Center stage to Steven Favreau’s creative genius is the newly established Favreaulous Factory. Favreau’s sanctuary for design, ingenuity and creativity, is the headquarters for his diverse businesses. Envisioned to awaken the senses and challenge possibilities—fantasy, luxury and innovation merge—creating the Favreaulous Factory experience. Housed in an 11,000 square foot urban loft, Steven’s interior design enterprise is in the heart of Boston’s Innovation and Design District. Originally from Boston, Favreau studied interior design at the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York City. His work has been featured in numerous of publications.
Theatrical in personality, style and design, Favreau’s unexpected use of color and texture—seamlessly merge the gritty alongside the sleek, antiquity with contemporary—recognizing each genre elevates the other. Esteemed for his distinguished workmanship, within the details are discovered the collaboration of time, space and ingenuity. Favreau is globally recognized for his exceptionally professional demeanor, while attentively and compassionately interacting with those he meets.
Public speaking and television are typical venues where Favreau shares a toolbox-wealth of inspiring ideas, concepts and anecdotes—guiding aspiring designers and hobbyists. Noted for his fashion-forward attire and charism, Favreau is distinctively known as a showman. Frequently, he is requested to serve as master of ceremonies, talk show host, moderator or panelist.
Internationally acclaimed Robert Allen Fabrics, known for their exceptional textiles—retained Favreau as their Brand Ambassador. His speaking engagements brought him to cities throughout the United States. Favreau continues to create the most dynamic, chic and livable residential and commercial settings. Business savvy and accomplished, he was voted “40 to watch” by The Business Journal.
Prior to his design career, Favreau studied musical theatre and dance at the famed Boston Conservatory, and performed as soloist at the renowned Moulin Rouge in Paris, France. Singin’ in the Rain, A Chorus Line, Into the Woods and Chicago represent some of his performances. Among his TV appearances, Favreau was a two-time contestant on HGTV’s The White Room Challenge. Celebrity interior designer, television personality and entrepreneur, Favreau’s residential and commercial projects span the United States and European Union.
Favreau’s television presence includes the United States, Amsterdam and Paris. He and his fiancé Dennis Wyrzykowski are in development for a new-concept television show (working title The Showman and the Monk), soon to be announced.
Amanda received her bachelor’s degree in sustainable design from the Boston Architectural College (BAC) and is finishing her masters in interior architecture at New England School of Art and Design at Suffolk University. Originally from Massachusetts, Amanda created installations for the national home furnishings and lifestyle company, Anthropology for eight years.
Amanda was one of only ten students in the BAC program whose thesis was nominated by the faculty for excellence.
In 2018, she was one of eight finalists chosen among dozens of Boston-area design students as a finalist in Design New England magazine’s annual Designer Showdown competition where she was awarded first place.
Amanda is inspired by the art deco movement and geometric prints. Her keen attention to detail, technical skills and creative intuition make her a remarkable and exceptional designer.
Competitive, driven and athletic, Amanda is an avid rock climber and hockey player. She lives in Woburn, MA in an historic house with her husband Billy and Riley, the killer Chihuahua.
Originally from Brazil, Andre began his career as the founder of an event planning business in Sao Paulo creating events in Africa and Europe, eventually leading him to the USA.
Andre’s love for creating unique and personal spaces inspired him to enroll at the New England School of Art and Design at Suffolk University studying interior design.
In the spring of 2018 he was awarded a mentorship through the International Interior Design Association (IIDA) given to the top four students in the program.
While maintaining a 4.0 GPA, Andre is working as junior designer at the Favreaulous Factory. He is drawn to kaleidoscopic color schemes, rich patterns, and the bold juxtaposition of complementary styles. Drawing on his wide cross-cultural experience, Andre brings a blend of tropical Brazilian and international styles to all his projects.