David Easton is one of the world's most sought-after interior designers. While he has made his name as a neo-classicist, his erudition of architecture and decoration is wide-ranging and continuous. David received his architecture degree from Pratt Institute in 1963, where he studied with Sibyl Moholy-Nagy, the widow of one of the founders of the Bauhaus. Upon graduation, he received the Fountainbleau scholarship, enabling him to study in Europe. Upon his return, he took a position with New York designer Edward Wormley, whose Dunbar furniture line is now part of the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art. In 1967, he joined the venerable firm of Parish-Hadley, working in both the architecture and decoration departments.
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