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Dishing the Dirt on Design

Dishing the Dirt on Design

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September 19th 2012:Traditional Design in Modern Times

“You have to know the rules first before you can break them.” Two renowned names in the field of design, architect Marc Appleton and interior designer Darrell Schmitt, will discuss their traditional approaches to architecture and interior design in light of the trend toward contemporary design in these modern times. Both have maintained an elegance in their designs that speak to connections with human scale and subtleties, while incorporating historical contexts within the foundations of their work.

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Darrell Schmitt

Darrell Schmitt is world renowned for his hospitality designs, including The Montage Beverly Hills, the Resort at Pelican Hill, the Peninsula Beverly Hills, Casa del Mar Hotel in Santa Monica, and several Four Seasons hotels and resorts. His award winning work has been published in Architectural Digest, Interior Design, Hospitality Design, and numerous other magazines and books both in the United States and abroad. He is a forty-year member of the American Society of Interior Designers and has served as president of two chapters. In 2009, he was named the Society’s “Designer of Distinction,” the highest national honor given to acknowledge the quality of a designer’s body of work. This ye
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Marc Appleton

Marc Appleton has received many awards from the American Institute of Architects, and he has been widely published in Architectural Digest, Town and Country, Sunset, the Classicist, and other periodicals. He is one of only five designers who have consistently been named one of Architectural Digest’s Top 100 Designs since its inception in 1991. He is the author of three books, George Washington Smith: An Architect’s Scrapbook, California Mediterranean, and New Classicists, and he has assisted in the publication of a new book, Casa del Herrero: The Romance of Spanish Colonial. Marc is a founding member of the Appleton-Whittel Research Ranch Foundation in Arizona and the Mingei Internation
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