So, now we know how to get to Carnegie Hall... put an Airtent on the Roof! Carnegie Hall has been a pleasure to work with, from the bottom to the top, and Pvilion would like to thank them for their generous support. Nothing could have been possible without a tremendous team, from contractors to development to finance to architecture. Bravo!
After a beautiful concert from the Berliner Philharmoniker, Carnegie Hall's Trustee and Donors set out for a beautiful dinner in Pvilion's Airtent. The climate-controlled 5,000 square foot structure was a breathtaking feat of engineering, with 28' ceilings and decor provided by David Stark. Nothing was less than breathtaking, from the music featuring Anne-Sophie Mutter to the lamb chops by Stephen Starr.
In the news: A great article from Bloomberg News was written yesterday by Amanda Gordon. It's content, mostly focusing on the junk food preference of New York's elite, did discuss the Pvilion Airtent. For more news and the in-depth article, please click here: http://www.bloomberg.com/