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Book Launch: The Space That Keeps You

In conversation with Jeremiah Brent & Jenna Lyons

A man wears all black and stands posing in a room filled with mid-century furniture and decor.

About the Event

THE SPACE THAT KEEPS YOU isn’t just a study of beautiful interior design; it’s an emotional design book that explores what gives spaces meaning. Brent introduces memorable people including the late artist couple James and Alexandra Brown and their children who made an abandoned plot in Merida, Mexico their accidental paradise, and Tracy and Brian Robbins who found refuge during the pandemic in a serene single-story home in Montecito surrounded by fields of lavender.

He illuminates the personal side of Oprah Winfrey as she speaks to the importance of nature in her dream of home, and describes the story of Giberto and Bianca Arrivabene, who fought to hold onto their family’s historic Venetian palazzo.

On February 21, Brent will discuss how and why the spaces we inhabit begin to feel like they truly belong to us—the memories, emotions, and stories that shape what home signifies. Moderated by business mogul Jenna Lyons.

Books will also be on sale in the museum during the talk.