reporter: Miguel Dominguez
From last November 21th through December 18th, at the Academy Mansion, one of the best holiday rounds to make was a visit to Holiday House NYC, a designer's show house benefitting the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.
Design firms contributing to Holiday House NYC 2013 included Ally Coulter Designs, Campion Platt, Cullman and Kravis Inc., CW Design, Darrin Varden Design, Décor by Guillaume Gentet, Deb Landis Design, Deborah Martin Designs, Franklin Eighth, Gregory Allan Cramer, J. Cohler Mason Design, James Rixner, Joseph Parisi Interiors, J+G Design, Kelley Jackson, Mario Buatta, Michael McKinnon, Patrick J. Hamilton Designs, Patrik Lönn Design, Rachel Laxer Interiors, Scott Formby, Stephen Bastone, Studio Tim Campbell, Susanna Salk, Tinatin Kilaberidze Interior Design, Tony Ingrao And Randy Kemper, Weitzman-Halpern Interior Design.
Leonard Lauder as Honorary Chair, Iris Dankner and Christopher Hyland as Co-Chairs, and Alexa Hampton, Mario Buatta and Thom Filicia as Design Chairs formed the committee of Holiday House NYC 2013.
Traditional Home magazine has been the national media sponsor of this event for the fourth consecutive year. Other sponsors include Tiffany & Co., Parade Media Group, Benjamin Moore, FENDI Casa, Lladró, Ballard Designs, Sleep Studio, New York School of Interior Design, Thos. Moser, Frontgate, and 5th Avenue Millennium, Aesthetic Surgery. Avenue magazine and LX-TV are additional media sponsors; Hyland Magazine is the event’s journal sponsor.
With 27 separate interior design ideas, Holiday House NYC was a must visit event for New York City’s holiday season. Visitors were entertained by an array of special events planned throughout the showhouse's four week run.
Please click on the names of each designing firm for more information about them.
|The 'Macaron Café' Courtyard Room was a working Salon de Thé where one|
could relax and have some coffee or tea, salads and desserts
|Hallway leading into the room designed by Gregory|
Allan Cramer is hung with the whimsical, yet
haunting photos of Bob Carey's Tutu Project
|Bob Carey, creator of The Tutu Project, in which he photographs himself wearing a pink tutu in|
isolated locations for the express purpose of raising funds for the Carey Foundation, to support women
diagnosed with breast cancer.
|Casablanca Christmas was the theme for this room|
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