Designing homes, interiors and art collections for clients that reflect their individuality, intent and the ethos of their surroundings with Glenda Flaim, Managing Director of Butler Armsden Architects.

WHO:

Glenda Flaim, General Manager, Butler Armsden Architects

Glenda is a Managing Principal at Butler Armsden Architects and a licensed architect in California and Italy. During her 17 years at BAA, she has led numerous projects in San Francisco and the surrounding Bay Area, including the Sea Cliff Sculptural, the award-winning Valley of the Moon Retreat, and the Portola Valley Courtyard House. The representation of modern architecture in a historical context was a signature of many of her projects. Glenda’s design sensibility is shaped by her youth and education in Italy and her passion for Californian modernism, which she has developed through her more than 20 years of life in the Bay Area. In her free time, she participates in architecture competitions in Italy and the USA, and enjoys cooking and spending time in her garden.

Lisa Lindenbaum ’97, Art Advisor, Lindenbaum Art Advisory, Inc.

Lindenbaum Art Advisory offers services to individuals and corporate clients who want to build significant art collections. We work with our clients to acquire works of art that suit their aesthetic and conceptual interests and are shaped by research and experience in the world of contemporary art. Lisa has been a consultant for eight years and has worked for leading contemporary art galleries in San Francisco (Haines Gallery) and New York since 2001.

Gary Hutton, Designer, Gary Hutton Design

Gary Hutton’s subversively beautiful modern work and 40 year career live at the intersection of interior design and fine arts to create projects with clarity, lushness, emotion and joy. Hutton is trained in studio art and interior design, creating trend-setting interiors that are sought after by taste makers in many areas and by customers looking for curated living. Gary Hutton’s furniture collection, launched in 1986, is admired around the world. Recent achievements include Art House (Assouline, New York) and Interiors: The Largest Rooms of the Century (Phaidon, London-New York-Paris). Hutton’s office is full of awards, recognitions, and applause from the communities he serves with his altruism and talents. https://www.GaryHuttonDesign.com.

Designing homes, interiors and art collections for clients that reflect their individuality, intent and the ethos of their surroundings with Glenda Flaim, Managing Director of Butler Armsden Architects.

WHO:

Glenda Flaim, General Manager, Butler Armsden Architects

Glenda is a Managing Principal at Butler Armsden Architects and a licensed architect in California and Italy. During her 17 years at BAA, she has led numerous projects in San Francisco and the surrounding Bay Area, including the Sea Cliff Sculptural, the award-winning Valley of the Moon Retreat, and the Portola Valley Courtyard House. The depiction of modern architecture in a historical context was a signature of many of her projects. Glenda’s design sensibility is shaped by her youth and education in Italy and her passion for Californian modernism, which she has developed in the Bay Area for over 20 years. In her free time, she participates in architecture competitions in Italy and the USA, and enjoys cooking and spending time in her garden.

Lisa Lindenbaum ’97, Art Advisor, Lindenbaum Art Advisory, Inc.

Lindenbaum Art Advisory offers services to individuals and corporate clients who want to build significant art collections. We work with our clients to acquire works of art that suit their aesthetic and conceptual interests and are shaped by research and experience in the world of contemporary art. Lisa has been a consultant for eight years and has worked for leading contemporary art galleries in San Francisco (Haines Gallery) and New York since 2001.

Gary Hutton, Designer, Gary Hutton Design

Gary Hutton’s subversively beautiful modern work and 40 year career live at the intersection of interior design and fine arts to create projects with clarity, lushness, emotion and joy. Hutton is trained in studio art and interior design and creates trend-setting interiors that are sought after by taste makers in many areas and by customers looking for curated living. Gary Hutton’s furniture collection, launched in 1986, is admired around the world. Recent achievements include Art House (Assouline, New York) and Interiors: The Largest Rooms of the Century (Phaidon, London-New York-Paris). Hutton’s office is full of awards, recognitions, and applause from the communities he serves with his altruism and talents. https://www.GaryHuttonDesign.com.