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Joe Nahem founded Fox-Nahem with his late business partner, Tom Fox, more than 30 years ago. His work, which includes a curation of rare vintage pieces and works by artisans from all over the world, has been featured in most major design magazines, and many books on interiors. His designs can be found in the former home of Jacqueline Kennedy at 740 Park Avenue and the famed Dakota, as well as in residences by master architects such as Stanford White, Charles Gwathmey, and Richard Meier. The firm’s first tome, Fox-Nahem: The Design Visions of Joe Nahem will be published in 2017, features a selection of Fox-Nahem’s more than three decades of remarkable designs.
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