Fox-Nahem’s Designers Created The Interiors For Iron Man’s Summer Home– See inside the Robert Downey Jr.‘s East Hampton Summer House and be inspired to create the contemporary design project. All of the bespoke interiors of this incredible contemporary design project was created by the head designer of the inspiring design studio.
Robert Downey Jr. and wife Susan Downey turned a converted windmill into a stylish and charming Hamptons home. This incredible contemporary design project by Fox Nahem studio is one of the most famous works in their portfolio! The studio’s design signature lies in the ability, from the first meeting on, to dig deep into his client’s minds, to realize their ideas, needs, and individual tastes.
Fox Nahem studio’s interiors are luxuriously comfortable, elegant, and livable homes for active families that are later featured in most major interior design magazines, and many books on interiors, as you can see for this marvelous luxury house owned by the Hollywood Star! Thanks to their amazing work, the interior design studio has been included in a number of top design lists: 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, and guess what they are once again on Elle Decor’s “A-List” 2019!
The late–19th-century windmill, originally constructed as a playhouse, has been transformed into a full-fledged residence by way of structural additions grafted onto the building in the decades following its construction. All of the contemporary interiors of this luxury summer house were created by AD100 designer Joe Nahem and the team at New York City-based studio, Fox-Nahem Associates.
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Born and raised in New York City, Joe and his late business partner, Tom Fox, started Fox-Nahem Design in their early twenties. After three decades of experience, Joe, along with his dedicated team, have loyal vendors who help bring to life his original designs, specific to each and every design project. The interior design of this late–19th-century windmill represents the result of the combination between the Downeys dreams and their designer’s signature style.
Bespoke artworks and unpretentious off-the-rack staples, bright colors mixed with soothing neutrals, eccentric accents, and discreet luxury decor details, are a few of the combinations added to the contemporary design project.