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Fox-Nahem Associates‘ president Joe Nahem’s brilliant eye is revealed in new ways with each job. His design signature is his ability to delve deep into his clients’ minds, realizing their ideas, desires, and individual tastes, right from the first contact. The end result is a house for active families that is luxuriously comfortable, stylish, and livable: places that reflect the people who live there.
Joe and his late business partner, Tom Fox, were born and raised in New York City and founded Fox-Nahem Associates in their early twenties. After three decades of expertise, Joe and his dedicated team have established a network of loyal partners that assist them in bringing their creative designs, which are unique to each project, to reality. He curates rare vintage artifacts and collaborates with artists, craftspeople, and artisans from all over the world, changing with the times without succumbing to trends.
Fox-Nahem Associates is a small, hands-on organization that cares about its clients. Many clients return for subsequent projects once we use judgment to preserve their privacy. The firm’s projects are completed on schedule and below budget by overseeing every aspect of turnkey completion, from architecture to bed linens.
Fox-Nahem has been included in a number of top design lists, including the AD 100, Elle Decor A-List-Top 25, New York Magazine’s Top 100, New York Spaces Top 50 Designers, and Luxe Magazine’s Gold List, in addition to features in most major design journals and several books on interiors.
Robert A.M. Stern designed this recently built townhouse in Manhattan’s West Village. Fox-Nahem Associates reimagined the five-story home, adding texture, warmth, shape, and color while keeping the client’s significant art collection in mind.
This new penthouse was built atop NYC’s renowned Puck Building, designed by architect Jose Ramirez. Fox-Nahem Associates was tasked with rearranging the spaces and creating a welcoming and comfortable atmosphere for a young family.
Paul Rudolph redesigned this historic nineteenth-century mansion in the 1970s. The new owners enlisted Fox-Nahem Associates to work with Steven Harris Architects on a total gut renovation that preserved much of Rudolph’s original design character.
For the Fox-Nahem Associates team, the opportunity to tackle “New Traditional” in one of NYC’s most prominent buildings was a welcome one. The idea was to create a place that seemed lighter and more contemporary while still keeping the formal grandeur that the space was designed to have.
FN took a fairly “vanilla” undistinguished room and elevated it by adding layers of architectural and finish detail for a NYC full-floor apartment owned by a second-time client. Plaster wall finishes, fluted walnut paneling, and new bathrooms were supplemented by custom-created and found vintage pieces, which eliminated any generic, spec-apartment quality that may have existed previously.
A young, energetic family sought FN to remodel the interiors of their vast, historic Greenwich home to more truly reflect their current interests, which included a significant contemporary art collection and extremely conventional furnishings. This 10,000-square-foot home was meticulously cleaned from top to bottom. FN expertly produced a highly personal space marked by elegance, timelessness, and a splash of fun by seamlessly mixing refined vintage pieces, unique designs, and commissioned artisan pieces. Finally, FN achieved a nice equilibrium between art and interior design.
Fox-Nahem Associates designed a Gramercy Park penthouse for a single father that is as exquisitely made as a bespoke suit and just as comfy.
Annabelle Selldorf and Fox-Nahem Associates were enlisted by a New York gallery owner and his family to design a Hamptons retreat where their blue-chip art collection could shine.
In a magnificent Hamptons compound tailor-made for family fun, Robert Downey Jr. and his wife, producer Susan Downey, take a break from the fast lane.
East Hampton Beach House was designed and built by Joe Nahem in collaboration with Steve Chrostowski of Alveary Architecture.
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