Over the past 50 years Geoffrey Bradfield’s rare talent has propelled him into the upper echelon of design. Geoffrey Bradfield: 50 Years of Style invites us along on his personal journey from a privileged, yet humble childhood, through his peak design years as the premier designer to his “silent celebritiy” clientele, to the august of his years as he takes ownership of his life and illustrious career, past and present. Revisiting important projects at defining moments in his professional and personal past, Bradfield guides us on an intimate, elegant journey through a life of style.
Geoffrey Bradfield: 50 Years of Style invites us into the personal journey of one the world’s foremost and influential designers of the past fifty years. Born in Africa, Geoffrey came to New York with an already realized sense of style predicated on breathtaking risks. His design clientele includes some of the most prominent, aristocratic, and royal families in the world. Among the many highly celebrated projects are a major overhaul of Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney’s Westbury, Long Island estate, restoration of the late King Hussein’s mansion in Maryland, the design of Hollywood director Oliver Stone’s riverside New York apartment, and a reconceptualization of the 200-room Equinox Resort in Vermont. Revisiting important projects at defining moments in his professional and personal past, Bradfield guides us on an intimate, elegant journey through a fashionable life in Geoffrey Bradfield: 50 Years of Style.
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Geoffrey Bradfield is an interior designer whose many highly celebrated projects include a major overhaul of Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney's Westbury, Long Island, estate and the Manhattan apartment of Oscar-winning director Oliver Stone. He lives in New York City.