Designer who collaborated with her husband, architect Antonin Raymond, whom she married in 1914. Noémi moved to New York from France and began designing theater posters. She then turned to interiors, designing for Antonin’s architectural projects. She produced textiles and furnishings. Their style combined modern European with folk craft tradition, collaborating with leading twentieth-century designers, such as Frank Lloyd Wright, Isamu Noguchi, and Ferdinand Léger, among others.

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