Barry Goralnick is a world-renowned architect and designer whose Blended Modern™ lifestyle captures the ultimate in successful living. He has had his own firm for over twenty years. After graduating from Harvard Graduate School of Design, he worked with Wayne Berg and Robert A. M. Stern. From his NoMad design studio in Manhattan, he designs for a variety of premiere home and hospitality companies, including Villeroy & Boch, Currey & Company, Vanguard Furniture, Visual Comfort, Watermark Designs, and Aronson’s Flooring. He has been awarded the “Innovation In Design Award” from Cottages & Gardens (5-time nominee) and is a “Best of Year” Winner for Product Design from Interior Design. Barry is a featured designer in Rizzoli’s best-selling book Interior Design Master Class – 100 Lessons from America’s Finest Designers on the Art of Decoration, as well as Stark’s 75th Anniversary coffee table book, Decorating with Carpets. His work has been showcased in Architectural Digest, Elle Décor, Interior Design, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, as well as international publications, among them Residence (Shanghai), Vogue (Italy), and Schöner Wohnen (Germany).
“People are spending more quality time with loved ones as multiple generations work, learn, and socialize at home. Fewer external activities mean families are each other’s core social set, sharing meals and entertainment. Designers are rethinking home – added safety and new multi-tasking areas to work, study, play, and commune, including all-season outdoor spaces. The right environments lift mood, soothe, or energize. Silver lining? Clients who’ve always loved their homes now appreciate them (and me) even more.”
I have always been drawn to the form of classical French horn fixtures like the Currey Julian Chandelier. By filtering it through a modern sensibility, with LED lighting, it becomes immediately relevant.
Barry Goralnick Architecture & Design
Baldwin Dining Armchair
Windsor Smith Naila Collection
Murrine Incatenate Glass Vases