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Thursday, October 23 • 11:45am - 12:10pm
New Ideas Need Old Buildings: Next Generation Preservation

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Next year the NYC Landmarks Law turns 50. With this milestone in mind panelists will discuss the continued significance of our historic assets, and how new innovative and holistic approaches might propel the preservation agenda into the future.

Introduction
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Richard A. Brown

Vice President of Philanthropy, American Express
Richard Brown is the Vice President of Philanthropy at American Express where he oversees the company’s global giving programs under the Historic Preservation and Leadership giving themes, which includes the National Treasurers program with the National Trust for Historic Preservation and the World Monument Fund’s Watch List, as well as the American Express Leadership Academy.  Additionally, Mr. Brown was a key presenter of the... Read More →

Speakers
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Bryan Boyer

Partner, Dash Marshall
Bryan Boyer is co-founder of Makeshift Society, a shared workspace and community center for creatives in San Francisco and Brooklyn. He's also partner at Dash Marshall, a small studio designing buildings and the speaces between them, and serves on the Board of Directors at Public Policy Lab in NYC. While at the Finnish Innovation Fund Mr.Boyer was a founding member of Helsinki Design Lab, and internationally- recognized platform for strategic... Read More →
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David Fixler, FAIA

Principal, EYP/Architecture and Engineering
David Fixler is a Principal and Director of Preservation at EYP specializing in the rehabilitation of works of the modern movement, including buildings such as Alvar Aalto’s Baker House at MIT, and Louis Kahn’s Richards Labs at the University of Pennsylvania.  A frequent teacher, writer and lecturer, David’s work has been published internationally and he has helped organize numerous conferences on a wide-range of... Read More →
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Manuela Holterhoff

(Moderator) Chief Culture Critic, Bloomberg
Manuela V. Hoelterhoff is a writer and editor whose wide range of topics includes art, architecture, music, animals, travel and books. Ms. Hoelterhoff received the Pulitzer Prize for Criticism in 1983 and is currently a culture columnist for Bloomberg News. Ms. Hoelterhoff, who was born Hamburg, Germany, started her career at William F. Buckley's National Review before joining The Wall Street Journal as critic, arts editor and member of the... Read More →
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Richard Olcott, FAIA, FAAR

Partner, Ennead Architects
Richard Olcott, a Partner in Ennead Architects, creates award-winning buildings that are at once expressive of their missions and integral to their specific contexts. Focused principally on buildings for cultural, academic and governmental institutions, notable projects include the Yale University Art Gallery, Newtown Creek Wastewater Treatment Plant, William J. Clinton Presidential Center, WGBH Headquarters and Zankel Hall at Carnegie Hall and... Read More →
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Jorge Otero-Pailos

Associate Professor of Historic Preservation, Columbia University
Jorge Otero-Pailos is an architect, artist and theorist soecialized in experimental preservation. He leads an award-winning international practice devoted to advancing preservation as a forward-looking creative field, and has received distinctions such as UNESCO's PRominent Professional Award. He contributes broad expert knowledge in, and strategic thinking on, all aspects and scales of preservation, and collaborates with leading architects to... Read More →


Thursday October 23, 2014 11:45am - 12:10pm
The TimesCenter 242 W 41st St, New York, NY 10036