Jeffrey Bilhuber American Master: Notes on Style and Substance
Jeffrey Bilhuber’s rooms are described as brilliant, modern, and livable. His projects cover a broad range of edifice from country to city, throughout the nation. The tableau changes monumentally from client to client, and originality is delivered to every project. Let’s talk about his high-profile client list, with names like Anna Wintour, Trey Lard, Hubert de Givenchy, Iman and David Bowie, Ela Peretti…
You can never be bored or uncomfortable in one of Bilhuber’s rooms.
This Rizzoli book is a beautiful collection of his projects, co-authored by Sara Ruffin Costello (of Domino Magazine), with a foreword by Mariska Hargitay (of Law & Order: Special Victims Unit) and photography by world-renowned William Abranowicz. Readers will note that Jeffrey Bilhuber’s design is confident and original. He is bold and informed with his use of color, texture and pattern, with results that are dramatic, yet comfortable. One gets the sense of how fun working with Bilhuber must be, with his design-oriented principals quoted throughout the book that speak directly to readers, creating the feel of a dialogue. I will share a few below as you browse excerpts of this gorgeous book:
“I like anything that requires detailed, creative attention, especially lampshades.” – Jeffrey Bilhuber
Jeffrey Bilhuber’s work has been published in every major national and international shelter magazine. He is the author of four books. Order his latest here:
©Jeffrey Bilhuber American Master: Notes on Style and Substance by Jeffrey Bulhuber, Rizzoli New York, 2015. Images are ©William Abranowicz and may not be reproduced in any way, published, or transmitted digitally without written permission from the publisher. Serial rights are available.
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