LongHouse Reserve honors Barack Obama Presidential Center designers at winter gala

Dianne Benson
Dianne Benson (credit: Sean Zanni for Patrick McMullan)

LongHouse Reserve, East Hampton’s non-profit arboretum, art museum, sculpture garden, and educational organization, honored patrons last week with a Winter Benefit at the David Rubenstein Atrium at Lincoln Center.

LongHouse gave special recognition to Tod Williams and Billie Tsien, the designers of the Barack Obama Presidential Center.

Guests included architect Steven Holl, Calvin Tsao and Zack McKown, artists Helena Hernmarck, Shen Wei, Eleanor Alper, Ron Kaplan, Toni Ross, Adelaide De Menil, Louis and Jane Gropp, Deborah Nevins, Sherri Donghia, Peter Olsen, Alexandra Munroe, Mark and Elizabeth Levine, Lee Skolnick, Nina Gillman, Jane and David Walentas.

As guests gathered in the atrium, which wasalso designed by the honorees, contributing Editor for Vanity Fair, Paul Goldberger took to the stage to present the LongHouse Award.

Attendees were then treated to the first private screening of “Larsenworld: Longhouse in East Hampton,” a film created by LongHouse.

Check out the photos below:

Barbara Slifka
Barbara Slifka (credit: Sean Zanni for Patrick McMullan)
Dianne Benson
Dianne Benson (credit: Sean Zanni for Patrick McMullan)
Dianne Benson, and Peter Olsen
Dianne Benson, and Peter Olsen (credit: Sean Zanni for Patrick McMullan)
Herb Hellman and Marcia Wilson
Herb Hellman and Marcia Wilson (credit: Sean Zanni for Patrick McMullan)
Hugh Hardy, and Jack Lenor Larsen
Hugh Hardy, and Jack Lenor Larsen (credit: Sean Zanni for Patrick McMullan)
Jack Lenor Larsen (credit: Sean Zanni for Patrick McMullan)
Jack Lenor Larsen (credit: Sean Zanni for Patrick McMullan)
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Jack Lenor Larsen, Billie Tsien, Deborah Nevins, and Tod Williams (credit: Sean Zanni for Patrick McMullan)
Lee Skolnick, Sandy Perlbinder, and Stephen Perlbinder (credit: Sean Zanni for Patrick McMullan)
Lee Skolnick, Sandy Perlbinder, and Stephen Perlbinder (credit: Sean Zanni for Patrick McMullan)
Mark Levine, Elizabeth Levine
Mark Levine, Elizabeth Levine (credit: Sean Zanni for Patrick McMullan)
Matko Tomicic
Matko Tomicic (credit: Sean Zanni for Patrick McMullan)
Matko Tomicic, Katja Golman, and Michael Sonnenfeldt
Matko Tomicic, Katja Golman, and Michael Sonnenfeldt (credit: Sean Zanni for Patrick McMullan)
Paul Goldberger, Jane Walentas, and David Walentas
Paul Goldberger, Jane Walentas, and David Walentas (credit: Sean Zanni for Patrick McMullan)
R. Couri Hay
R. Couri Hay (credit: Sean Zanni for Patrick McMullan)
Ron Kaplan,and Paul Goldberger (credit: Sean Zanni for Patrick McMullan)
Ron Kaplan,and Paul Goldberger (credit: Sean Zanni for Patrick McMullan)
Scott Kilgour, Lyndsay Karol, and Fitzhugh Karol (credit: Sean Zanni for Patrick McMullan)
Scott Kilgour, Lyndsay Karol, and Fitzhugh Karol (credit: Sean Zanni for Patrick McMullan)
Sherri Donghia, Adelaide de Menil, and Regina Levin (credit: Sean Zanni for Patrick McMullan)
Sherri Donghia, Adelaide de Menil, and Regina Levin (credit: Sean Zanni for Patrick McMullan)
Sylvia Mazzola, and Alison Mazzola (credit: Sean Zanni for Patrick McMullan)
Sylvia Mazzola, and Alison Mazzola (credit: Sean Zanni for Patrick McMullan)
Tod Williams, Billie Tsien, and Paul Goldberger (credit: Sean Zanni for Patrick McMullan)
Tod Williams, Billie Tsien, and Paul Goldberger (credit: Sean Zanni for Patrick McMullan)

 

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