Richard Mishaan has built a reputation in New York as the chief architectural designer and interior decorator who know how to achieve a unique sense of decorative styles using techniques that are authentic to create special effects. He has been featured in AD 100, and in other prestigious magazines and establishment dealing with décor such as the A-list of Elle Décor as a highly skilled artisan. His work enjoys popularity mainly because of the way he combines excellent decorations pieces to achieve a unique effect. Richard Mishaan Design uses curated pieces, vintage antiques and boldly patterned objects that are colored to decorate rooms.
Apart from decorating hotels, offices and high-class residences, the artisan is also the author of the famous Artfully Modern and Modern Luxury which was published and printed by the Random House Monacelli Press. Richard Mishaan says that he gets a lot of inspiration from a house that is decorated through assembling several exotic pieces over an extended period. During the recently concluded House show organized by Bay Boys and Girls Club Decorator, and which was held on Tuesday 6 th June at 125 East 65th Street, Richard Mishaan said that his style is an imitation of the way traditional Venetia families decorated their houses using Silks and Velvets from a great artisan. The families from Venice and Florence put together an assortment of various works by different artisans to create spending layers of decorations. When he is assembling pieces for decorating a room, Richard Mishaan Design takes particular care to get everything right.
Another thing he enjoys doing is to host parties and entertaining guests in a room that he also keeps as a library. The technical styles he uses applies yards of silk and gimps with animal prints, cords, and woven tapes to create layers of decorations. By adding Fortuyn fabrics, he can make a chamber look quite elegant. He began his career as an apprentice of Philip Johnson, but later he proceeded to the Columbia University School of Architecture and the University of New York where he obtained a BA degree. His most famous work is the interior decoration of the Presidential suite of St. Regis Hotel in New York
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