Suzanne Tick Inc. is located in a townhouse in the East Village neighborhood of Manhattan, where Suzanne works and lives. The townhouse was the site of the Reuben Gallery in the late 1950s and early 1960s, where Anita Reuben invented art Happenings and where artists such as Jim Dine, Allan Kaprow, Robert Whitman, Claes Oldenburg, Red Grooms and many more exhibited their work. This tradition of creativity carries on into the present day, where the townhouse is now a design studio for a myriad of products including broadloom and woven carpet, modular tile, Powerbond® and textiles for seating, panel and wall applications. Suzanne also maintains a hand weaving practice and creates woven sculptures from repurposed materials. Her artwork is collected and exhibited worldwide. In 2013, Suzanne was honored with the IIDA Titan Award, given in recognition of significant contributions to the interior design profession.