Chicago-based Bruce Fox Design is known for compelling interiors that defy duplication, exceed expectations and are a testament to Bruce’s discerning eye and exacting standards. Equally inspired by the “art of nature” and “the nature of art,” his evocative, richly layered compositions reflect Bruce’s appreciation for authentic materials, fine craftsmanship and objects that record traces of time and the mark of human hands.
Bruce grew up in a small Michigan town, where he loved studying books filled with architectural plans. He learned to draw and design at a young age, sometimes raking leaves into lines that traced the dimensions of his dream homes. Those days marked the beginning of a lifelong interest in interior architecture and design. With 25+ years of expertise, Bruce Fox Design’s projects range from country estates and second homes to primary city and suburban residences. His interiors have been featured in publications such as Architectural Digest, Elle Décor, Crain’s Chicago Business and Luxe Magazine and he is the recipient of the Institute of Classical Architecture & Art’s 2016 and 2020 Acanthus Award for Excellence in Classical and Vernacular Design.