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Denise Ducray eponymous New York firm, established in the mid-nineties, employs a diversity of cultures and talents in managing aesthetic and lifestyle demands with a unique sense of adaptability to their client’s desires.

The ability to contribute to a project during its construction is one of the hallmarks of Denise Ducray Design - an aspect of services that sets it apart from other design firms.

Whether creating residential interiors, corporate environments, or leading construction management projects, Denise Ducray Design's concepts always involve sensitivity that makes style at once personal, unique and blissfully comfortable.

Steeped in the international background of its founder, Denise Ducray Design offers a vision inspired by classical European refinement and sophistication.

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Born and educated in Geneva, Switzerland, Denise Ducray has lived and worked in New York since 1982. Ever involved in interior design as well as style concepts, her journey encompasses a diversity of cultures, trades, and geographies.

First acquainted with the American way of life through the prestigious houses of Christie's and Cartier for a couple of years, Denise Ducray then took a major step, starting a long lasting association with a multi-million private real estate development concern. Over the course of her ten-year collaboration she conceived, designed, and supervised all interior construction for residential, commercial and luxury hotel projects in New York, Acapulco and Miami - including Fisher Island.

Pursuing her conceptual venture in various design capacities, she opened Denise Ducray Design, Inc. in January 1996, in New York. Understanding her clients is her objective in order to custom-fit a space that fulfills their needs, and echoes their nature.

Based on her values and a philosophy of lasting quality, Denise Ducray’s concepts illustrate a keen knowledge of furniture, luxurious materials and textures, rich colors and light - producing an elegant canvas of original classicism.

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