Dan Mazzarini is founder of multi-disciplinary interior design firm, BHDM Design. His role is that of interpreter, narrator, designer and manager. With a background in branding, Mazzarini is able to skillfully intuit the essence of a client and conjure a unique story to create a design with both familiarity and the unexpected. Since starting BHDM Design in 2013, the company has completed projects for a diverse array of residential and commercial clients, including high profile hotels, restaurants, and retail both domestically and abroad. Mazzarini graduated from Miami University of Ohio with a BA in Interior Design. He began his career at Kramer Design Group, where he was lead designer on the global launch of the Michael Kors brand and directed projects for Calvin Klein, John Varvatos, Shiseido, Movado, Narciso Rodriguez, Waterworks and Nautica. In 2006, Mazzarini joined Ralph Lauren as Director of Decorative for Polo Store Development.
BHDM Design is a creative collective of designers, architects, artists and illustrators who are passionate about approaching each design challenge with a fresh and discerning eye. Merging style and substance with each clients’ personal narrative is BHDM’s passion. In 2017, BHDM Design expanded to the West Coast and in March of 2019 expanded to a new headquarters in NYC. The team continues to imagine and ideate solutions for both residential and commercial clients. Current notable projects include rebranding the $800 million Tangram development in Queens, turning the Park Central Hotel into the Hyatt Regency San Francisco Downtown SoMa in a $50 million reimaging, creating model home units for Gotham in New York City, and a series of boutique hotels on the West Coast. Mazzarini’s work has been featured in Hospitality Design, Interior Design, Wallpaper*, Architectural Digest, Elle Decor, House Beautiful, Traditional Home, and The New York Times.