Michael Berman

Artfully marrying understated glamour with welcome livability, Berman refers to his signature sophisticated style as American Trans-Modern.

One of the country's most respected designers, Berman's products and interiors reflect his interest in history, art and architecture - especially the Deco period of the 30s and 40s - film noir, and the influence of designers such as Angelo Donghia, Billy Haines, Frances Elkins and Dorothy Draper.

His work strikes an uncommon balance between timeless style and an of-the-moment relevance. Although clearly inspired by architectural forms and lines - early 30s skyscraper design like the Empire State Building, the Radio City Music Hall and the Chrysler Building come to mind - Berman's work resonates with warmth and approachability.

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