As part of their continuing "House" column, New York Social Diary recently highlighted interior designer Frank de Biasi (pictured), complete with an in-depth Q&A and intimate photos of his lower Park Avenue apartment. Mr. de Biasi worked for a number of years at Christie's, in their estates and appraisals department, and then for over a decade as Head of Interiors for the architect Peter Marino. I've previously posted the work of Mr. de Biasi, having been drawn to his design style for client Emilia Fanjul Pfeifler and her family's home (images included) out on the North Shore of Long Island, featured in Vogue. In that article, published nearly 3 years ago, he emphasized the value of incorporating fine furnishings into the overall decor of the home, despite the pitter-patter of little feet. Also to note, Elle Decor featured interior images of Mr. de Biasi's apartment in the September 2016 issue, read/see more here.





As part of their continuing "House" column, New York Social Diary recently highlighted interior designer Frank de Biasi (pictured), complete with an in-depth Q&A and intimate photos of his lower Park Avenue apartment. Mr. de Biasi worked for a number of years at Christie's, in their estates and appraisals department, and then for over a decade as Head of Interiors for the architect Peter Marino. I've previously posted the work of Mr. de Biasi, having been drawn to his design style for client Emilia Fanjul Pfeifler and her family's home (images included) out on the North Shore of Long Island, featured in Vogue. In that article, published nearly 3 years ago, he emphasized the value of incorporating fine furnishings into the overall decor of the home, despite the pitter-patter of little feet. Also to note, Elle Decor featured interior images of Mr. de Biasi's apartment in the September 2016 issue, read/see more here.




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