Growing up on Long Island in an eccentric family of dairy farmers and as well as a small clan of renowned designers, photographers and artists in Manhattan was the foundation …
Growing up on Long Island in an eccentric family of dairy farmers and as well as a small clan of renowned designers, photographers and artists in Manhattan was the foundation of Jamie’s interest in a design with an eye toward the natural world. After studying architecture in New Orleans and in Italy, Jamie relocated to Los Angeles to focus his design practice on the unsung heroes of mid-century modern residential architecture. It was here that he founded Jamie Bush + Co. in 2002, and has since worked on some of the most significant historical residential modernist homes in the US.
Recognized for his ability to blur the lines between architecture and interior design, his ethos has always been to approach the design of a space as one holistic vision. Admired for his relevant and keen understanding of architecture and design, Jamie’s designs have been featured in over 100 publications worldwide including Architectural Digest, Interior Design, Vogue, Elle Decor, Wall Street Journal, Wallpaper, Los Angeles Times as well as several coffee table books. Jamie is currently a member of the Tulane School of Architecture Board of Advisors and has been honored into both the AD 100 top global architects and designers of the year, as well as Elle Decor’s A-List of top designers.
He splits his time between Los Angeles and his houseboat on Long Island close to his family.