As many of you know, designers Ron Woodson and Jaime Rummerfield of Woodson & Rummerfield recently launched their non-profit organization, Save Iconic Architecture (SIA Projects), to help protect local buildings of merit from demolition. The organization nominates endangered structures, both commercial and residential, and offers owners guidance through the historical designation process, which can often be a long and arduous endeavor.
This spring, SIA Projects is partnering with Palm Springs Modernism to host a fundraiser at the Dinah Shore estate. The home, located in the Old Las Palmas neighborhood of Palm Springs, was designed by architect Donald Wexler in 1964, and has been made all the more famous by its new owner Leonardo DiCaprio. But why are we talking about a spring event when it’s only October? Because tickets go on sale on November 1st and it’s an event you won’t want to miss!
February 17, 2018
5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Proceeds benefit Save Iconic Architecture
Enjoy a fabulous evening under the stars with fellow design enthusiasts. Enjoy touring the renowned property. Enjoy libations and appetizers. Meet Ron and Jaime! And know you’ve done your part to help save Southern California’s splendid architectural history with your tax-deductible donation. And, if you can’t make the date, consider becoming a SIA Projects member or making a donation through the organization’s website. Snyder Diamond is a proud sponsor of the event and we certainly hope to see you there!
Dean Martin and Dinah Shore, 1956