Eric Cohler is highly acclaimed for his distinguishing ability to fuse classical and contemporary elements. Dubbed “The Mixmaster” by industry editors, Cohler’s interior spaces display layers of unusual texture and color, and he is known for his carefully curated eclecticism. His New York firm handles residential and commercial properties throughout the United States, Europe, and the Caribbean. Cohler’s extensive development experience extends from commercial to new residential projects throughout the country. In this capacity, he is responsible for interior design, detailing, and branding. Projects include Granite Park Place, Pasadena, CA, for Vornado Development; 995 Fifth Avenue for Extell Development; 385 West 12th Street for FLAnk; and most recently, 215 Sullivan Street in New York City for Broad Street Development. Eric’s award-winning product design has expanded to include product design for Lee Jofa, lighting for Visual Comfort, mantel pieces for Chesney’s, and an upcoming furniture collection. The IFDA awarded Cohler with its Circle of Excellence Award and both Traditional Home and the D&D in New York named him Designer of the Year. The DCOTA Design Center recently honored Eric with its Star of Design Award. Eric is very proud that his Lee Jofa “Tyler Crewel” fabric was selected by President and Mrs. Obama for the White House family dining room. A frequent keynote speaker on interior design, art, and architecture, as well as an adjunct professor at Hobart College, Cohler holds an MA in Historic Preservation from Columbia University’s School of Architecture and a Certificate from Harvard’s Graduate School of Design. His book, “Cohler on Design”, was published in the Fall of 2012. Cohler is proud to be included in Elle Décor’s annual A-List issue.