Pair of Signed Cast Bronze Sconces, Garouste & Bonetti, USA, c. 1990. Offered by Craig van den Brulle.
North Carolina Chippendale Desk, c. 1770. Offered by Mark & Marjorie Allen Antiques.

The leading interior designer Frank de Biasi has cultivated a singular aesthetic that is firmly rooted in his passion for art, history, and design -- a love that was forged during his time as an appraiser at Christie’s New York. Following his tenure at the inimitable auction house, de Biasi was named the Director of Interiors for the iconic architect Peter Marino. After twelve years with Marino, de Biasi founded Frank de Biasi Interiors. Since launching in 2006, the New York-based firm has become synonymous with an eclectic yet impossibly chic aesthetic.

de Biasi, who has helmed commercial and residential projects in in the United States, Europe, and the Middle East, works closely with his clients to craft stunning spaces that accommodate their inhabitants’ lifestyles and individual aesthetics. His deftly curated interiors, which are informed by a plethora of worldly cultures, have been featured in a range of industry-leading publications, including House Beautiful, Vogue, New York Magazine, Architectural Digest Italy, and Architectural Digest Spain.

"Butterfly" Coffee Table, Paul Evans, c. 1960. Offered by Objects20c.
Giant Beni Ouarain Carpet, "Lanterns," c. 1970. Offered by Double Knot.

Frank de Biasi browsed InCollect and selected objects that reflect his elegant, well-traveled style. Among his top picks are a pair of signed cast bronze sconces by the celebrated design duo Garouste & Bonetti from Craig van den Brulle; an 18th century North Carolina Chippendale desk from Mark & Marjorie Allen Antiques; a giant black-and-white Moroccan Berber carpet from Double Knot; a set of six graceful dining chairs by the Paris-based interior design office Maison Jansen from Galerie Sommerlath; a geometric “Butterfly” table by the studio furniture master Paul Evans from Ojbects20c; an iconic Harry Bertoia bush form from The Exchange Int; a vibrant abstract painting by Elaine de Kooning from Peyton Wright; and an Art Deco room divider by Jacques Adnet from Moderne Gallery.     

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