- Written by Jacob Coakley
- Published: 02 July 2012
Hugh Hardy, a leading theatre designer and architect, will give the closing speech at the North American Theatre Engineering and Architecture Conference (NATEAC) on, July 23rd at Sardi’s. Hardy is designer behind such projects as LCT3 at Lincoln Center, Brooklyn Academy of Music, Signature Theatre and more.
Hugh Hardy to give closing speech at NATEAC
Renowned architect Hugh Hardy will give the closing speech of the North American Theatre Engineering and Architecture Conference (NATEAC) on Monday night, July 23rd at Sardi’s Restaurant in New York City. Mr. Hardy, a leader in the planning and design of active public spaces throughout North America, has been responsible for the design of numerous performance spaces including LCT3 at Lincoln Center, Radio City Music Hall, Brooklyn Academy, Signature Theatre, NYC and The Tobacco Warehouse in Brooklyn, NY.
Among the many awards Hugh and his firm, H3 Hardy Collaborative Architecture, have recently received are the Society of American Registered Architects National Design Award, Interior Architecture Category, for the DiMenna Center for Classical Music, and the AIA Tri-State Design Award for the Tobacco Warehouse.
Sardi’s is the traditional location for the NATEAC closing dinner. The iconic restaurant has been synonymous with Broadway and the theatre since it opened in 1927.
Visit http://www.nateac.org/specialevents.htm for more information regarding NATEAC and the closing dinner. Please note that the conference dinner is open to registered delegates and their guests.