A partner at powerhouse international design firm Pentagram, Luke Hayman is a New York-based graphic designer and creative director who has redesigned many of the leading publications of our day, including The Atlantic, Time, Consumer Reports, Foreign Affairs, and Travel + Leisure. Born in Hertforshire, England, and a graduate of Central St. Martin's School of Art, he has lived in New York for the past 20 years. In 2006, Luke was awarded a National Magazine Award for his rebranding of New York magazine at the start of Adam Moss's tenure.
Luke teaches at the School of Visual Arts and lectures in journalism at Columbia University. He is currently renovating the galley kitchen in his Manhattan apartment.
Above: Luke Hayman is judging our Best Living/Dining Space (Amateur) category.
5 Things to Know About Luke:
Cities I've Lived In: Addis Ababa, Dallas, London, New York.
Favorite Restaurant: Mill on the Floss in New Ashford, Massachusetts.
Favorite Shop: Vinçon in Barcelona. (Photograph via Ideas to Steal.)
On My Wish List for My House: A Lagotto Romagnolo. (Photograph via Lagotto Romagnolo Club of Canada.)