Richard Mishaan Design is almost defined by their inability to be defined. At the celebratory dinner for Mishaan’s newest book, hosted at the Margaux at the Marlton, guests took turns talking about their experience with Mishaan’s work. A former client as well as a new friend, Lisa Pevaroff-Cohn, elaborated on this concept by saying: “You never walk in and say ‘This is a Richard Mishaan room'” Pevaroff-Cohn closed out her statement on Richard Mishaan Design by saying, “Richard can make something beautiful, and make it yours, not his.”
Richard Mishaan has routinely found himself at the center of attention thanks to his elaborate modernist rooms that seek to push the limits while embracing what makes old school artwork impressive. Mishaan is never afraid to blend textures, mix and match eras, or bring up something bold to the forefront of a room. Mishaan’s work is most notably on display in the Cartagena house in Colombia as well as the St Regis suites, which he helped to put together in 2010.
Richard Mishaan Design is a testament to the fact that artwork can be embraced at the highest level of any field. Richard Mishaan continues to impress and he continues to land on top fo Architectural Digest’s Top 100 List.