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2004 Press

    • Travel + Leisure
    • Travel + Leisure


    Travel + Leisure

    SLEEPING TIGHT IN AMERICA : Boutique hotels by signature designers are popping up across the country faster than you can say "room service." A few of the latest from coast to coast: BOSTON The Bulfinch Hotel broughtin Campion A. Platt (who designed New York's MercBar and Park Avalon) to re-create its historic building a few blocks from Beacon Hill. Read More

    • Architectural Digest
    • Architectural Digest


    Architectural Digest

    "THEY BRING A FUSION OF ART AND TECHNOLOGY TO CARPET MAKING." Watercolor - Inspired Design: "The imagery used has an ethereal quality," says Campion A. Platt (above, in the Fort Street Studio showroom, examining a carpet he commissioned for a client). The principals, artists Brad Davis and Janis Provisor, design carpets (left and Read More

    • ELLE Decor
    • ELLE Decor


    ELLE Decor

    THE 10 MOST ENCHANTING CHAISE LONGUES : Designers Campion Platt and Monique Gibson lean into the curves of ELLE DECOR's picks of the best lounges. Lounging Around For more than 200 years - ever since the Parisian hostess Madame Recamier bestowed upon it the kiss of chic - the chaise longue has sympolized luxury and indulge Read More

    • Time Warner CBS Interview


    Time Warner CBS Interview

    Architectural Digest presents ROOMS WITH A VIEW of Central Park: To celebrate the opening of the condominium residences of One Central Park at Time Warner Center, Architectural Digest invied Campion Platt to imagine room settings for New York City's most glamorous new property. Steps away from Lincoln Center, the Museum of Modern Art and View Video

    • Architectural Digest


    Architectural Digest

    ARCHITECTURAL DIGEST's FIRST AND ONLY DESIGN EXHIBIT : Designers from the AD 100 make raw spaces with soaring views come alive at New York's One Central Park at Time Warner Center. Read More

    • Architectural Digest AD 100


    Architectural Digest AD 100

    While attending school in Zurich, Switzerland, a 15-year-old Campion A. Platt decied to get his career path in order. He aimed to "focus and combine all of my talents into one profession, but it had to be a profession that would also allow me a Read More