Geoffrey Bradfield

  • Jorge S. Arango

Signature: “I am a modernist, and my work is largely predicated on the use of major contemporary art. Although I have great respect for the past, I like my work to reflect our moment in time.” Bradfield also is instrumental in building exceptional collections of important antiques, and he has a particular fondness for the masters of the Art Deco movement. His work has become more and more reductive over the years, and nowadays its sense of luxury feels exquisitely distilled.

Sphere of Work: Asia, the Caribbean, Central America, Europe, the Middle East, North America

Fields: Residential, hotels, restaurants, yachts, jets, retail, diplomatic residences, furniture, carpets, fabric

Clients: Not for nothing is Bradfield known as “The Billionaires’ Designer”—the list includes Oliver Stone, Redskins owner Dan Snyder, and many others who wish to remain private

Current Notable Projects: “The interiors for a 100,000-square-foot house in Japan, a 200,000-square-foot residence in Shanghai, and a massive project in Mexico City.”

Books: Defining Millennium Modern, Ex Arte, and another in the works

(212.758.1773, www.geoffreybradfield.com)

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