Richard Mishaan is an interior and architectural designer at the top of his game. His designs combine his knowledge with his heritage. He was born in Columbia and began his career after getting a BA from NYU and attending Columbia School of Architecture.

He started as an apprentice for the offices of Phillip Johnson, but quickly rose to the top thanks to his deep understanding of luxury and quality.

Design isn’t the only thing Richard Mishaan has dipped his toes into. He has written two books, “Modern Luxury” and “Artfully Modern”. “Artfully Modern” was released in November 2014, published by the Manacelli Press, a division of Random House.

Richard Mishaan Design is a brand that most luxury hotels are familiar with. Richard Mishaan is on the Elite Decor A list and AD 100. He has shown time and time again that design is something that should not be overlooked. He makes his money doing what he loves and is proud of his many amazing achievements.

With his mash ups of modern tech and oldschool beauty, there’s no wonder why more and more hotels are lining up for his design and architectural input. He has designed many Luxury hotels and countless homes. Most recently, he has designed the Shelborne Hotel in South Beach. Though he is still a busy man, designing the Hotel Tcherassi in Cartegena Columbia and the Marriot AC on South Beach.

Any of these things would be an impressive notch on his belt, but that’s not the end of his impressive feats. He is currently working on a new hotel brand, of which he is a founder, that is soon to be announced. His hard work and love of his field is obvious through the beauty of his creations. He cares about what he does, and has the insight to keep it up.

It’s no wonder why everyone is hanging on his every word, waiting for his next project to come to light. An artful mind is a powerful tool to have in today’s modern thought process of getting things done as quick as possible. We’ve lost sight of the beauty of creation. Thankfully there are still men like Richard Mishaan in the world to remind us of how taking pride in your work pays off in the best of ways.