Eve Robinson Associates Inc.
Eve Robinson
2091 Broadway, 3rd Floor
New York, NY
212.595.0661 | www.everobinson.net

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Courtesy of Eve Robinson Associates Inc.

Eve Robinson started her career at Polo/Ralph Lauren before evolving toward interior design. She founded her eponymous firm in 1990 and since then her work has appeared in leading design publications, as well as a number of books, such as Designers Here and There and Waterworks: Inventing Bath Style. In addition, Robinson’s work will be included in Carl Dellatore’s new book Master Class, to be published by Rizzoli this fall. Robinson recently completed the model apartment for the newly renovated Woolworth building tower apartments. The firm is currently working on a Park Avenue apartment, East Side townhouse, and a Tudor home in Scarsdale.

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