Self-discovery by Design
Robert Koyman, art collector and dealer
In a chic downtown condominium building, developed by Charlesfort Developments, Robert Koyman took charge of remodelling his open-concept condo. By overseeing everything from re-designing the space to implementing the décor, the project gave him the opportunity to connect with himself and further discover his personal style.
It was a process that required time and patience. This allowed Robert the luxury of self-discovery and he learned that time and patience can open the mind to really understanding what you like and don’t like.
The value of patience also applies to acquiring an art collection. When you stop filling space and take the time to figure out what attracts you, it enables the development of an authentic appreciation and thoughtful collection.
ABOVE: Kingston artist Su Sheedy’s encaustic painting creates texture and drama in the sleek living room. Photographs of New York City are from local photographer Jordan Craig. RIGHT: Robert Koyman’s personal style is reflective of the sophisticated space in his downtown condo, overlooking the Ottawa River.