FRIDAY, OCTOBER 15TH, 6PMPlease join us for an in-person conversation between Ken Pursley of Pursley Dixon Architecture and Jacqueline Terrebonne - Editor in Chief of Galerie, celebrating the publication of debut book "Finding Home. the Houses of Pursley Dixon" published by Rizzoli International Publications.Please Register HereRIZZOLI IN-PERSON EVENT COVID POLICIES:In-person events will be presented to a fully vaccinated audience at full capacity. All attendees are required to wear masks. All patrons over the age of sixteen will be required to show proof* of having completed the COVID-19 vaccination series at least 14 days prior to the date of the event. *Proof of vaccination will be defined as either an original vaccination card or an Excelsior Pass.  Registration will be required. About the Book:In their first book, acclaimed architects Ken Pursley and Craig Dixon explore how to create gracious homes with welcoming entryways, soulful interiors, inviting porches, and ebullient gardens. Founded on the simple principle “Build beautiful things,” the architectural team of Pursley Dixon, like populist architects Bobby McAlpine and Jeff Dungan, is known for blending elements of tradition with a modern lifestyle. In Finding Home, they share 15 stunning houses in three distinct styles: rustic mountain escapes, dreamy retreats by the water, and elegant houses in town. Each house has its own thoughtful visual narrative, but all are connected on an innate and authentic level by their sense of proportion, attention to detail, and a marvelous affinity with nature, displayed in their soothing neutral palettes, oversize windows that bring the outdoors in, and natural materials such as rough-hewn stone and unfinished wood. Little touches of humanity await discovery, such as a sleeping nook perched right out into the highest branches of a tree. These eccentricities and secrets add to the distinctly Southern sense of warmth and refuge these homes provide, homes whose open interiors and majestic porches easily accommodate family and gatherings. Featuring their own interior design work as well as that of acclaimed decorators such as Suzanne Kasler, Phoebe Howard, and Circa Interiors, Finding Home is about creating houses of inherent beauty that will spark an emotional connection to last a lifetime.About the Auhtor:Recipients of the Veranda / ADAC Architecture Firm of the Year award and the Southern Living Home of the Year Award, Pursley Dixon Architecture’s work has been featured in numerous publications including House Beautiful, Milieu, Traditional Home, Veranda, Garden & Gun, and Southern Living.Jacqueline Terrebonne is the editor-in-chief at Galerie magazine. She has worked for Architectural Digest, Gourmet, and Martha Stewart. She lives in New York City.Suzanne Kasler and her award-winning projects have been published in major lifestyle magazines including Architectural Digest, Elle Decor, House Beautiful, Milieu, Traditional Home, and Veranda. Her interior design studio is based in Atlanta. She has produced signature home furnishings and textile lines for Hickory Chair, Lee Jofa, Visual Comfort, La Cornue, and Ballard Designs and has three best-selling books published by Rizzoli.