on the outskirts of Philadelphia and
raised in Bedford, N.Y. The affluence of her
early environments greatly contributed to her
sense of style and design. Summering in the
Adirondacks and Canada balanced the
classical with rustic simplicity.
of age in the 1960's, educated in the
streets, Zina Glazebrook absorbed everything
she was exposed to.
sense of color, scale, and proportion
came from a burning desire to understand
how things fit together and how to make
them comfortable to the eye.
window installations led to client's
requesting her design sense for their personal
her business expanded, her sophisticated
point of view is best described as primitive
has been published in House & Garden,
The New York Times, and Distinction
Magazine as well as several design books.
Traveling from her studio in East Hampton,
N.Y., she has been involved in projects from
the renovation of a cow barn in the hamptons
to a fishing camp in Argentina.