A mixture of IKEA, Jens Risom and high-end antiques decorate the midtown office of interior designer Harry Heissman and New York Magazine gives us a peek into the true "eclectic mix" of his workspace and design philosophy.
I'm fond of the stenciled patterned wall based on a Joan Miró print and the pops of yellow around the room. What do you like? Dislike?
For the numbered annotations and Wendy Goodman's piece, check out New York Magazine | Workspace As Calling Card.
Images: Russell Gera for New York Magazine