IIDA NY Happenings in April
The International Design Association’s New York Chapter (IIDA NY) is hosting some exciting opportunities for mentoring, networking, and a private tour this month:
What: Do you have questions about your career that you would like to ask in your current workplace but don’t know where to get answers? The IIDA NY Mentorship Program invites you to a roundtable discussion for young design professionals within 1-3 years of experience that have questions about what’s next in their career.
Where: West Elm Workspace NYC, 105 Madison Avenue
When: Wednesday, April 19th, 6:00 PM — 9:00 PM
What: Participate in a fascinating discussion of the 2012 rehabilitation of Frank Lloyd Wright’s Boynton House in downtown Rochester. Located, on East Boulevard in the heart of the Historic District, the Boynton House is one of the few original Wright homes in still function as a private residence. Representatives from the lead restoration firm Bero Architecture, project interior designer Daryl Gronsky, Director of the Landmark Society Wayne Goodman, Jim Liebel of Fingerlakes Woodworks, and Boynton House owner Jane Parker will be in attendance to discuss the rejuvenation of this local architectural gem.
Where: Rochester Institute of Technology, James E. Booth Hall
When: Wednesday, April 19th, 5:00 PM — 8:00 PM
What: Want to get a behind the scenes look at a magnificent Neo-Gothic style Roman Catholic Cathedral? Join architect Jeff Murphy, partner of Murphy Burnham & Buttrick Architects, for an enlightening tour of Manhattan’s iconic St. Patrick’s Cathedral! See and hear the inside scoop from the lead architect as he guides a private tour of the recent renovation.
Where: St. Patrick’s Cathedral, Fifth Avenue
When: Thursday, April 27th, 6:00 PM — 7:30 PM