New York Alumni Gathering
Tuesday, November 27, 2012
Please join us for a networking event to learn more about how IIT is fueling innovation. David Ling (B.Arch '81) will host at his home, which he designed from a dental factory in Gramercy Park.
Home of David Ling
225 East 21st Street
New York, NY 10010
RSVP by Friday, November 23, 2012
SPACE IS LIMITED!
Contact Kristie Hein at 312.567.5030 or firstname.lastname@example.org, or click the registration button at the top of the page to register online.
There is no charge for this event.
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About Our Host
David Ling (B.ARCH '81)
Informed by a multi-cultural background and nurtured in the United States, David Ling founded David Ling Architects in 1992. After training as an associate with Richard Meier, I.M. Pei, and Emilio Ambasz, Ling established an international practice in the United States, Europe, and Asia. Composed of creative offices; high-end residences; and exhibition, retail, and institutional spaces,
Ling's work has received numerous international awards:
Interiors Magazine's Annual Awards for Best Retail Design and Best Office Design
Interior Design Magazine's Future Furniture Award and Kitchen and Bath Designer Leaders Award
Municipal Arts Society's National Design Award
Architectural Bienal Miami + Beach Gold and Silver medals
Benjamin Moore's Hue Awards for Best Residential Interiors
London's Design Partnership Award for Best Retail Design
Best in Show ICFF
London's Grosvener House Antiques Fair
Ling's international press includes:
The New York Times
House and Garden
Casa de Abitare
Architektur and Wohnen
Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung
Ling's client list includes Alberta Ferretti, Steve Wynn, Aaliyah, Blue Man Group, Sade's bandleader, Janet Kardon (former director of the Institute of Contemporary Art and the American Craft Museum), and Monique Knowlton (art dealer). He has held teaching positions at Parsons School of Design and University of Nuremburg and has served on design juries at Interiors Magazine, Interior Design Magazine/Hospitality Magazine, Harvard Graduate School of Design, Columbia University, and the University of Pennsylvania.
The Essence of Ling's architecture is the artistic integration of space, form, light, and function enriched by materiality. As all projects are treated as unique, so too is Ling's creative vocabulary, tailored to diverse clients, sites, budgets, and programs. Ling's approach is a sculpted choreography of opposites, forming a dialogue of interlocking spaces and forms articulated in a crated use of materials, ennobling space and form through materiality and light.
Ling's ultimate goal is to create something never said before, in a timeless manner.