Jacqueline Pagán is an interior designer with a background in architecture. She moved to New York City in 2007 with a mission: to work with one of AD100’s list top designers – Vicent Wolf
During her four years at the firm, she was able managed various high-end residential and hospitality projects in NY, NJ & VA as well as collaborated on the Vicente Wolf Collection for Ann Sacks Tile & Stone. Her “Waves” tile won Interior Design’s “Best of 2011 Award” in its category.
By the year of 2012, Jacqueline have launcher her own firm: Jacqueline Pagan Interior Design.
This interior designer, is a highly creative design professional with a strong understanding of all phases in design process for projects of varying scales and complexities, starting with the initial programming, through construction to final move in.
Experienced in design and specification of high-end residential and hospitality environments, able to prepare comprehensive interior design packages including architectural drawings, custom millwork, furniture and finishes.
Her projects range from private residences to luxury hospitality, most notably the West Beach Residences at Dorado Beach and “Su Casa”, the Presidential Suite at the Dorado Beach a Ritz Carlton Reserve in Puerto Rico.
Jacqueline’s name can be found in some top press publications, like Monocle Magazine – a global magazine!
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