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Luxury is about both materiality and context. - Campion Platt


Whether he is designing a custom residence, a home-away- from home boutique hotel, or a line of furniture or textiles, interior designer Campion Platt has one thing in mind: luxury. “Luxury is about both materiality and context,” he explains, adding that context might mean creating clear, open spaces within the confines of a Manhattan residence, or selecting opulent finishes – such as leather, resin, or marble – to accentuate spatial forms. Campion’s ideas of luxury consistently incorporate fine craftsmanship and contemporary styling as well as eco-sensitive design. For the past twenty years, his firm has shown clients across the country how to make modern design both sophisticated and soothing.

Campion earned an undergraduate degree from University of Michigan, and a Master of Architecture degree from Columbia University.  A member of the American Institute of Architects and the Architectural League of NY, he understands the importance of creating architecture and interiors that meld seamlessly. 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. A full gamut of specialized artisans and craftspeople execute Campion’s designs, which often incorporate new and innovative material uses.

Designs are dictated by extensive client-generated wish lists, rather than preconceived notions, resulting in a varied portfolio. “No two of our projects are the same,” says Campion, who emphasizes contrasts in design and believes that his work is constantly evolving. The only element that consistently remains the same is a commitment to clean, fresh luxury.

The full-service firm has been a leader in boutique hotel design, setting benchmarks with such projects as the Mercer Hotel in New York and the Chateau Marmont Hotel in Hollywood (both of which Campion was involved in as a co- developer as well), and Boston’s Bulfinch Hotel. Recognition and accolades for Campion and the firm have been widespread, with 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 publication in magazines from Architectural Digest, Elle Décor, Wallpaper, Objekt and Gotham to Esquire and Travel & Leisure.

To keep his design inspirations flowing, Campion travels frequently. While he appreciates the beauty of European cities such as Paris, he is most inspired by the simple, deliberate housing and lifestyles of Southeast Asia. “I like considering the translation to our own culture, and the free association of ideas.” Always generating new ideas, Platt recently launched a custom furniture company to complement his architecture and interiors. From 19th Century campaign-style furniture to sleek modern pieces, the collections include the same sumptuous finishes and careful attention to proportion and detail and environmentally friendly materials.

Campion is currently designing a “green village” at The Greenbrier Sporting Club, located on the historic grounds of The Greenbrier resort in White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia. Platt developed a palette of healthy, “green” interior finishes and complimentary eco-friendly “green” furniture packages for the new green homes.

In addition, Campion recently completed designs on a large, turn-key home development at the DPS Sporting Club Development’s sister property, Turks & Caicos Sporting Club at Ambergris Cay. Campion has developed unique interiors and furnishings for their inspired eco-development including a new eco textile collection with HBF Textiles, which launched in 2009. His new luxe-green eco designs will be featured in the Hampton’s Cottage and Gardens “Idea House” in the Hamptons. In May of 2010, Campion launched the MARINER COLLECTION of custom hand knotted rugs for Roubini Rugs.  He is also working on a number of new fabric, lighting, and furniture collection lines to continue the theme of modern luxury which includes Casella Lighting, Haviland China, and his already launched Jim Thompson METRO CLOTH Collection of textiles

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“Design inspired by the imagination and realized through craft”

World-renowned architect and interior designer, Campion Platt, is no stranger to the world of luxury. Whether he is designing a custom residence, a home-away-from home, a boutique hotel or a line of custom furniture or textiles, Platt’s projects are a mix of fine craftsmanship and contemporary styling.  A thought leader in the eco-friendly and technology-driven design space with vast experience in custom architecture and interiors, his holistic approach to design creates highly personalized spaces; no two projects are the same. The only element that consistently remains the same throughout Platt’s work is a commitment to clean, fresh luxury.

Campion is a member of many prestigious organizations such as the American Institute of Architects, the New York School of Interior Design and Jenn-Air/ Whirpool Advisory Board, and the Architectural League of New York. He is an author of the design book “Made to Order”. Campion has received numerous accolades for his work including a distinguished 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”, And Ocean Homes Nov/2016 top 50 Architects.

Campion has designed collections for Jim Thompson, HBF Textiles, McGuire, Nicoletti, Moura Starr, and Roubini Rugs. Currently he is working on collections for Stark Carpet, Harden Furniture and HC28 in China. He is a favorite designer to celebrities such as Al Pacino, Meg Ryan, Conan O’Brien, Russell Simmons, Roger Waters, Jay McInerney and socialite Anne Hearst. Campion’s eye for elegance and his affluent clientele have not only established him as a leading designer to the elite, but have also made him a notable name among society’s movers and shakers.
Recently, Campion completed work on an Embassy Suites Hotel in New York, a Renaissance Hotel in Philadelphia and on the prestigious Hotel Dupont in Wilmington, DE.

Campion is extending his brand to Asia with 2 new projects in Shenzhen China.

Campion lives in West Palm Beach with his wife, Tatiana, and 4 children.

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