SUNDAY, OCTOBER 1
Bill Brockschmidt, Courtney Coleman, Stan Dixon, Keith Robinson
Moderator: Hadley Keller, Director of Editorial, Design Leadership Network
Sponsored by Christopher Collection and Christopher Architecture and Interiors
Bill Brockschmidt and Courtney Coleman
Bill Brockschmidt and Courtney Coleman bring to their work a focus on traditional detailing, proportion, materials, and craftsmanship in both architectural elements and in furnishings. They launched their interior design studio, Brockschmidt & Coleman in New York City in 2001, followed by a southern design studio on Magazine Street in New Orleans in 2019. Their work has been featured online and in print in Frederic, Veranda, Architectural Digest, Chairish, Departures, Elle Décor, Garden & Gun, House Beautiful, Southern Home, Traditional Home, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, and more. Brockschmidt & Coleman has been included on Elle Décor’s A List annually since 2012.
Architect Stan Dixon is the founder of his eponymous Atlanta-based firm, D. Stanley Dixon Architect. After receiving his degree in architecture from the University of Tennessee and attending Britain’s renowned Attingham Trust School for the Study of Historic Homes and Collections, he honed his craft with the esteemed firm of Norman Davenport Askins. He was named one of The New Faces of Southern Style by Garden & Gun magazine and is a three-time winner of the Southeast Architect of the Year by Veranda and the Atlanta Decorative Arts Center. Stan is also an eleven-time winner of the Philip Trammell Shutze Award presented by the Southeast Chapter of the Institute of Classical Architecture & Art. Most recently, Stan was awarded the Addison Mizner Medal for his work in Palm Beach. Rizzoli will publish Stan’s first book, “HOME: The Residential Architecture of D. Stanley Dixon” this fall.
Keith G. Robinson
Keith G. Robinson has been a tastemaker and business owner in the Atlanta area for three decades. He is the former creative director/owner of the event-services company Gloriosa, the first turnkey event services company in Atlanta. Keith is known for his restoration of Chattahoochee Hills, Georgia’s 19th-century Hutcheson-Redwine Plantation where he developed exhibition gardens that have been featured in publications including Garden & Gun, Garden Design, Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles, and Veranda. Most recently, the gardens of Redwine were featured in the book “American Roots.” He was also a contributing editor in Veranda’s column The Cultivated Life. Keith is now on the executive team of a resort under development at Dunaway Gardens, where he is focusing on the restoration of 22 acres of historic gardens and spearheading a five-star culinary program.
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