Tell us something we don’t know about you.
I was born in Jerusalem, raised in L.A., and speak fluent Arabic.
When did you know you wanted to go into design?
My father is an engineer. Growing up, I would sit at his drafting table and use his T-square and templates to reconfigure our floor plan. I thought his mechanical pencils were so cool.
What is unique about the business of interior design, compared to other lines of work?
Interior design combines creativity with logistics. It is all at once personal and detail oriented. Surpassing client expectations is very rewarding.
If you were a classic piece of furniture, what would you be?
The ever logical and effective Le Corbusier LC2 armchair. Chrome frame. Black leather.