Suzanne’s work was featured in the May 26, 2017 1stdibs blog post by Colleen Egan.
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Suzanne Rheinstein, Madeline Stuart, and Steven Volpe; moderated by Carl J. Dellatore
Point and Counterpoint
Designer and author Carl Dellatore will moderate a lively conversation on the importance of art and antiques in 21st-century design. Suzanne Rheinstein, interior designer, author and owner of Hollyhock, is known for her signature style described as elegant civility: “fewer things but better things.” The distinguished Los Angeles designer, Madeline Stuart works on projects that reflect a collaborative relationship between architecture and furniture, function and form, client and designer. Steven Volpe, owner of Hedge, immersed himself in European techniques, history and theory at an early age, developing a fine-tuned eye and allowing him to orchestrate design projects worldwide. Book signing to follow.
Designer Saturday, October 29 at 11:00am
The Institute of Classical Art and Architecture, Southern California Chapter, honored Suzanne for her achievements and contributions in advancing the classical tradition in architecture and art at its 2016 Legacy Dinner on October 13th.
ICAA-SCC co-founder Marc Appleton noted, “In the early years, when we did not have a “home,” [Suzanne Rheinstein] generously hosted lectures and book signings for us at her former Hollyhock showroom. For this alone, we are eternally grateful to her, and I am so pleased that we are finally honoring her this year.”