Fox-Nahem : The Design Vision of Joe Nahem
The Design Vision of Joe Nahem
Over 30 years, Joe Nahem of Fox-Nahem has built a reputation for creating classic, contemporary, bespoke, and highly creative interior designs. The first book on his career, Fox-Nahem presents his most luxurious, exuberant, and refined interiors that showcase his own personal vision of modernism. Featuring 15 projects, the accompanying essays detail Nahem's design process, specifically his ability to function as much as a curator as designer, bringing together strong objects of quality and rarity in harmonious ensembles. Nahem's interiors are unique because he designs many of the finishes, textiles, and furnishings that establish the look and feel of a room. He calls on a stable of artisans and craftspeople, including woodworkers, metal workers, and weavers, who assist him in creating one-of-a-kind environments for clients who demand something that no one else has. With more than 250 photographs, Fox-Nahem celebrates the work of a designer who seamlessly adapts his style to suit the context and fit his clients' highly refined and original tastes.
Anthony Iannacci is a publisher, editor, journalist, and curator. His books on design, interior design, and architecture include Hollywood Interiors: Style and Design in Los Angeles and Dealer's Choice: At Home with Purveyors of Antique and Vintage Furnishings. After studying art and architecture at the Cooper Union in New York City, he lived in Milan for eleven years, where he contributed articles to Artforum, Artscribe, and Vogue Italia, and orchestrated exhibitions across Northern Italy. Moving back the United States, he founded Edizioni Press and Architecture/Interiors Press. He lives in New York and Los Angeles.