Wednesday, September 7, 2011

Quintessential Design !

The internationally inspired designs of Christopher Guy Harrison are legendary for merging classic and modern elements. This year, the designer, himself, became a legend as he received the highest honors of World Market Center Las Vegas: the Design Icon Award. The "Design Icon" award honors design visionaries who have created a body of work that left an indelible print on the industry. 
In the early 1990s, Guy had a vision. "I’m going to create the finest mirror collection in the world," he said. In 1993, he did just that, moving from Spain to Java, a dusty little town that was home to the finest mahogany carvers in the world. There, he began Harrison & Gil, a prestigious mirror frame collection. Over time, he built a state-of-the art facility, employing more than 1,400 craftsmen. After much success with the mirror collection, Guy told about how he decided to expand his scope into luxury furnishings. 
In 2006, the Christopher Guy brand was born, uniting mirrors and luxury furnishings in harmony. Today, it is a global brand with its headquarters in Singapore.

Composed in a myriad of carved ovals, this dramatic headboard is a stunning addition 
to any bedroom with a contemporary feel.


Stunning diamond back design with musical clef inspired detail and straight legs, a fitting complement to a contemporary interior.

A Christopher Guy signature mahogany writing desk, embodied with intricately hand carved motifs, a lacquered writing top, and concealed writing drawers.

This oval headboard is based on a legendary Christopher Guy design, inspired by the Chapeau worn by Camilla Parker Bowles at her Royal Wedding.

Guy’s products can be found across the world, in the finest homes in Beverly Hills and the Riviera, in movies such as The Devil Wears Prada and Casino Royale, in his flagship store in Beverly Hills and the Robert Allen | Beacon Hill showroom at Las Vegas Design Center, in hotels from Las Vegas to London and in casinos in Macau.

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