Suzanne Tucker is a principal of the award-winning San Francisco interior design firm Tucker & Marks, which she co-founded with Timothy Marks in 1987, following the death of her design mentor, the legendary Michael Taylor (they purchased his business in 1986.)
She is the author of a beautiful new book, “Rooms to Remember: The Classic Interiors of Suzanne Tucker,” which she has just launched at a glamorous party in New York.
“Rooms to Remember: The Classic Interiors of Suzanne Tucker,” showcases her diverse and site-specific styles in twenty projects, ranging from formal Mediterranean-style villas to sophisticated city apartments, and airy Napa Valley retreats to rustic mountainside houses.
Suzanne’s personal, engaging commentary reveals her spirited nature, many sources of inspiration, creative process, and valuable tips that can be applied to interiors of any age, style, or mood.
Architect Andrew Skurman was Suzanne’s partner in the complete renovation of the beautiful third-floor residence at the prestigious 1001 California Street building atop Nob Hill (recently featured by San Francisco Luxury Living.)
Book: Rooms To Remember: The Classic Interiors of Suzanne Tucker
Publisher: The Monacelli Press, 2009
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