To celebrate the Glass House’s 65th birthday, Krug and Architectural Digest co-hosted a lunch in New Canaan, Connecticut, on Sunday, November 9. Guests strolled through the Glass House campus and enjoyed Fujiko Nakaya’s “Veil,” the fog installation conceived by Nakaya with Glass House Director, Henry Urbach. An intimate lunch in Philip Johnson’s 1965 Painting Gallery had a festive feel with guests sitting down to dine at two long farm tables, surrounded by Frank Stella’s paintings from the 1960s and ‘70s. For more from this event, be sure to check out our slideshow.
Who was there: Guests included Margaret Russell, Tony Vidler, Terry Winters, Martha Stewart, Bill Sofield, Charles Renfro, E V Day, Jim Salomon, Tobias Meyer, Mark Fletcher, Martha Nelson, John Edelman, Tomas Maier, Reed Krakoff, William Lauder, Lori Tritsch, James Welling, and Jane Weinstock.
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