THE MUSEUM OF NEW YORK’s SILVERLINING

THE MUSEUM OF NEW YORK’s SILVERLINING

THE MUSEUM OF NEW YORK’s SILVERLINING
    photo “Kevin Lau for Business of Home”

      SilverLining hosted their Fall Cocktail Party at The Museum of the City of New York, in early October 2018.  SilverLining and their co-sponsors organized the entire museum for the evening, with exclusive access to exhibits including “Elegance in the Sky: The Architecture of Rosario Candela.”

      There was also a rare behind-the-scenes tour of the museum’s Collections Area, which is not open to the general public, all while enjoying cocktails and hors-d’oeuvres among some of the most prominent architects and designers in Manhattan. It was a top-notch evening and a pleasure to attend.

      The Museum of the City of New York was founded in 1923 by Henry Collins Brown, a Scottish-born writer with a vision for a populist approach to the city. The Museum was originally housed in Gracie Mansion, the future residence of the Mayor of New York. Hardinge Scholle succeeded Henry Brown in 1926 and began planning a new home for the Museum. The City offered land on Fifth Avenue on 103rd-104th Streets and construction for Joseph H. Freedlander’s Georgian Colonial-Revival design for the building started in 1929 and was completed in 1932.

      Over the years it has amassed a considerable collection of exceptional items including several of Eugene O’Neill’s handwritten manuscripts, a complete room of Duncan Phyfe furniture, 412 glass negatives taken by Jacob Riis and donated by his son, a man’s suit worn to George Washington’s Inaugural Ball, and the Carrie Walter Stettheimer dollhouse, which contains a miniature work by Marcel Duchamp. Today the Museum’s collection contains approximately 750,000 objects, including prints, photographs, decorative arts, costumes, paintings, sculpture, toys, and theatrical memorabilia.

      Just so you know –SilverLining is one of New York’s premiere General Contracting firms specializes in high-end, luxury home, apartment and townhouse renovations and additions. The Manhattan-based firm works with New York’s most discerning clients and talented designers and architects. Over the past 30 years, SilverLining has completed more than 3,000 exceptional homes. They have a fabulous reputation for understanding the big picture and the smallest detail. Thank you SilverLining + Apollo Electric +Benjamin Moore+ Dinesen + e-home + JVA Industries + Orsman Design +Renovation Angel +Royal Green Appliance – your party was museum quality. Thank you “Kevin Lau for Business of Home” for allowing me to mix your pictures with mine.

        SilverLining CEO Josh Wiener thanks guests and co-sponsors for creating a wonderful evening together and for supporting the Museum of the City of New York!
            Randall Tarasuk and Charles Pavarini III.
              the private group tour @ The Museum of New York City photo “Kevin Lau for Business of Home”

               

                Peter Krasowski and Franco Riviera of Jennifer Post Design, Inc.
                  Renan Pierre of Sherman Pierre Architects and Taylor Sher of SilverLining.
                    Jennifer Post, Joel Arencibia, Andrew Ballard, Nicole P. Osborne.
                      Josh Wiener, Nathan Orsman, Mike Hastad, David Scott and Ben Rosner.
                        Dianna Pedreira, Joe Nahem and Marissa McCurter of Fox Nahem Associates.
                          Hugo Ramirez, Lee Cavanaugh, Josh Wiener, Jennifer Post and John B. Murray
                            Twila Wison, James Shearron and Quincy Hammond.
                              Brett Bainbridge, Meredith Campolieta and Steven Meyer
                                Szymon Kuczynski of SilverLining and Isadora Acosta of Ethelind Coblin Architect PC
                                    Rio Hamilton, Ninni Ladjevardi, Bill McIntosh, Martin Raffone
                                      Rasmus Stig Johnsen, Bernadeta Wasilewski, Linda Cirigliano and George Wasilewski.
                                        Kristin Liebowitz of SilverLining and Rio Hamilton
                                          Wendy Silverstein + Glenn Gissler + Bonnie Steves + Joe Badilla
                                            Interior Designer Eve Robinson + Architect David Hotson.
                                              SilverLining Fall Cocktail Party @ The Museum of New York City
                                                Wendy Silverstein+ Glenn Gissler +Bonnie Steves +Rio Hamilton + Barbara Kessler photo: Joe Badilla

                                                 

                                                   

                                                  Rio Hamilton

                                                  Rio Hamilton is a business development professional with vast marketing and sales experience.He specializes in brand promotion for the luxury interior design and lifestyle industries. Rio works with companies, individuals and groups on concentrated brand identity and elevation. He has a popular website that chronicles "the who's who" at design and fashion events throughout greater New York.

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