Coyote Outdoor teams up with SIA projects

The C1C28 Grill takes center stage at Save Iconic Architecture Event

Coyote Outdoor C1C28 Grill by Coyote Outdoor
PALM SPRINGS, Calif. – On February 19, Coyote Outdoor Living teamed up with Save Iconic Architecture (SIA Projects) at “A Night for Preservation” during Modernism Week 2017.

Modernism Week is an annual event that attracts over 75,000 design enthusiasts. "A Night for Preservation" raised much-needed funds that will go toward the organization’s mission of saving iconic architecture.

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At the event, Chef Daniel Villanueva from Balisage Bistro had the opportunity to cook and serve guests using the Coyote C1C28 Grill which was auctioned off to raise money for SIA. Guests met with SIA founders Ron Woodson and Jaime Rummerfield, who were recently named Interior Designers of the Year at the ART Awards Gala.

“In the city of Los Angeles, the vernacular of our short Hollywood history is quickly being erased. As members of the architecture and design community, we see the demise of beautiful and iconic architecture disappear far too often. In this moment, there are hundreds of structures in the target crosshairs for demolition,” said Woodson and Rummerfield, founders of Save Iconic Architecture/SIA Projects.

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