He has been practicing architectural and interior design in Manhattan since 1985. He has a keen appreciation for art. While he is fluent in various styles, he prefers to use antiques sparingly and succinctly within a context of what he labels "relaxed modernism."
His work appears in Elle Décor, House & Garden, Architectural Digest, and House Beautiful, which includes him annually in its list of America's "Top 100" designers.
Black walls! Would you dare?
Long Island Farmhouse
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