Jamie Bush Co. is massively recognizable for its prestigious settings, that is able to compose within his interior design projects. With a childhood background in Long Island, the designer explored the whole world, in order to educate himself into the design area, with a focus on organic modernism. Bush clearly states that the “creative, dedicated people I surround myself with every day – they are family to me and I’m so fortunate to be surrounded by such great souls”. Come with us and find out more.
He thrives professionally when he has “a client that trusts me and allows me to create a home for them that is a complete artistic vision“. That is an ultimate joy for the designer because he’s able to transform a space into something magnificent, focusing on his design identity, as well as respecting the client’s taste and personality.
It’s not always easy to have a strategy to capture that specific type of client, but the Jamie Bush Co. shares his methods, in order to present his work to the world, as well as attract potential clients.
We do focus a lot on publishing our projects in the states and internationally. It’s fun to see a finished job photographed and toss it out in the world and see how the response is. I’m always surprised how well-received our work has been for so many years and it’s so appreciated. We do use social media, mostly Instagram to promote our work and it’s been great to meet editors, photographers, stylists, writers, etc. who we’ve formed partnerships with.
Jamie Bush Co. founded his own interior architecture and design firm in 2002 and has already transformed some of the most incredible and historical residential modernist homes in the United States. Although is highly recognizable for his astounding work, he has overcome his fair share of challenging times.
Like many people, the financial crisis of 2008 was devastating to our business and we had to let almost everyone go and honestly slowly start over. We paired down and took anything that paid the bills and slowly got to work again. Luckily, we already had a clientele and a portfolio of completed and published work which gave us a boost once the economy started to turn around. I always felt bad for designers just starting out at that time but now, fortunately, everyone is busy.
The founder of Jamie Bush Co. proudly affirms that he has “definitely reached some of my goals and important milestones so far and nearing 50 there are so many more things I’d like to do including starting a family, designing a furniture line, publish a book or books of my work, having a solo art show of my paintings and making a home for myself with a beautiful garden”.
Of course, there are many things that Jamie Bush Co. would still like to accomplish, and we’re sure that that won’t be a problem. But right now, he has over 10 different projects that are keeping him busy.
A luxury high rise in Manhattan, a period mid-century home by Pierre Koenig in Palos Verdes, California; a large brutalist vacation home on Lake Tahoe in Nevada and many more.
Inspired by “the architecture, the site, and our clients”, his projects “tend to be aesthetically varied but they are always inspired by color, nature and organic textures“. Jamie Bush Co. has always approached the design of the space as one holistic vision. His firm has collaborated with some of the most respected names in the business including Steven Ehrlich, Marmol Radziner, David Hertz, and many more. Jamie’s designs have been featured in over 70 publications worldwide including Architectural Digest, Interior Design, Vogue, Elle Decor, Wall Street Journal, Los Angeles Times.
“These smaller makers are creating the most brilliant and beautifully made pieces that a large manufacturer isn’t capable of doing. There is something about bench-made pieces fabricated by hand which is of the highest caliber for me”. As the future goes into the interior design, Jamie Bush Co. finds it hard to say what’s coming but he definitely thinks that “mass production, modular housing, and more environmentally conscience fabrication is already happening”.