Meyer Davis is an award-winning New York-based design boutique specializing in hospitality, retail, residential, and workplace environments. Founded in 1999 by Will Meyer and Gray Davis, the firm has established itself at the forefront of high end commercial and residential practices, throughout the United States and abroad. Meyer Davis is renowned for creating immersive environments that bring a unique and powerful story to life. Visual impact, originality, functionality and comfort are the foundation of every commission. Meyer Davis’ style contrasts moods, materials, textures and colors to create distinctive and imaginative interiors that are seamless three-dimensional expressions of their clients’ goals and individuality. Their designs work on multiple levels, combining bold architectural moves, intricate details and well-edited accessories to establish compelling spaces with unique character. Meyer Davis clients are original innovators that shape the creative vision of fashion, technology, and hospitality — five of the celebrated chefs the firm has designed restaurants for are James Beard Award recipients. Meyer Davis is headquartered in New York City with offices in London, Los Angeles and Miami.
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Meet Will Meyer and Gray Davis, the low-key duo behind countless high-profile projects, ranging from the renovation of New York’s Paramount Hotel to such hot-spot eateries as Harlow and The Dutch to the boutiques of Oscar de la Renta and John Varvatos — not to mention a room at the 2014 Kips Bay Decorator Show House, which kicks off this week.Read More
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