In his first book, Billy Cotton: Interior and Design Work, NYC designer Billy Cotton takes us on a tour of notable homes he’s created for a rarified art world clientele, including Lisa Yuskavage and Matvay Levenstein; artist Margaret Lee and gallerist Oliver Newton; and artist and photographer Cindy Sherman. Working with veteran design writer Meyer Rus and photographer Steven Kent Johnson, Cotton features 15 projects that display his distinctive touch, mixing historical and modern influences.
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Frequently asked questions
Who is Billy Cotton?
Billy Cotton is an interior designer known for his elegant and timeless designs.
What is 'Required Reading'?
'Required Reading' is a series on Remodelista that highlights inspiring and influential design books.
What is 'Billy Cotton: The Essential Elements of Style'?
'Billy Cotton: The Essential Elements of Style' is a book that showcases Billy Cotton's work and design philosophy.
What can I expect to see in the book?
The book features a selection of Cotton's residential and commercial projects, as well as interviews with the designer and insights into his design process.
Where can I buy the book?
The book is available for purchase on Amazon and other book retailers.
Is Billy Cotton available for design consultations?
Yes, Billy Cotton Design offers interior design and architecture services. You can contact them through their website.