Page Goolrick is an award winning architect, interiors and product designer with an international practice based in New York City. Her firm has developed a reputation for creating clean, elegant forms and an innovative use of materials in both structures and products. Her approach to design involves questioning assumptions, problem solving and celebrating essential function.
"As a team, we believe that excellent design is the product of a collaborative process, tailored to create structures that are innovative, appropriate for our time, sustainable and specific to each client's program and context. We believe that good design can markedly enhance the quality of one's life."
Page is both an architect and a sailor. "There are parallels in many art forms and the discipline involved in sailing, the great appreciation of physics and geometry together with an emphasis on efficient functional design, has informed my approach and helped me to further articulate my design philosophy". This approach allows for no wasted space or applied ornament. Elements often serve multiple purposes and there is a great emphasis on flexibility and function.
Page has designed a series of products for the Museum of Modern Art Design Stores, light fixtures for Nessen Lighting and cashmere wraps for Takashimaya. Working at different scales has allowed her team to further explore an interest in materials, details and the process of fabrication.
Page is on the board of Manitoga, The Russel Wright Design Center in Garrison, New York.