ABOUT FELIX PFEIFLEBased in Los Angeles, Felix Pfeifle founded his own interdisciplinary design firm, Office of Cultural Design, in 2005. His experience spans from residential gardens to comprehensive architectural renovations for hospitality. Pfeifle has taught architectural and urban planning history at the New School for Social Research in New York City. A keen social observer, with broad contacts across the spectrum of society, in 2015 Pfeifle launched the Felix Austria School of Civility, focused on harnessing the best of historical etiquette with the rapidly changing world in which we live. In 1992 Pfeifle was the recipient of a Fulbright Grant at the University of Vienna, with a focus on the Habsburg Empire (Austria-Hungary). Over the last decade he was the principal subject of a documentary film FELIX AUSTRIA! which premiered at the Hot Docs Film Festival in Toronto, 2013. Pfeifle is included in the Los Angeles Blue Book, the social register of Southern California, which serves as the region's secretive index of the most culturally influential families and individuals. He speaks French, German, and Spanish.
SCHEDULEWhile the schedule can vary greatly, this is what a typical schedule looks like:4pm Meet and greet5pm Lessons from Felix Pfeifle6pm Cocktail and hors d’oeuvres7pm Fine dinning with special guests
LOCATION will be determined after booking based on availability. Some of our favorites include the Getty Center and The Restaurant over looking pacific ocean.
SPECIAL GUESTS: Felix will also invite his friends along for a truly memorable experience.
Participants: Min. 4 and Max. 8.
EXPERIENCE FEE: $300 per person
Experience fees include: admission fees, civility training, cocktail and hors d’oeuvres, dinner at a special location, refreshments, and some surprises along the way.
You will not be charged until we meet the minimum participants requirement.