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Welcome to our March Design and Living Issue. Our admiration for design has always been prevalent in the genetic makeup of our publication. We can’t help but marvel on the artistry of good design. Design shakes us out of our trances, and jointly wakes us up and calms us down—reminding us all to probe, examine, think, and feel. Whether carefully annotated on our pages or envisaged in space we want to call home. Design is all around us.
As we go into the highlight of our issue, we pay tribute to Christopher Guy Harrison, an award-winning internationally renowned designer and the founder and CEO of luxury furnishings brand, Christopher Guy. The CG brand has elevated the art of elegant living with presence in over 42 cities including showrooms throughout North America, Europe, Asia, the Middle East, and has taken a forefront in the world of luxury furniture.
Since, we are talking about unprecedented design we were a bit enamored by 432 Park Avenue, and there is nothing like a skyline jewel overlooking Central Park, New York Harbor, and lower Manhattan. Designed by world-renowned architect Rafael Viñoly and interior designer Deborha Berke, 432 Park Avenue has become one of the most coveted addresses in New York City and beyond.
We also tackle the challenge of designing a small space, a common denominator for high-rise living.
Turn to page 28, for the perfect tips to mix a few key pieces to create the illusion of a larger abode and make a stylish statement.
Elsewhere in this issue, we take you on a journey to Phoenix for a look at the stunning AAA Four Diamond boutique hideaway, called Hermosa Inn. Originally, the residence and studio of iconic cowboy artist Alonzo “Lon” Megargee, this one-of-a-kind boutique resort is the quintessential blend of modern luxury and authentic southwestern charm.
I am thrilled to be sharing so many fabulous design ideas with you this month, and hope that it takes you away from your routine and is a haven for your imagination.