Victoria Sanchez, one of America’s premier design professionals, has been creating one-of-a-kind interiors for hundreds of prominent clients over the past three decades.
The husband and wife team and creative force behind FOUR POINT, Laura and Cliff Muller, provide clients with the expertise of over sixty years of combined independent experience in the field of residential and commercial luxury interior design, construction, and project management. FOUR POINT's strong collaborative style encourages a positive and inclusive process, and their long lasting relationships with specialists, engineers, and trade suppliers allows them to bring an unmatched level of service.
Alan Tanksley is among America’s leading practitioners of residential design, acclaimed for his versatility and attention to detail, and excelling in his architectural approach to interior space planning and timely delivery of handsome and approachable rooms for living.
With roots in both Indiana and Washington, DC, Keith Fritz's passion for furniture blossomed at an early age. As a teenager, Keith logged over 1200 hours into his first piece of furniture, an award-winning ornate Bombay Chippendale secretary. After years of building his business, Keith Fritz Fine Furniture is now represented by the finest trade-only showrooms across the country. Every piece Keith creates is lovingly handmade and the tailored to the client's exact specifications. Keith's reputation for timely delivery and excellent customer service make him a valuable partner to the most discerning interior designs and architects across the country.
Since 2013, Patrick Cain Designs has been crafting handmade pieces that evoke the unity of urban sprawl with the natural world: elemental foundations like wood and steel are fused with Patrick's background in Materials Science and Engineering. PCD furniture lives and breathes the essence of American life: the natural order and modern technology, together at last; truly unique statement pieces that both you and the environment can afford.
All PCD furniture is designed, crafted, built, and created in Los Angeles by the hands of skilled artisans and craftspeople from all walks of life.
Orlando Diaz-Azcuy has been a designer for 50 years. The hallmarks of his work — intelligent pragmatism, quiet elegance — have remained consistent over his long career.
He worked alongside design luminaries like Lawrence Halprin and Arthur Gensler before opening Orlando Diaz-Azcuy Design Associates in 1987; he has designed furniture collections for Steelcase, McGuire, HBF, Boyd Lighting and Matsuoka.
Diaz-Azcuy holds a degree in Architecture from Catholic University of America, and in Landscape Architecture and City & Regional Planning, both from the University of California at Berkeley; he has also received two honorary doctorates. He is a member of Interior Design's Hall of Fame, and has been named as Interiors magazine's Designer of the Year and a California Icon of Design.
Laurence Carr is a leading voice in the field of Holistic Interior Design. With current features in Forbes, The Wall Street Journal, Business of Home, Domino, Apartment Therapy, Sotheby’s Home, House Tipster, Style Matters, and The Chaise Lounge Podcast to name a few. Laurence is shaping our cultural dialogue through her work, her blog “Beyond Aesthetics” and her speaking engagements. In 2019, she won the BUILD awards from Homes and Gardens UK, and was nominated for the ASID National Awards 2019 for “Design for Humanity.” Laurence was one of the speakers at the Circular City Week in New York in March and revealed “The Restorative Room” at the Hampton Designers Showhouse 2019 in Southampton NY.
After many years of working in marketing, business development, and public relations for firms including Deloitte, Ernst & Young, PwC, and Accenture, Maryline Damour returned to school to study interior design at Parson The New School for Design, eventually co-founding a full-service design/build firm with business partner Fred Drake. Originally from Haiti, Maryline has been actively involved in building projects in her home country since the earthquake of 2010. In 2018, Maryline developed the Kingston Design Connection to connect Hudson Valley designers to each other, to potential clients, and to the growing design scene in Kingston.
Kingston Design Connection hosted its first design showhouse in October 2018. It included 10 interior designers, over 40 Hudson Valley makers and over 50 local design/build companies.
Working with a team of locally-based agents, Toma Clark Haines (founder of The Antiques Diva & Co.), has become Europe’s largest antiques touring company, offering customized antiques buying tours in eight countries to both tourists and the trade (antique dealers and interior designers).
