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Storytelling Series // The Wonderful World of David Netto

October 13, 2023 @ 10:30 am - 11:30 am

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A celebration of the first monograph from a distinctive voice in American design, this rare audience with David Netto will sell out quickly so mark your calendars and secure your seats now!

A tastemaker whose work—a blend of sophisticated finishes, textiles, antiques, and contemporary furniture—has inspired a dedicated and global following, David Netto is more than a interior mastermind; he is also a born storyteller who conjures scenes with words as fluently as he crafts worlds within walls. For the past decade, Netto has been profiling the leading lights of the design world in lively, illuminating articles for numerous publications. Now, in his highly anticipated, eponymous monograph, he turns his erudite eye and rapier wit to his own work as an interior and architectural designer. 

Join us at 10:30AM on October 13 for an exploration of Netto’s approach, an inspiring testament to the power of personal spaces illuminated by the stories behind them. 

TicketsMembers – $10 // General Admission – $15

To purchase, click here or call 843.723.9912 during Box Office Hours (11:00AM–4:00PM, Monday through Thursday).

About the Author

David Netto dropped out of Harvard’s department of architecture to found his studio in New York in 2000. He has written on architecture and design for the Wall Street Journal, the New York Times, Cabana, and other publications, and he currently writes the “Case Studies” column for Town & Country. He is the author of monographs of François Catroux and Stephen Sills, and his interiors have appeared in Vogue, ELLE Decor, Architectural Digest, House Beautiful, House & Garden, Town & Country, and Veranda. He divides his time between Los Angeles and Amagansett, Long Island.

About the Book

Featuring some 20 projects, ranging from city apartments and country houses to seaside and mountain getaways, Netto reveals an eclectic aesthetic that brings to modernism a touch of warmth and personality and to traditionalism a jolt of energy and a dash of the exotic. Extensively photographed, with delightful watercolor illustrations by the interiors artist Mita Bland, Netto’s book is as enlightening to read as it is inspiring to behold.


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