Young interior designer Ryan Korban has now been challenging decor aesthetics for a decade, give or take.
Born in Philadelphia, it was after having graduated from The New School in New York that Ryan Korban decided to start a career in interior design. And we think he couldn’t have chosen a better path, for his unique aesthetic has been an inspiration for many others throughout the past decade.
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Finding inspiration in classics like Monet and Helmet Newt, Korban’s design aesthetic can be described as “a mix of luxury, old-world romance and urban cool”. And it’s by mixing all these styles together that the designer has been creating “seductive, wondrous spaces”, trying to redefine traditional design.
Not only has he been featured in numerous editions of high-profile magazines like Vogue, W, Harper’s Bazaar, Architectural Digest, the Wall Street Jornal and the New York Times, but Ryan Korban has also successfully published his first book in 2014.
Titled “Luxury Redefined“, its purpose is to show the readers how to achieve a sense of luxury in their homes that is both glamorous and highly personal. This falls into place with the designer’s ability to continuously being redefining luxury, with an unprecedented approach to interior design that blends sensibility with a sense of lost romance, sex, fantasy, and a strong fashion influence.
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Specializing mainly in retail design with an emphasis on luxury, Korban has been the decor guru for fashion designer houses like Balenciaga and Alexander Wang, for example. However, he has also worked with major names from the film and fashion industries, such as James Franco, Jessica Stam and Vanessa Traina.
Keep scrolling to see a selection of some of his best projects! Fivestory, New York, NY Alexander Wang Flagship, New York, NY Edon Manor, New York, NY Madison Square East Residence, New York, NY Central Park South Residence, New York, NY
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