Interior designer Rona Landman, opened her firm in 1995 specializing in residential and commercial design projects throughout New York and Florida. Rona's design theory is to render a space encompassing both functionality and beauty. She draws inspiration from the 1930's and 1940's. Throughout her career, Rona has been very involved with the American Society of Interior Designers (ASID), and supports Design Industries Foundation Fighting AIDS (DIFFA) and FURNISH A FUTURE. Rona's expertise has been widely celebrated in publications including Architectural Digest, New York Spaces, and The New York Times. She has participated in numerous showhouses including the Hampton Designer Showcase and the American Hospital of Paris Foundation International Designer Showhouse.
Rona recently launched a contemporary furniture line, Inspired by Rona, which includes 40 modern furniture pieces and accessories made of exotic woods, metals and parchment finishes. From the outset, the collection has been well received to industry acclaim.