An award-winning New York City Interior Designer, Robert Passal is well-regarded for his luxurious, livable signature style and client-centered approach to design. His interest in people and how they want to live translates into a personal process of working with clientele. Come with us and check a few of its impressive design projects!
A Robert Passal interior design project is never defined by any one era, style or approach. Rather, it evokes personal comfort and sophistication. Timeless, collected, composed, and curated are words often used to describe his aesthetic.
Drawing from his own experiences, travels and keen insight, Robert Passal constantly hones his skill as a designer.
When working with clients, Robert Passal selects fabrics, furnishings, art and antiques that represent each person’s individuality—whether contemporary or traditional. The finished product is a comfortable, enduring, yet richly layered space that breaks from the mundane to become extraordinary.
Robert Passal began his career working for the antique dealer John Rosselli, which served as both design boot camp and graduate school. This experience was a hands-on tutorial in furniture, interior design and decorative arts. He was a senior designer at Healing Barsanti for five years before founding his own firm in 2000.
Robert Passal’s clients currently range from professional athletes to celebrities, financiers and homemakers. Projects include commissions as diverse as the restoration of a temple in New Jersey, a fashion boutique in Miami and a Tokyo Pied-à-Terre.
Robert Passal’s work has been featured in Architectural Digest, House Beautiful, Traditional Home, Luxe, Cottages & Gardens, Lonny, and Elle Décor. He is the recipient of the coveted Innovation in Design (IDA) Award, Traditional Home’s Top 20 Designer Award, House Beautiful’s Rising Star Award, and was recently included in the international publication Best Interior Designers on the Planet.
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From residential to retail and commercial projects, interiors take a luxe view of modern, international life. Homes vary from a classic Manhattan apartment to an exotic villa in Portugal to a 20,000 square foot compound in Houston. Commercial projects are equally diverse, ranging from a modern restaurant for New York City’s prestigious Core Club to an upscale fitness center in Greenwich, Connecticut and a menswear boutique for Christopher Korey in New York City.
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