"We both appreciate beautiful things, but we're not afraid of disregarding their pretentious aspects," says Wang of his friend. "He loves the Carlyle, but at the same time we can chill at the noodle joint in Chinatown." Korban describes his style as a mix of sex, romance, and fantasy. "I love that Italian look from the 1970s, when tacky looked expensive," he says. Design Ryan, Living Rooms, Rich Life, Ryan Korban, White Curtains, Harpers Bazaars, Interiors Design, New York Apartment, Manhattan Apartment
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Though it's not for sheer luxury's sake. "It's not just to look rich. The fur is always coordinated. While it's glamorous, it's been thought out." But how will he top Wang's hammock? "I really want to do a fur teepee next," he says. "I don't know who it will be for, but it's going to happen."
large graphic black and white abstract painting with thin gold metallic frame around canvas - Ryan Korban apartment via Harper's Bazaar
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Though interior designer Ryan Korban's stacks of art and design books aren't organized by color, piling up like-sized books and topping them with accessories, ashtrays, and crystal gives them polish. Source