Enter the creative mindset of the great Italian artists and designers March 7

Italian Artistry in American Designs

In this enlightening presentation you will be fascinated that your finger, a pineapple, Saturn, Taj Mahal, and many others all have the same 62% Golden Proportion based on the Fibonacci numbers.

Enter the creative mindset of the great Italian and international artists to understand their thinking and see their influence on today’s designs. Composition is primary.

Mark Rosenhaus’¬†goal is to show why masterpieces have held your attention for centuries and enable you to articulate the reasons something is or isn’t beautiful. And expand your creativity.

Also . . .  Join IFDA Member Bissera Antikarov of ARTEMEST Galleria to tour their new exhibition MARMO Рa museum-style showcase of stunning marble pieces that explore the endless possibilities of Italian marble and interpret the traditional maker culture through a contemporary lens.

ARTEMEST Galleria is the flagship showroom of the eponymous Italian luxury brand, where one can explore the world of Italian design and discover beautifully handcrafted furniture, lighting, décor, and lifestyle masterpieces by Artemest network of over 1,400 Italian artisans. MARMO narrates authenticity the Italian craftsmanship at its finest, putting the uniqueness of marble and the art of carving front and center. Discover more here.

Tuesday, March 7th 5:30 PM  

In-person at
Artemest Galleria
518 West 19th Street
( Very Near the High Line!)  

IFDA Members Complementary
Guests $10.00  


Our Speaker:

Mark Rosenhaus has a BFA in Interior Architecture from Pratt Institute and has traveled to 62 countries.

He has been a Kitchen designer for 40 years. For the past 20 years, his program: “Geometry in Nature: The DNA of Design” has drawn high praise from the NKBA as well as this past year for IFDA NY. He was accepted by the non-profit Civita Institute spending two month in Italy this summer, 2022, exploring and photographing architecture and interior design in the ancient hill towns and major cities. His objective was to help protect fragile sites dating from the Middle Ages in addition to tracing their design relevance to contemporary life.

Mark has been an IFDA NY Member since 2020.