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Eleanor Ambos Interiors

15 minutes

An empire built on playing house: how imagination can change your situation

Eleanor Ambos is an unlikely tycoon. Since arriving in New York from her native Germany at age 20, she has transformed a modest interior-design business into a small empire, with a renovated factory building in the borough of Queens in New York at its centre. Eleanor Ambos Interiors profiles the singular octogenarian as she approaches her life with humour and maintains a fiery passion for her work, despite advancing age and worsening vision.

Director: Andrew Michael Ellis

Producer: Katrina Sorrentino

Website: Nomadique

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