Sekey moved from Hungary to New York as a child and studied at the Design Laboratory. She worked for several important designers and architects, such as Marcel Breuer, Richard Meier, Harold Leeds, and, before her death, I. M. Pei, as an interior designer. Sekey selected fabrics, colors, materials and furnishings for interiors architectural projects. She focused on bold colors and straight lines, a Scandinavian aesthetic.

We have 65 objects that Ms. Suzanne Sekey has been involved with.

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