Bringing Life to Houses through Richard Mishaan Design

Richard Mishaan is the Chief Executive Officer of Richard Mishaan Design. Richard Mishaan, a Colombian by birth, attended the New York University and earned a BA. He also gained some knowledge and skills from the Colombia University of Architecture. Richard Mishaan started his career as an apprentice in Philip Johnson’s offices. He later quit to start the Richard Mishaan Design in February 1991. This is a firm that designs the interior parts of buildings and homes. Richard Mishaan Design has been operating for over 24 years specializing in creating unique and sleek designs for its clients. The best project done by Richard Mishaan Design is the house in Cartagena. The house is located in an area with a great history of the people of Columbia. In a bid to preserve the area’s cultural heritage, Richard Mishaan Design followed the necessary preservation codes.


For one, the rooms are arranged in a unique manner and do not resemble the original house, that was demolished, in any way. The layout throughout is simple and the pieces of furniture placed in every corner resemble in some way the luxury the colonials used to enjoy. An outstanding factor about this projects is that, Richard Mishaan Design put in place 500-year old Brazilian wood beams. Moreover, when you have a first glance at the doors, you will quickly realize the antiquity and great style they have. The floors are made of marble while the 24-feet high ceiling is filled with pieces of ivory and ebony all through.


Richard Mishaan is also the owner and founder of Homer Design. This is a store that deals with pieces especially furniture to decorate and put finishing touches on a house. The firm is located in New York City. Homer Design stocks a wide range of goods from Case goods, to seating and tables. Richard Mishaan has written the books “Modern Luxury” and “Artfully Modern.” The books are aimed at helping people add a little glamor to their houses.