Glenn Pushelberg

Interior Designer; Product/Industrial Designer / Canada; United States / Yabu Pushelberg

Glenn Pushelberg’s Book List

I travel often, however, most times I’m catching up on sleep or following up on emails. I take time to read when I am on holiday at our beach house in Amagansett, where I can really shut off and focus on something that’s not work. Most books I read are strongly recommended by friends, which is always enjoyable. Visually intriguing and entertaining me is key.

My selection represents a mix of books that I keep coming back to and refer to often whether in life, or at work.

2 books
Edmund White

Paris has always been a city that interests me, with its seemingly endless cornucopia of establishments all rich in personality and culture and strewn amongst each districts and rolled into one urban center. This book captures the curious confusion and enjoyment of moving and weaving through this tourist mecca that has remained a very authentic and local-centric city.

Patti Smith

This epic love story about Ms. Smith’s infamous relationship with Robert Mapplethorpe is fascinating and entertaining. Although they were young and they led reckless lives together in New York City’s grittiest days, this book is truly a gentle memoir of the genuine respect and love she felt for Mapplethorpe’s wild unrelenting creative psyche and ability to push boundaries that remain iconic and inspiring.

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