Samuel Amoia's passion for interior design originated with his extensive international travel, which has allowed him to see and experience first-hand some of world’s most prestigious living environments. Amoia has worked for such industry leaders as Ian Schrager and Hotels AB (Andre Balazs). Most recently, Amoia worked closely with interior designer Stephen Sills, hailed as one of the most influential forces in the field today. Working alongside Sills in his rarefied world afforded Amoia unparalleled creative and business training. Amoia aided Sills in the execution of some of the most important large-scale residential projects in recent years. Amoia has been featured in Architectural Digest, Vogue, New York Times, Forbes, Wallpaper, Elle Décor, World of Interiors, T Magazine, Wall Street Journal, Cultured Magazine, Financial Times, Interview Magazine, The Robb Report, and NY Magazine.
Amoia has been named By VOGUE magazine as "one of the Young Interior Designers to watch" and has most recently received the “Rising Talent” award by the prestigous Parisian Maison & Objet Fair. Amoia has recently designed the new Delorenzo gallery space on Madison Avenue, and working on the exclusive Itz'ana Hotel and Residences in Belize, and several other high end residential and commercial projects.
After the groundbreaking success of Amoia’s former company (AMMA Studio), he has branched off with his youngest brother Dominic (former sculptor of AMMA) to launch of AMOIA Studio in 2015, which features collaborative line of sculptural furniture and lighting made of natural materials. AMOIA Studio designed exclusive and limited edition pieces for DeLorenzo Gallery in NY, as well as commissions for Lauren Santo Domingo, Dior, Peter Marino, Moda Operandi, Stella Mc-Cartney, Calvin Klein, Dover Street Market, Soho House Berlin, Neiman Marcus, and The Store by Alex Eagle in London.