An interior designer based in New York, Sophie Moos has worked for two decades for an impressive roster of US and international clients who rely on her extensive knowledge of art, art furniture and spatial architecture to create uniquely sophisticated contemporary interiors for their apartments, homes and boats.

Born in France, Sophie has lived in several countries including Germany and Israel and has developed an extensive network amongst industrial design suppliers and high-end artisans that she has collaborated with to produce unique solutions for her clients’ needs.

Her interiors have a fluid, contemporary flair and a sense of understated luxury created by carefully chosen pieces that work together to produce an original, artistic harmony. Each room is treated as a tableau that conveys calm, comfort and aesthetic originality.

Sophie graduated from ISG Business School in Paris (BFA: Marketing and Advertising) and in recognition of her accomplishments, she received a leadership award from the National Association of Professional Women in 2018.


Alisa received her Bachelor’s degree in Industrial Design in Taiwan. Her passion for art and design led her to New York where she received her Interior Design degree from Parsons School of Design and a Master’s in project management. She is fluent in English and Mandarin Chinese and has worked in construction firms in Taiwan and interior design teams in New York. Influenced by Japanese culture and European art, her design blends eastern and western refinements.


Olga Franco studied marketing and business administration in Russia, her native country, and then continued her studies at Columbia University. Once in New York, she worked in finance for 8 years before discovering her passion for art and design which she pursued at Parsons School of Design. She graduated as an interior designer with top honors in 2019.

Her extensive background in business coupled with a love for art provides her with a unique perspective that blends pragmatic knowledge and aesthetic sensitivity. She is a Russian-English bilingual and an aficionado of French culture, Russian avant-garde, and European modernism. She believes in fashioning her own style by combining elements of the past with the modern demands of minimalism and environmental awareness.


Leora is based in Zurich, Switzerland, however, she is a true globetrotter. Growing up between Europe and Asia, awarded her the freedom to think, look, and learn. Travel inspires her tremendously in her work. She is always looking for ways to incorporate what she sees around the world, into the spaces she designs.

She has a flair and a creative eye, which enables her to produce something wonderful from nothing. After completing both a bachelor in Interior Design and in Interior Architecture in London, Leora decided to pursue her career working for Moos and Co., and now represents the company in Switzerland. She has also worked for Airbnb as an interior designer in the UK.
She enjoys working with international clients and has a passion for designing timeless yet functional spaces.



Martino Duni has been involved in the contemporary design world since his high school and university years when he began to annually attend the Milan Design Week. Through this, Martino gained the opportunity to work with International Design in  Italy focusing on industrial design innovation.

After graduating from the School of Architecture of the University of Florence, Martino established his own architecture practice specializing in interior design.  For years,  he has been in charge of liaising with top European furniture and accessory brands and responsible for the logistic operations of our projects.



Jens Ahlemeyer is a German-born interior designer. He earned his master’s degree in industrial design from the Technical College of Darmstadt in 1989. His education and experience in Europe, alongside his intimate understanding of the United States, gives him a special understanding of the nuance of culture in the context of design.

Jens supervised myriad architectural projects such as the design of a trade show exhibit and a workspace. For many years Jens worked as a senior art director at DDC New York and is currently a part-time professor of Furniture and Product Design at the Fashion Institute of Technology.

Jens believes that a good designer is willing to question all aspects of the built environment – he or she responds to changes in society, weighs the ecological impact of certain choices and examines the contribution of design to the quality of living.