Step up your interior game with inspiration from these notable New York City designers.
Jennifer Newman Interiors & Baxt Ingui Architects
103 EAST 75TH STREET, APT 7FE,
“We create timeless, robust furniture for indoor and external environments. Founder Jennifer Newman designs bold, beautifully engineered products. Colour and finish are vital to her.”
“BIA Interiors was formed as a natural progression between Tilev Design and Baxt Ingui Architects. Heather Tilev has a degree in Interior Environmental Design and a background in architecture.
Heather established Tilev Design in 2001 which went on to complete a number of successful projects including many with Baxt Ingui Architects making the integration of our practices easy and efficient.”
190 EAST 72ND STREET, APARTMENT 2A,
“A leading American furniture designer for over four decades, Edward J Wormley possessed a personal flair for embracing modern trends without a total departure from historical influences. His ability to combine the finest materials with outstanding craftsmanship became the cornerstone of his design statement. Wormley’s significant, personal contribution to modern design has earned him a position alongside his noted contemporaries: Harry Bertoia, Charles Eames, George Nelson, Jens Risom, and Eero Sarrinen.”
11 FIFTH AVENUE 19MN
“Anthony Ingrao is the principal of Ingrao Inc; an internationally acclaimed design and architecture firm established in 1982 and based in New York City. He partners with Randy Kemper in design and is assisted by 36 designers and architects. Ingrao Inc. has repeatedly been named to the AD100 list of the greatest talents in design today.
They have not only been recognized by Architectural Digest globally, but have been featured in Elle Décor, Vogue, Hamptons Magazine, The New York Times, Beach Magazine, Interior Design Magazine, New York Magazine, Avenue, design & architecture books, news articles and blogs over the Internet.”
130 EAST 67TH STREET, APARTMENT 3C
“Born and raised in New York City, Sara Cooper is a fashion and wardrobe stylist (and a longtime friend of mine). She’s got a fantastic eye—and a résumé to back it up! After graduating from Cornell University with a major in Textile and Apparel Design, she did visuals and styling for trendy New York shop Intermix for five years, before venturing out on her own to become a freelance stylist.”