Campion Platt

Campion A. Platt (b. Cambridge, Massachusetts) is an architect.

He established the architecture and design firm Campion A. Platt, P.C. in NYC after attending Columbia University School of Architecture in New York City. He is married to Tatiana Platt.

He is frequently published in Architectural Digest magazine as one of the Top 100 Architects and Designers in the world. He completed the Time Warner showhouse at Columbus Circle and the "Esquire Magazine" Astor Place showhouse, the Esquire 360 showhouse in Los Angeles.

His projects have included residences, restaurants, hotels, corporate offices in the U.S. and around the world. He is also a furniture designer: The Campaign Collection and the Crystalline Collection and textile designer: Metro Cloth Collection for Jim Thompson

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