Mark Brazier Jones

New Zealander, 1956
Hyde Hall Barn Whiteley Lane
Buckland, Buntingford SG9 0RU

Since 1983 Brazier-Jones has honed a collection and philosophy unique in the world of interior design earning a devoted international following of royals, entrepreneurs and celebrities. He treats his work as a narrative, the first line of a poem for the viewer to finish, functional art where we the user engage directly with the work. Enhanced by the ambiance created from his subtle lighting we are emotionally opened to the message of beauty, exploring cultural symbols and sacred geometry. The agenda is timeless ... objects of desire fashioned from noble lasting materials, bronze, steel, precious stone and rich fabrics.

 Flagged by Architectural Digest as 'one to watch', contemporary design auctions at Sotheby's, Christie's and Phillips consistently report rising prices and demand from collectors for early pieces.

 Examples are held in: The Victoria & Albert Museum, London, Musée des Arts Décoratifs, Paris, The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, The Brooklyn Museum, New York and The Museum of Art and Design, New York.

 The Brazier-Jones studio is a rustic 16th Century barn one hour north of London in rural Hertfordshire. Here with a very small team of skilled craftsmen, he works on commissions and develops his designs. 

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