Metropolis president, Eugenie Havemeyer, reflects on the life and work of the architect, who left such a mark on New York City's cultural scene.
Author: Eugenie C. Havemeyer
Thirty-five years ago this month, my husband, Horace Havemeyer III, achieved his dream of publishing a magazine on architecture and design. He called it Metropolis.
Early this year, when I read in The New York Times that Eva Zeisel had died, I immediately thought of my plexiglas salad bowl. It was passed down to me by my father who was very much interested in materials…