Gomez Associates was founded by Mariette Himes Gomez in 1975 focusing primarily on residential and some commercial projects. Mariette is known as a modernist with a luxurious edge and has been at the forefront of her profession for over 30 years. Gomez Associates’ work has been widely published in The New York Times, Architectural Digest, Architectural Record, House Beautiful, and Town & Country. Mariette Himes Gomez has designed and manufactured furniture since 1992.
Having first opened the doors of her Interior Design Studio nearly thirty years ago, Mariette Himes Gomez has constantly redefined her own remarkable vision many times over. Mariette’s true skill is creating beautiful, serene sanctuaries that provide a respite for today’s harried families. Architectural details and a much-celebrated eye for subtle color provide her spaces with a sleek personal touch while also spotlighting elegant antiques, fine artwork, and unique personal objects. She manages to combine both high-style glamour and refined simplicity.
Born in New York City to an architect father and an interior design mother, Brooke Gomez grew up in a series of work-in-progress construction sites, and unparalleled design. Her father even built her dollhouse modeled after the brownstone she grew up in. “I remember being so excited because the house was wired for electricity. So I was selecting sconces and chandeliers at the age of six.”, she says. When her mother presented her with swatches for a duvet it was clear that she had a more sophisticated approach to the age-old question, what is my favorite color? Her answer then and now was: “Any shade of pink!”.
Brooke’s projects have included several New York apartments and townhouses, residences in Connecticut, Chicago, DC, Pennsylvania, and Maryland as well as Beach Houses in the Hamptons, New Jersey, Palm Beach, and Turks and Caicos. Recently, she completed a project for Michael J. Fox and Sigourney Weaver as well as a total gut townhouse renovation in Greenwich Village. She also participated in Bravo’s second season of Bethenny Ever After, designing Bethenny Frankel’s Tribeca loft. Although she shares her mother’s fondness for the pale palette, Brooke has a fondness for color, bold patterns, and fashion.