Continuing our Site Tours series (virtually!), we're offering Brick & Wonder members and their guests a chance to tour the Gerald Luss House in Ossining, NY.
An influential designer and architect, Gerald Luss is best known for his large-scale corporate projects during the post-World War II building boom in Manhattan, including the 350,000 square feet of interiors for the famed Time-Life office building (1959) on Avenue of the Americas in midtown Manhattan—the epitome of midcentury modern skyscraper design.
We're thrilled to team up with Blum & Poe and Mendes Wood DM to facilitate this tour of another contemporary art and design exhibition in an architecturally significant setting. At 94 years old, Luss is a collaborative partner in the exhibition, lending examples of his furniture and designs.