Christopher Guy To Present 3rd Annual BritWeek Design Icon Award To Nina Campbell
Beverly Hills, April 14th, 2014--- Global iconic furniture brand Christopher Guy’s visionary founder, CEO and chief designer, Christopher Guy Harrison, will present his third annual BritWeek Design Icon Award
The award ceremony—which will include a Beatles 50th Anniversary male fashion show, surprise musical entertainment, champagne bar, Asprey award presentation, and celebrity transportation provided by Aston Martin— will be a signature event of BritWeek 2014. Each Spring, BritWeek celebrates creativity and innovation between Britain and the US, in multiple categories including film & TV, business, philanthropy, fine and performing arts, and design. Founded in Los Angeles, there are now satellite BritWeek events in San Francisco, Orange County and Miami. Past recipients of the Christopher Guy BritWeek Design Icon Award have been Jaguar Design Director Ian Callum, and Royal Milliner Philip Treacy.
Based in London’s glamorous Knightsbridge district, Nina Campbell’s unparalleled client list has included Annabel’s Private Club, The Savoy Lobby (with David Linley), The Groucho Club, The Hotel Parc Victor Hugo in Paris,
The Campbell Apartment Bar in New York’s Grand Central Station, the New Sheridan Hotel in Telluride, Colorado, and many other élite hotel and residential projects in Britain, the United States, Germany, China and Jordan, as well as a series of lines of bespoke furniture, wallpaper design, table linens, china and glassware, apparel, rugs and cashmere throws. She is the author of six books on design and has appeared on home remodeling programs on the BBC. Nina Campbell has received an honorary doctorate from the University of Middlesex, and numerous international awards.
It is only appropriate that she should be honored by Christopher Guy Harrison, who himself has revolutionized furniture design aesthetics with his eye-catching, flowing lines. The Christopher Guy brand is known as a creator of the world’s most fabulous lifestyles, with a global footprint in luxury residential design, as well as in world famous hotels and stores, including most recently Harrod’s—a very short distance from Nina Campbell’s own design studio in Knightsbridge.
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