His unique color technique, which he describes as "painterly" adds movement to a room by incorporating splashes of color around a room so that the eye continues moving and never gets stuck in one place. Notable residences he has designed include a Los Angeles showplace for Madonna, apartments in the Dakota (one of the most desirable addresses in New York City; also where Beatle John Lennon lived from 1973 to 1980), plus other historic New York landmark buildings, including multiple projects for his longtime client New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg.
He clearly knows his stuff when it comes to interior design. We caught up with Jamie recently to find out how he likes to infuse color—and happy living—in the kitchen.
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Photo credits: (top) John Bessler; (inset) Eric Roth.