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TEXAS DESIGN WEEK HOUSTON IS A TICKETED EVENT. TO PURCHASE TICKETS, AND FOR COMPLETE SCHEDULE, GO TO TEXASDESIGNWEEK.COM. CV : Author, historian and founder of Eerdmans, a fine and decorative arts gallery, NYC; master's degree in fine and decorative arts from Sotheby's Institute of Art, London; oversaw dispersal of Mario Buatta's estate and the blockbuster auction at Sotheby's; authored monographs on Madeleine Castaing and Henri Samuel. Book: Mario Buatta: Anatomy of a Decorator (Rizzoli). So, Emily, tell us … Favorite room designed by anyone, at any time. Perhaps the Neoclassical interiors of Malmaison — they are so modern, it's almost shocking. Most any room decorated by John Fowler. The d'Ornano living room in Paris, decorated by Henri Samuel. Go-to white paint. Benjamin Moore Simply White. Historic, vintage design books in your library. The Decorative Twenties and The Decorative Thirties by Martin Battersby. Les réussites de la décoration française 1950- 1960 by Collection Maison & Jardin. Colefax and Fowler: The Best in English Interior Decoration by Chester Jones. Design Instagram feeds. @scott_stirewalt. Emily Evans Eerdmans Eerdmans, fine and decorative arts gallery, NYC. What's next. We're working on the interiors of a villa in the Middle East, which is The Frick meets Dorothy Draper! It's a project of a lifetime with a wonderful client. We're also excited about the new wallpaper collection of our artist Thomas Engelhart with Maison de Papier, available only through us in the United States. Texas Design Week Houston: Salon talk and book signings with Emily Evans Eerdmans, discussing her new book, Mario Buatta: Anatomy of a Decorator, Wednesday, April 24, noon to 2 pm, at Kravet showroom, Decorative Center Houston. Books will be for sale at the event. For tickets, go to Clockwise from left: Double parlor in Isaac Jenkins Mikell House, Charleston, designed by Mario Buatta. Primary bath in River House, NYC, designed by Mario Buatta. Mario Buatta in his 117 East 62nd Street living room, circa 1970. (Continued from page 90) (Continued) Emily Evans Eerdmans Texas Design Week Houston ESTATE OF MARIO BUATTA © SCOTT FRANCES / OTTO © SCOTT FRANCES / OTTO 92

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