Please join Madeline Stuart for an afternoon of tea and Bhutanese architecture

For many of us the definition of classical architecture connotes the teachings of Vitruvius, Palladio, Wren, and the various architects whose work exemplifies those principals. But the classical architecture of western civilization has little bearing on what might be considered classic when applied to the style of traditional Bhutanese architecture.

Please join us in welcoming Madeline Stuart who will discuss her work crafting interiors for a home designed by the Royal Architect of Bhutan, Dorji Yangki, one of the few female architects working within the country. The homeowner’s affinity for the architecture of Bhutan along with their many travels to the region led them to create a singularly unique home in Colorado. The extraordinary carvings and painted sculptural components were fabricated in Bhutan by multi-generational craftspeople with the blessing of the King of Bhutan.

We will be hosting an afternoon tea service, and hope to see you there!


May 9 @ 3:00 pm
3:00 pm — 5:00 pm (2h)

Carlisle Wide Plank Floors 912 N. La Cienega West Hollywood

Madeline Stuart