She and her husband moved to Frank Lloyd Wright's Taliesin, and she developed an interest in 3D design, as well as Japanese art and philosophy. She also became an art broker for wealthy clients. Eventually, she and her husband lived in Japan for a time.
Best known for her textile designs, which are exhibited in the Museum of Modern Art in New York, she also produced rugs, furniture, glass and silverware. Her textile designs were chosen by American luminaries such as Louis Kahn to upholster furniture.
From Helfrich & Whittaker, Kurt & William (2006). Crafting a Modern World: The Architecture and Design of Antonin and Noemi Raymond. New York: Princeton Architectural Press.
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