Campion Platt founded his New York-based firm in 1990, the architect and interior designer, grew up in Switzerland and is designing not only apartments and houses but furniture, lighting, carpets, and virtual doll houses. His holistic approach creates highly personalized spaces – making him a favorite of celebrities including Al Pacino, Meg Ryan, Roger Waters, Conan O’Brien, Jay McInerney and socialite Anne Hearst. Platt has received numerous accolades for his holistic approach to design—such as the prestigious ranking on Architectural Digest’s “AD 100” list of the world’s top interior designers and New York Magazine’s “The City’s 100 Best Architects and Decorators,” as well as being published in Architectural Digest, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Elle Décor, House Beautiful, Wallpaper, Esquire, HC&G and Travel & Leisure.
Campion Platt and his family reside in New York city and also have a home in Palm Beach. Ocean living inspired him to create the stylish, modern and environmentally friendly, The Campion Platt Beach House for Digitaldollhouse.com social games. This is for all who love all things design. Now anyone can design a beach house that is clean, simple, innovative, and fresh. No matter what your design, Campion urges his clients to focus on “feelings, style, and attitude.”
If you hurry up a register for free at Digital Dollhouse.com. Then get familiar with creating your dream space. There is a Design Challenge: Design a FULL HOUSE or SINGLE ROOM BEACH or VICTORIAN that is Filled with crisp Whites and some Purple highlights. The WINNERS will get: A signed copy of Campion Platt’s new book: Made To Order. Make sure you read the terms and conditions.
Campion Platt’s newly released book MADE TO ORDER is a snapshot of the firm’s highly specialized approach to interior design. Projects featured in the book range from a beautiful Hudson Valley estate, a Jewel Box apartment, a historic tropical bungalow in Palm Beach and a beautiful Country Manor in Southampton, NY.
So get ready to move into your Beachfront dream house.
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