman
Annie & Tom Schulhof
Hazel & Marvin Shanken
Penny & Larry Turtel
David J. & Dianne B. Stern
Erin Wells
Ethel Wood
Jan & Barry Zubrow
With Gratitude
The New York School of Interior Design thanks
Lalique for the generous contribution of
Avallon Vases awarded to Ellie Cullman and
Deborah Nevins.
The Avallon Vase is an original René Lalique
design from 1927. It returned to production
in 2010, celebrating the 150th anniversary of
Lalique’s birth in 1860. The design’s vine creates
a rhythm throughout the composition where
birds indulge in an abundance of sweet grapes.
From the original work of founder René
Lalique to the iconic brand of today, Lalique has endured
for over a century as the ultimate symbol of French luxury.
Today, Lalique has transformed into a full lifestyle brand,
offering collections across five categories: interior design,
decorative objects, jewelry, art, and fragrance.
NYSID Centennial Medal
The New York School of Interior Design is
grateful to Michele Oka Doner who designed
this new medal in recognition of the College’s
Centennial. Celebrating the College’s first 100
years and its vitality today while looking
forward to a brilliant future, this medallion in
sterling silver presents an emerging growth
form, a kind of tree of life, simultaneously
representing the growth of knowledge and
the organic nature of design.
Michele Oka Doner is an internationally renowned artist whose
work encompasses sculpture, furniture, jewelry, public art,
functional objects, video as well as costume and set design.
Her work is fueled by lifelong study and appreciation of the natural
world from which she derives her formal vocabulary. Michele Oka
Doner is a member of the NYSID Advisory Board.
Green Design Medal
The New York School of Interior Design is grateful
to Michael Graves for designing the Green Design
Medal. Michael was a member of the NYSID Advisory
Board and its Master of Professional Studies in
Healthcare Interior Design Program Advisory Board.
With Appreciation
Ariston Flowers
Bunny Williams Home
Farrow & Ball
Hearst Design Group
Matouk
Serena & Lily
New York School of Interior Design is a private, nonprofit college focused
exclusively on interior design. The college offers certificate, undergraduate,
and graduate programs for students at all stages of their careers—whether
they’re just becoming familiar with the discipline, considering a career
change, or looking to deepen knowledge in a particular area. We have
more than 600 students studying residential and commercial interior
design, with specialties in sustainable design, lighting, and healthcare
interiors. Because of our small class size and sharp focus, our students
receive a great deal of personal attention from our dedicated faculty,
and they go on to practice at the highest levels of the profession.
Founded in 1916, New York School of Interior Design has been leading the
study of interior design for a century. We’ve trained the designers whose
work defines interior design today, and, by rigorously preparing students for
professional success, we’re shaping the future of the entire field. We are ranked
one of the top five interior design schools in the U.S. by Design Intelligence.
To learn more, visit our website at nysid.edu.
170 East 70 Street
New York, NY 10021
www.nysid.edu

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