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Art House by Chara Schreyer and Gary Hutton

The Art House is a collaboration between the art collector Chara Schreyer’s with interior designer Gary Hutton has produced five residences designed to house 600 works of art, including masterpieces by Marcel Duchamp, Andy Warhol, Donald Judd, Louise Nevelson, Diane Arbus, and Frank Stella.


Gary Hutton is one of the country’s top interior designers, sought after for his artful, conceptual approach. His visionary projects include residences for leading collectors, CEOs, and tastemakers, as well as the interiors for the new San Francisco Museum of Craft and Design. His furniture collection, which marks its 30th anniversary this year, is represented at showrooms in San Francisco, New York, Los Angeles and beyond. He studied fine art at UC Davis with artists Manuel Neri and Wayne Thibaud and holds a graduate degree in design from California College of the Arts (CCA).

Art House chronicles an extraordinary life dedicated to living with art, and a friendship devoted to designing homes to honor it. One of the world’s leading art collectors, Chara Schreyer has built a staggering collection of six hundred works, and her forty-year collaboration with interior designer Gary Hutton has produced five spectacular residences to house them. Art House is a breathtaking visual tour of these houses, which range from an architectural tour-de-force to a high-rise “gallery as home.”

This book can take readers on a breathtaking visual tour of these stunning spaces, which range from an architectural tour-de-force to a high-rise “gallery as home.” An exploration of a life devoted to living with art and to designing homes that honor it, this title is an inspiration for art and design lovers alike.

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