"I design interiors, and furniture and flatware, and so forth. But I think the way I live is maybe the most meaningful." – Ward Bennett
With a career spanning more than five decades and affluent clients ranging from Tiffany & Co. to David Rockefeller, Ward Bennet was the ultimate renaissance designer. From textiles to architecture to interiors to furniture, his signature minimalistic technique was rich with life and style, with a reputation unmatched.
The first and only book to celebrate the leading designer, affluent publisher Phaidon just released a comprehensive look at the icon through unpublished materials, sketches, photos, and an unprinted interview with Bennett himself, who passed in 2003.
If you consider yourself a fan of good design, you owe it to yourself to explore this gorgeous and inspiring read. And if there's someone in your life who works in the creative arts, this would be an unexpectedly perfect gift this holiday season.
Available on Amazon Prime and priced at just $65, this book is money well spent.