Jamie Bush is a pure New Yorker living in Los Angeles. With art running through his veins since he grew up surrounded by notorious designers and artists. Jamie studied architecture and design in New Orleans and Italy. It was after completing his Masters in Architecture from Tulane University that he moved to L.A. and initiate his interior design firm in 2002.
Jamie Bush was lucky enough to collaborate with some other giants such as Steven Ehrlich, Marmol Radziner, David Hertz, Walker Workshop, Kelly Wearstler and Barbara Bestor just to name a few. Although, it was by flying solo that he has been working on some of the most significant historical residential modernist homes in the US. Take a look at some of Boca do Lobo‘s favorite projects by Jamie:
Jamie Bush decorated the interior of this 1940’s ranch to create a modern and minimalist environment.
In order to make the space joyful and lively, he added splashes of vibrant colors like peacock blue and lemon yellow in the living room, while natural, grounded shades of the wooden furniture make the interior more mature.
La Canada Mid-Century
Winner of the Architectural Merit Award by Pasadena Foothill AIA in 2012, this 5,000 square foot home is located in the foothills of La Cañada Flintridge.
In this mid-century home, the walls are covered with redwood and the clerestory windows offer a privacy and isolation feeling. Tones of deep browns are interweaved with black in the living room, and this is united with the simple lustrous language of the steel kitchen.
This one is iconic! A piece of modernist architecture designed by John Lautner with a magnificent view of the Silverlake reservoir in Los Angeles.
Jamie took care of the interiors by conceiving a domestic space with movable walls and fluted cypress paneling. Divided into intersecting semicircles that include a kitchen, living and sleeping areas, be part of the indoor space details like a curved sofa in the living room, a “Tivoli” coffee table, and Portuguese cork ceiling tiles as well as technologically advanced elements such as retractable ceilings and passive heating.
San Francisco Townhouse
In the heart of San Francisco, there’s a modern townhouse that is sprinkled with a combo of surrealist art, vintage pieces, and unconventional, organically shaped objects.
Contemporary furniture is connected to historic pieces, and there’s a sharp contrast of materials and textures. Cheerful colors facing more exquisite shades, spacious floors, green terraces, and the blackened steel and oak staircase are some of the components that bring the space to life.
In 2017 Jamie Bush was chosen by the Tulane School of Architecture Board of Advisors and most recently honored into the 2020 AD100 top global architects and designers of the year, as well as Elle Decor’s A-List of top designers for 2020.
Thanks to his ample knowledge in architecture and design, Jamie Bush has the ability to approach each space with a far-reaching vision. We are assumed fans of his projects! There’s no doubt that Jamie is an authentic master in this art of furnishing modern homes. Don’t you agree?