Everything in Brazil is a mixture: accents, climates, ideologies, landscapes. With a laboratory of ideas as vast as Brazil's demographic boundaries, the Raiz Project's creations depict the identity of the country: diversity. Recognizing that the combination of cultures feeds the national creativity and nurtures a unique personality, the Raiz Project aims to show the world the many features that form the basis of Brazilian furniture design, influenced by all the cultural aspects that surround it.
Sally Williams, Owner and Principal Designer of Colorful Concepts Interior Design, has a design aesthetic that is timeless and free of stylistic premises working in contemporary and traditional spaces alike.
She begins her designs with the color palette, which sets the tone for the entire project. Sally transforms a space artistically, providing balanced composition and soulful color schemes set in crisp optimistic environments. She has a strong philosophy that environments impact peoples’ daily lives, and she works with the client to deeply understand what they want and need in their space.
Colorful Concepts is a full service Interior Design studio providing professional services in residential renovation design, space planning, new home materials selections, custom window treatments and furnishings, fine art and craft consulting, and more.
In 1866, on the Japanese island of Honshu, the Matsuoka family began producing exceptionally fine examples of traditional Japanese wedding furniture. For the next one and half centuries, this family-owned company has refined and perfected their techniques and kept many ancient artisanal skills alive.
Matsuoka’s reputation for excellence has continued to grow, and it is now deservedly acknowledged as one of the finest furniture makers in the country. Their meticulous attention to detail, fine quality and the rare and exotic timbers used in their pieces, showcase their craft superbly.
Long-time friends with a mutual love of beautiful things, Deena Ottensoser and Shani Kramer partnered together in the summer of 2007 to form DOSK Interiors, focusing on designing beautiful and unique interior spaces.
Deena and Shani both graduated from FIT and worked for many years in the architecture, furniture, design and marketing space. Over this time they were able to cultivate their distinctive design aesthetic.
With a keen understanding of what makes a space "feel good" and taking great pride in keeping their fingers on the pulse of current design resources, Deena and Shani work together with their clients to create livable timeless spaces.
DOSK is experienced and comfortable reworking existing homes, as well as planning and developing projects in the pre-construction phase. Deena and Shani are meticulous with their choices and decisions, and are focused on their clients' satisfaction as the primary goal.
Their list of clients are located all around New Jersey and Manhattan, as well as Scarsdale, Connecticut and the Hamptons.
Sarah Von Dreele has been the creative director of Onethread Design, Inc., a New York-based design consultancy, which she founded in 2003. She has spent the last 20 years of her career developing brands and communication systems for business to business and consumer facing clients. Hailing from the rust belt of Pittsburgh, Sarah has applied her tireless work ethic to a comprehensive, visual exploratory process, informed by client goals and business strategy.
After a career of marketing strategies, photoshoots, and all things rag right, Sarah has returned to her desire of the process of making by hand. What began as a simple creative exercise at the end of the day quickly evolved into a collection of surface designs, painted exclusively in gouache. Sarah has always been influenced throughout her career by pattern as a visual and organizational tool. Her latest works explore the integration of imperfection and repetition to create rich patterns. The abstracted floral and geometric forms are ethereal and calm, lending themselves to a variety of applications for the curated home.
In addition to her collaborations with interior designers and an upcoming line of products with a home decor brand, Sarah’s work is currently being distributed as wall decor to the trade by the London-based fine art publisher Rosenstiel. In May of 2019, Sarah launched her debut collection of wallpaper at ICFF 2019 in New York.
Sarah received a BFA in Graphic Design from Rhode Island School of Design in 1997. Between overseeing her design consultancy, painting what she sees, and keeping up with her second grader, she patiently pursues her interest in learning the French language.
Sarah welcomes commissions, partnerships, and collaborations which extend the hand-painted designs to bespoke interiors and consumer products.