FERGUSON & SHAMAMIAN ARCHITECTS, with Mark Ferguson, Partner
Mark Ferguson is a founding partner of Ferguson & Shamamian Architects, an Architectural Digest AD 100 practice formed in 1988 with Oscar Shamamian, located in New York City. The firm specializes in traditional residential design and works nationally and internationally. Their completed projects are frequently published and have been recognized with several notable awards, including the ICAA Arthur Ross Award in 2003. Mark has been a member of the Board of Directors of the Institute of Classical Architecture & Art since 1992 and served as its Chairman from 2014-2016.
Mark Received a Bachelor of Architecture from Carnegie-Mellon University in 1978 and Master of Architecture from Princeton University in 1982. He moved to New York with his wife, Natalie Jacobs, in 1982. His early work on renovations to houses in Tuxedo Park and Croton-on-Hudson introduced him to the practice of new traditional architecture. The experience led to a position at Parish-Hadley Associates where he collaborated with interior decorators and artisans in the creation of new residences guided by traditional design principles. He met his future partner there and after three years they established a practice to fill an underserved need and to demonstrate the authority of tradition in good design.
BOOK SIGNING: DOORS OPEN 1:00 p.m.
SESSION I: MARK FERGUSON 1:30 p.m.
SESSION II: MICHAEL S. SMITH 2:45 p.m.
DONOR: PRIVATE DINNER exclusively in honor of Mark Ferguson & Michael S. Smith. As an ICAA Northwest Donor or Corporate Sponsor receive invitation to attend a private dinner following the Rainier Club Lecture Series. Seating is limited. For more information, contact Duncan McRoberts firstname.lastname@example.org
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