Barry Goralnick's Blended Modern™ Collections capture a new luxurious style for casual living. Simple lines, rich materials & textures, and distinctive comfort combine with elements inspired by the quintessential classics of Mid-Century Modern. Classic design elements are reinterpreted for a softer, more casual, luxuriously livable kind of modern — Barry Goralnick's Blended Modern™.
Barry Goralnick brands currently include lighting, carpeting, furniture, and custom furniture, with new categories to come in 2016.
Barry Goralnick received a Master of Architecture from the Harvard University Graduate School of Design. After apprenticing in Boston and Chicago, he worked for Wayne Berg Architect and Robert A.M. Stern Architects in New York, where he designed and executed many award-winning projects. Barry Goralnick Architects was founded in 1985. From its inception, BGA has specialized in both architecture and interior design.
Mr. Goralnick's commissions include a long roster of residential and commercial projects. These projects range from apartments, houses, executive offices, brokerage firms, building lobbies, and a synagogue. They have been located from all over the Tri-State area and New England to France. He is a member of the AIA, NYAIA, and NCARB. He has also served on architectural juries and lectured at Parsons School of Design, Pratt Institute, the New School, New York University, and NEOCON in Chicago. Mr. Goralnick is a Registered Architect in New York, New Jersey, Massachusetts, and Connecticut.
Along with his architectural degree, Mr. Goralnick minored in Fine Arts and received a BA in English Literature at Brandeis University and studied literature and Baroque architecture at the University of Reading, England. In addition, Mr. Goralnick designs a lighting collection for Visual Comfort, which is sold through Circa Lighting. He also has a furniture collection at Ferrell + Mittman an extensive collection of rugs and carpets custom-designed and exclusively available at Stark Carpet.
Mr. Goralnick's work has appeared in The New York Times, Vanity Fair, Elle Decor, W, HG, House Beautiful, Interior Design, Traditional Home, Southern Accents, Progressive Architecture, Country Living, Better Homes and Gardens, The Boston Globe, The San Francisco Examiner, The Toronto Sun, The Albany Republican, The Berkshire Eagle, Residence (China). Pronto (Japan), Schoner Wohnen (Germany), Modern Living (Japan), Glamour (Italy), Vogue (Italy and several design books.