So, you want your home to look like something out of an award winning 5 Star Park Avenue hotel?

We caught up with Joe Ginsberg this week to get to know the design guru behind the Marmara Hotel, The Gramercy Park Hotel's swanky cocktail lounge, Rose Bar, and numerous other homes and apartments that could each be deserving of their own Home & Design Magazine showcase.

Inspired by nature, art and the street, Joe Ginsberg’s unique aesthetic combines artisan craftsmanship and functionality to create timeless interiors. His painstaking attention to detail and ability to fabricate a wide range of architectural applications and furnishings, Joe is the go to for many of New York's most notable developers and taste-makers.

Check out some of his incredible projects, below.

"My design directive for the fireplace was to create an unexpected and sculptural presence that would seamlessly compliment the pastel pallet and soft landscape throughout the lobby. From an artisanal plaster to a cast bronze, from a forged metal to a faceted glass, my intention was to invent an unforeseen space with a versatile yet complimentary installation of material applications. It was essential that there be subtle as well as pronounced contrasts between the wovens, textiles and textures. For instance, the light and dark tones of the reclaimed oak ceiling paralleled with the bold mirrored steel fireplace, reveals a sensitivity to color, light and shadow while exuding a stunning relationship between the scale and innovation of architectural details." - Joe Ginsberg

"My design directive for the fireplace was to create an unexpected and sculptural presence that would seamlessly compliment the pastel pallet and soft landscape throughout the lobby. From an artisanal plaster to a cast bronze, from a forged metal to a faceted glass, my intention was to invent an unforeseen space with a versatile yet complimentary installation of material applications. It was essential that there be subtle as well as pronounced contrasts between the wovens, textiles and textures. For instance, the light and dark tones of the reclaimed oak ceiling paralleled with the bold mirrored steel fireplace, reveals a sensitivity to color, light and shadow while exuding a stunning relationship between the scale and innovation of architectural details." - Joe Ginsberg