From the Beginning: Celebrating Forty Years of the Landmarks Preservation Ordinance featuring Lord Peter Palumbo

START DATE | TIME
Thursday, January 17, 2019
6:00pm
END DATE | TIME
Thursday, January 17, 2019
8:00pm
LOCATION
Event Address

311 Peruvian Ave 
Palm Beach, FL 33480
United States

Members Only

Reservations Required

Join us for the celebratory opening evening of From the Beginning: Celebrating 40 Years of the Landmarks Preservation Ordinance featuring guest lecturer Lord Peter Palumbo.

Lord Peter Palumbo is a property developer, patron of the arts, former Chairman of the Arts Council of Great Britain, and former Chairman of The Pritzker Prize for Architecture. Lord Palumbo has written for various publications on a variety of subjects mainly related to the Arts and Architecture in the United Kingdom and abroad and has also lectured and spoken at numerous venues.

In 1972, Palumbo purchased the Farnsworth House by Mies van der Rohe in Plano, Illinois, USA. This was a stroke of serendipity since it was a photograph of the Farnsworth House that had first captured his imagination as a pupil at school and sparked his lifelong interest in Architecture. The Farnsworth House was opened to the public in 1996 and sold to The American National Trust for Historic Preservation in 2003. Palumbo also purchased and restored Frank Llyod Wright’s house Kentuck Knob house, located six miles from Fallingwater. Kentuck Knob is open to the public, and is filled with unique art and artifacts from around the world.

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Lord Palumbo

Members Only

Reservations Required

Join us for the celebratory opening evening of From the Beginning: Celebrating 40 Years of the Landmarks Preservation Ordinance featuring guest lecturer Lord Peter Palumbo.

Lord Peter Palumbo is a property developer, patron of the arts, former Chairman of the Arts Council of Great Britain, and former Chairman of The Pritzker Prize for Architecture. Lord Palumbo has written for various publications on a variety of subjects mainly related to the Arts and Architecture in the United Kingdom and abroad and has also lectured and spoken at numerous venues.

In 1972, Palumbo purchased the Farnsworth House by Mies van der Rohe in Plano, Illinois, USA. This was a stroke of serendipity since it was a photograph of the Farnsworth House that had first captured his imagination as a pupil at school and sparked his lifelong interest in Architecture. The Farnsworth House was opened to the public in 1996 and sold to The American National Trust for Historic Preservation in 2003. Palumbo also purchased and restored Frank Llyod Wright’s house Kentuck Knob house, located six miles from Fallingwater. Kentuck Knob is open to the public, and is filled with unique art and artifacts from around the world.

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Lord Palumbo
Category
Cocktail Reception