Design and architecture are not elements applied to only homes and buildings, but are also very much present in Cadillac vehicles – most notably the next generation 2015 Cadillac Escalade. Cadillac and Architectural Digest have partnered to create the ‘Driven by Design’ Tour, which kicks off this month. Invited tour guests will meet at a point of architectural significance. Together they will tour notable landmarks and private residences, with the opportunity to drive from location to location in a 2015 Escalade.
The tour will begin in Chicago, followed by stops in New York, Dallas, Miami, and Los Angeles throughout the rest of the year. According to a Cadillac news release, a designer or architect will lead guests on a tour at each location that highlights the space’s innovative design and modern technology.
“We have long admired Cadillac’s commitment to design and are thrilled to help the company underscore that commitment through the ‘Driven by Design’ tour,” said Architectural Digest Vice President and Publisher Giulio Capua. “This will also give passionate design enthusiasts and key luminaries in our field the chance to see the best of Cadillac.”
The tour will include locations such as the WMS Boathouse in Chicago, and One World Trade Center and Neue House in New York. Keynote speakers include Joseph Valerio, of Valerio Dewalt Train Associates, Michael Arad, designer of the National September 11 Memorial, and David Childs and T. J. Gottesdiener, architects of One World Trade Center and 7 World Trade Center.
Stop by Plaza Cadillac today to learn more about the 2015 Lincoln Navigator, and even take one for a spin!