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Thad Hayes: The Tailored Interior
Written by Thad Hayes, Contribution by Evelyn H. Lauder, Introduction by Charles Gandee
About This Book
Since establishing his office in New York in 1985, Thad Hayes has become one of the most sought-after young interior designers. As the twenty-two residences here show, he is noted for light-filled interiors characterized by calm colors, quietude, and elegance. His interiors embrace the period and the modern, significant objects and simple ones, furniture he finds and pieces he designs. Hayes’s rooms resound in meditative understatement but are not afraid of being daring. From a penthouse on Central Park, a Deco duplex on Park Avenue, or a pied-à-terre at the Pierre Hotel to a Palm Beach retreat and Hamptons hideaway, his designs are remarkable for their symbiotic sensitivity to the client and his own subtle, extraordinarily beautiful aesthetic.
About the Author
Thad Hayes’s work has been frequently featured in House & Garden and Architectural Digest, where he was on the coveted "AD 100" list and also named one of the "Deans of Design." Charles Gandee is a well-known arts and design critic and journalist in New York, who was formerly with Vogue, Talk, and Architectural Record. Evelyn H. Lauder is a senior vice-president of Esteé Lauder Company and a client of Hayes for residential work.