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David Sokol has been writing about architecture and design for national publications for the past 23 years.  His recent significant work includes the August 15, 2022 issue of Hamptons Cottages & Gardens, which explored stewardship of late-midcentury modernism across five distinct homes, as well as his regular contributions to Architectural Digest and Dwell magazines. Prior to Hamptons Modern and Hudson Modern, his books have ranged from a definitive survey of contemporary Nordic product design to a paper pop-up history of modern architecture. David grew up on Long Island and earned an American Studies degree at Yale, and he and his husband Rick are currently finishing modernization of an 18th-century stone house in the Hudson Valley. 

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Tickets are $95 for current members and $120 for all others, and include a catered lunch by Diane Browne with wine. If interested in a a table of eight, please contact Whitney Williams at wwilliams@nchistory.org.

 

WE ARE EXCITED TO ANNOUNCE THAT CONSTRUCTION ON THE JIM AND DEDE BARTLETT CENTER FOR NEW CANAAN HISTORY BEGINS FEBRUARY 12, 2024.
EVENTS WILL OCCUR AS SCHEDULED, BUT BECAUSE OF THE LOGISTICAL CHALLENGES IN THE MAIN BUILDING, TOURS OF THE CAMPUS AND THE PORTRAIT EXHIBITION ARE AVAILABLE BY APPOINTMENT ONLY.
PLEASE CONTACT NGEARY@NCHISTORY.ORG.

WE WILL BE CLOSED FOR RESEARCH UNTIL APRIL 30.