Top 7 Interior Designers From NYC – New York City is known for the city of dreams, where you can find art, fashion, and design in every street. For that reason, we at New York Design Agenda decided to show you some of our best interior designers from New York! Take a look:
Based in New York City, Peter Marino founded in 1978 Peter Marino Architect, a renowened architecture firm. He has received numerous prestigious industry awards including 22 citations from the American Institute of Architects for architectural design excellence. Peter Marino is truly an inspiration and everything that has his touch becomes a piece of art!
David Kleinberg is one of the most respected names in interior design. Kleinberg has created a body of work that is wide-ranging in style yet always modern in sensibility. Whether boldly inspired or carefully nuanced, Kleinberg interiors are above all clean-lined, sophisticated and highly attuned to each client’s lifestyle.
Founded by Mat Sanders and Brandon Quattrone, Consort is a coast-to-coast interior design service, shop, and e-commerce platform with shoppable showrooms in New York and Los Angeles. Consort brings a fresh take on cool, unfussy home design and boasts a star-studded list of clientele!
Elizabeth Roberts is an architect in New York and has been shaping built environments in New York City for over twenty years. Roberts believes that one of the most important activities in any successful project is listening closely to her clients.
Based in New York, Lori Margolis Interiors is a boutique interior design firm specialized in creating beautiful living spaces and creative workspaces for her clients. With a range of capabilities, Lori Margolis Interiors is known for creating artistic spaces that are functional for families yet highly sophisticated.
From the object to the landscape, inside out, the creative process of Studio Arthur Casas is intimately connected to a horizontal scale, where the main concern is the dialogue in the conception of programs that can be as diverse as a chair or an entire neighborhood, influenced by a spirit both modernist and contemporary that is Brazillian but also cosmopolitan.