Venus Williams: Think Like an Entrepreneur, Head to the Cloud

Venus Williams

Venus Williams learned a lot from her father and mother growing up, the game of tennis, female self-esteem, and thinking like an entrepreneur.  According to her 2010 New York Times best seller, “Come to Win“, after four to five hours of practice a day, her father would hold family discussions about economics and social Darwinism. […]

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Minimalist with a Vision: Lucy Harris

Pablo Picasso once said, “Art washes away from the soul the dust of everyday life.”  Lucy Harris’ interiors achieve exactly this. An oasis in the bustle and clatter of hectic New York City, her rooms are clean, serene, and timeless in a way that declutters the mind and calms the soul.     Lucy’s childhood […]

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Andrew Suvalsky — Mr. Color

We had the opportunity to sit down with Andrew on a couch in his beautiful Chelsea office, blocks away from iconic Penn Station in the heart of New York City. A river of blues flowed through the room, from Andrew’s blue sweater, to his deep blue eyes, to an arresting orange accent wall dabbled with […]

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Inside a Design Project: organization, traveling, and knowing your client

An interview with foley&cox about their recent project in Rumson, NJ. 1. Of your recent design projects, what one did you enjoy the most? We worked for over two years on the development of a new home on the Navesink River in Rumson, NJ. In conjunction with the architectural firm of Unger & Mahns and […]

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