Designers for the Atlanta Symphony Associates 42nd Annual Decorators’ Show House & Gardens at Knollwood Estate have been announced. More than 35 designers will bring 24 interior rooms and three garden design spaces to life in this 1929 Georgian-style home, designed by Atlanta’s famed architect Phillip Trammel Shutze.
Visitors will be swept away by the eloquent reflections each selected designer will showcase by transforming one of the 30+ spaces in the estate into an astounding piece of visual and textural art. It will be as if they have been transported back to a time of the gracious southern entertaining traditions this home once experienced. Just as Shutze originally invented and developed his own unique architectural designs, so will these artists, as they each incorporate their own distinct and captivating styles into the iconic home.
Organized by the Atlanta Symphony Associates, proceeds support the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra and its education and community engagement programs. These programs help nurture the talent of emerging young musicians and bring music into the lives of the people of our community. Included in those educational initiatives are the Talent Development Program — which trains and supports talented young African-American and Latino musicians through private coaching, mentoring and performances — and Atlanta Symphony Youth Orchestra. “We are so very proud of these young musicians in the Atlanta Symphony family,” Musarra continued. “We’re honored this event regularly helps to impact so many others throughout our community with music-rich educational experiences.”
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