Greenwich Concours Names Steven Harris as Grand Marshal

Harris, a contemporary architect & professor at Yale, is known for his Porsche obsession...

The Greenwich Concours d’Elegance will feature a meticulously curated selection of vehicles, embodying the pinnacle of automotive design and engineering, from May 31 to June 2 in Greenwich, Connecticut. Showcasing rare classics and iconic sports cars, attendees are invited to enjoy an immersive experience celebrating automotive history.

Known for his modernist masterpieces, contemporary architect and car enthusiast Steven Harris will be celebrated as grand marshal of the Greenwich Concours d’Elegance. Harris is known for his obsession with Porsches, particularly four cam 356 Carreras and 911 RSs.

Greenwich Concours Names Steven Harris as Grand Marshal | THE SHOP

Harris is a professor at Yale School of Architecture, where he’s taught for 25 years, and previously served as a professor at Harvard and Princeton. As founding partner of Steven Harris Architects, he has led an extensive range of projects in the US and abroad.

“It is truly an honor to be chosen as grand marshal of the Greenwich Concours d’Elegance, which brings my passion for design and automobiles together in one place,” said Harris. “This event is a testament to the timeless appeal of automotive craftsmanship, particularly in the Northeast region, and I look forward to celebrating alongside fellow enthusiasts. I’ve been attending the Concours for 10 years and return each year for the world-class lineup.”

“Greenwich Concours is where the collector community gathers in the Northeast,” said Vice Chairman, Concours Group Matt Orendac. “Greenwich is one of just a few places around the globe perfectly suited to concours events. The expansion of Saturday’s Concours de Sport also opens the concours world to a new audience.”

In addition to vehicle displays, the event offers seminars with developments and trends shaping the automotive industry. To learn more about the Greenwich Concours, click here.

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