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Princeton- and Harvard-educated Robert Kaner brings a compelling set of qualities to his interiors: a refined aesthetic sensibility, a keen analytic ability and a meticulous attention to detail. Following a career as a corporate partner with a leading global law firm, Kaner returned to school to pursue his passion for interior design. Within a short time after founding his design firm more than a decade ago, the firm’s work received national recognition in several leading design publications. The firm’s work has been featured in Interior Design magazine, Metropolitan Home, Modern magazine, Hamptons Cottages & Gardens, Home Miami, The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal.

In designing interior spaces, Kaner combines a modernist design approach with a respect for historicism and an appreciation for gracious living. Each space takes on a distinctive look and feel developed for the particular project - the result of a comprehensive design process which focuses on the client’s lifestyle and the character of the architectural surroundings.

The firm provides a full complement of interior design, renovation and project management services both in the New York region and around the country. In addition to managing full scale renovations, the firm often collaborates with architectural firms on larger scale projects with the goal of seamlessly integrating architecture and interior into a unified composition.