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Shiro Kasamatsu, Hot Spring in the Morning, 1933. Japanese woodblock print, 14 3/8 x 9 1/2 inches; Sheet: 15 1/2 x 10 3/8 inches. Parrish Art Museum, Water Mill, N.Y., Littlejohn Collection


The Art of Empowerment: Feng Shui Energies

In the Lichtenstein Theater for Individuals & Business Professionals

April 21, 4:30 pm - 6 pm

Energies in Your Space

Eugénia Au Kim, Architect Richard Stott, AIA, LEED AP
Film & Interactive Materials by Diana Pepi Stott

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Learn more about the ancient practice of Feng Shui and how small changes can increase positive energy in your work and home spaces. This hands-on workshop will introduce the connection between architecture and Feng Shui, relate the elements that support balance and harmony, and provide ample time to think about and discuss your own setting and goals.

 

PRESENTERS

Eugenia Au Kim, IIDA, started the prestigious interior design firm InteriorsOTH in 1988 and since has been blending ancient philosophies of balance and harmony with the classic principles of interior design and architectural space planning. Au Kim is honored to have a repertoire of clients from all over the world who have invited her into their spaces to create and collaborate “quality-of-life” decisions. In addition to designing Bridgehampton National Bank, Lizan Tops Gallery, and The Sway Club, she has worked with NYT bestselling authors, Victoria and Erik Van Lustbader, and Dan Gasby and B. Smith. She has worked with professionals from finance, fashion, and film. What they all have in common is that they wanted their environments to embrace a peaceful, serene space influenced by the creative energies of, the ancient art of space alignment that encourages happiness, good health, and prosperity.

Diana Pepi Stott is the founder of Pepi Design Group, LLC established in Southampton, NY in 2003. Her area of expertise is in Brand Identity and Development which are supported by a full range of multimedia services including Web Design, Social Media Marketing, Advertising and Signage. In addition to her own company, Pepi Stott works very closely with her husband Richard Stott of Stott Architecture in creating Graphics, Wayfinding, Signage and Exhibition Design for municipalities, hospitals, and commercial buildings. Diana sits on the Parrish Art Museum’s Business Member Council, is on the Board of the Hampton Bays Chamber of Commerce and is a Docent for the Southampton History Museum’s Annual House and Garden Tours.

Richard F. Stott, AIA, LEED AP – Principal. Stott holds a Bachelor of Science in Sociology from Dowling College. After receiving a Master of Architecture Degree, with Honors, from CAL-POLY in 1983, Stott moved back to the East Coast where he established his firm in 1988. He has been involved in hundreds of commercial and residential projects in California, Vermont, Connecticut, Long Island and New York City. Locally, Stott has designed several prominent projects including the Suffolk Theater Conversion, the Southampton and Sag Harbor Police Stations, new units at the Hampton Maid Motel, and many small projects at Southampton hospital including the award-winning Centennial Hall. His award winning, innovative designs include numerous sustainability and design awards. Stott is known for his custom-made furniture, built ins, architectural details, and solar installations. He is a sustainability expert and concentrates his focus on daylighting, carbon reduction and High-Performance Buildings.

 

Details

Date:
April 21
Time:
4:30 pm - 6:00 pm
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Venue

Parrish Art Museum
279 Montauk Highway
Water Mill, NY 11976 United States
Phone:
631-283-2118
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The Art of Empowerment: Feng Shui Energies

In the Lichtenstein Theater for Individuals & Business Professionals

April 21, 4:30 pm - 6 pm

Energies in Your Space

Eugénia Au Kim, Architect Richard Stott, AIA, LEED AP
Film & Interactive Materials by Diana Pepi Stott

REGISTER

 

Learn more about the ancient practice of Feng Shui and how small changes can increase positive energy in your work and home spaces. This hands-on workshop will introduce the connection between architecture and Feng Shui, relate the elements that support balance and harmony, and provide ample time to think about and discuss your own setting and goals.

 

PRESENTERS

Eugenia Au Kim, IIDA, started the prestigious interior design firm InteriorsOTH in 1988 and since has been blending ancient philosophies of balance and harmony with the classic principles of interior design and architectural space planning. Au Kim is honored to have a repertoire of clients from all over the world who have invited her into their spaces to create and collaborate “quality-of-life” decisions. In addition to designing Bridgehampton National Bank, Lizan Tops Gallery, and The Sway Club, she has worked with NYT bestselling authors, Victoria and Erik Van Lustbader, and Dan Gasby and B. Smith. She has worked with professionals from finance, fashion, and film. What they all have in common is that they wanted their environments to embrace a peaceful, serene space influenced by the creative energies of, the ancient art of space alignment that encourages happiness, good health, and prosperity.

Diana Pepi Stott is the founder of Pepi Design Group, LLC established in Southampton, NY in 2003. Her area of expertise is in Brand Identity and Development which are supported by a full range of multimedia services including Web Design, Social Media Marketing, Advertising and Signage. In addition to her own company, Pepi Stott works very closely with her husband Richard Stott of Stott Architecture in creating Graphics, Wayfinding, Signage and Exhibition Design for municipalities, hospitals, and commercial buildings. Diana sits on the Parrish Art Museum’s Business Member Council, is on the Board of the Hampton Bays Chamber of Commerce and is a Docent for the Southampton History Museum’s Annual House and Garden Tours.

Richard F. Stott, AIA, LEED AP – Principal. Stott holds a Bachelor of Science in Sociology from Dowling College. After receiving a Master of Architecture Degree, with Honors, from CAL-POLY in 1983, Stott moved back to the East Coast where he established his firm in 1988. He has been involved in hundreds of commercial and residential projects in California, Vermont, Connecticut, Long Island and New York City. Locally, Stott has designed several prominent projects including the Suffolk Theater Conversion, the Southampton and Sag Harbor Police Stations, new units at the Hampton Maid Motel, and many small projects at Southampton hospital including the award-winning Centennial Hall. His award winning, innovative designs include numerous sustainability and design awards. Stott is known for his custom-made furniture, built ins, architectural details, and solar installations. He is a sustainability expert and concentrates his focus on daylighting, carbon reduction and High-Performance Buildings.