Vered Rosen’s path to
interior design was not straightforward. Prior to working as an interior designer, Vered had pursued other career paths and entrepreneurial endeavors that interested her.
After completing two undergraduate degrees in Biology and Piano Performance at the Hebrew University and the Rubin Music Academy in Jerusalem, Israel, Vered went on to complete her Master’s degree in Microbiology. She then worked as a molecular- and cellular-biology research associate at various biotech companies and academic laboratories.
After moving to the Boston area with her family in 2001, Vered continued to work as a research associate, but in 2006 decided to pursue a life-long dream and went back to school to become a
professional interior designer. During that time, Vered also developed a unique line of natural, organic-based skin-care products, combining her knowledge in biochemistry, aesthetic sensibilities, and love of beauty.
In 2009, after working for Poggenpohl (a high-end kitchen and bath company), Vered decided to launch her own firm,
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