Internationally accomplished designer Henry Liska has been at the forefront of the interior design profession for more than thirty years.
Born in Vienna to parents of Canada’s fashion elite, Henry was exposed to style, fabrics and colour from an early age.
Henry’s career stretches beyond Toronto to New York, London, Paris, Shanghai, the Caribbean and Bermuda – his island home for nine years while leading projects that include private homes, corporate offices, banks, restaurants and small hotels.
Henry’s talent has been sought after by the families of American presidents, Canadian prime ministers and Middle Eastern royalty among others.
From cutting edge contemporary to the elegant re-interpretation of style classics, Henry’s interiors are chic and appropriate. His work has been featured in the New York Times, Boston Globe, Globe and Mail, Toronto Life, Style at Home, House and Home, Bermuda Homes and Gardens and The Bermudian among other publications.
Henry is a graduate in Fine Art from the University of Toronto where he also completed three years of study at the John H. Daniels School of Architecture before setting out to work in New York, Europe and the Middle East.