Acclaimed designer Brian Gluckstein is renowned for creating luxurious, liveable interiors. As principal of GlucksteinDesign, his portfolio includes residential projects in cities such as Aspen, Palm Beach, Miami and New York, and high-profile commercial projects such as the Four Seasons Hotel Palm Beach. Brian is internationally recognized as one of the top thirty-five designers in the world by Andrew Martin’s Interior Design Journal. Brian lives and works in Toronto, New York, and Palm Beach.
Brian graduated from Ryerson University’s prestigious Interior Design degree program. In 1986, he founded GlucksteinDesign, which has since been honoured with numerous awards for design excellence, including ARIDO Awards for Excellence in Residential, Commercial, Corporate Design, and the National Builders Association and America’s Awards for Excellence in Sales Office and Model.
As a regular guest expert on nationally broadcast television show “Cityline” for over 20 years, Brian has offered design solutions and advice on home style. Voted Favourite Interior Designer by the readers of House and Home, in 1999 Brian launched GlucksteinHome, a complete line of home furnishings including furniture, tabletop, bedding, bath and décor bringing his elegant aesthetic to a wider public.
In 2010, Brian collaborated with Benjamin Moore Paints to create a select colour palette to complement the GlucksteinHome collection. Brian recently designed a line of fine china for Lenox, available at retailers across North America including Macy’s and Bloomingdales. Brian’s product collection and interior design work has appeared in Architectural Digest, Elle Décor, and House Beautiful.
Dedicated to the positive impact of design in society, Brian led the refurbishment of the Rehabilitation Clinic at the Hospital for Sick Children, transforming the space into the bright and functional environment it is today. Since 2013, Brian has designed the show home for Princess Margaret Cancer Centre’s annual Welcome Home Sweepstakes. For the past two years, Brian has been on the Board of Directors of the Children’s Aid Foundation, which funds programs to support education and welfare of vulnerable children.