Originally from Denver, Colo., Nathan Thomas, 30, was exposed to blueprints and drafting tools at a very young age, by his mother who worked at an architecture firm. His passion for design was instinctual and he always yearned to see more art and architecture. Although he had a love for design, Nathan originally entered college thinking that he was interested in science, but it didn’t take long for his true passion in the arts to come through. He became inspired by photography, drawn to the art of manipulating space and time. To further his education in the arts, Nathan transferred to Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, N.Y. in their interior design program, transferring again shortly thereafter to the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York City, where he received his BFA in interior design. Following graduation, Nathan went on to become a Junior Designer at Alexandra Champalimaud & Associates, where his projects included The New York Palace Hotel and The Marriot Financial Center. Nathan is currently a Senior Designer at Nathan Egan Interiors, where he focuses on high-end residential work from Manhattan to the East End. He is inspired by the world around him and finds beauty and inspiration everyday.
Here are some images from Nathan Egan Interiors’ website. Nathan Thomas is actually not the Nathan in the company name – that belongs to Wayne Nathan. The Egan is Carol Egan. I selected the images that appealed to me most from their website – although there is no way of knowing if Nathan Thomas worked on these. But in general, all their work has a lot of drama. Even the most traditional spaces have something – whether it’s the artwork or a signature lighting fixture that really makes the spaces pop.
Read all my Top Design posts here.