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1. Horse Country Estate by Cullman & Kravis - This beautifully appointed country estate favors refined elegance over classic rusticity. Boasting stunning antiques as well as a spectacular collection of modern art, the home remains incredibly inviting thanks to sumptuous furnishings and textiles.

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Suzanne Lovell has been practicing the art of interior design for over twenty-five years. Widely recognized as an expert in art, antiques, textiles, and furnishings, Lovell aims to redefine the traditional notion of luxury in interior design by including contemporary twists and touches inspired by her diverse clientele. Using elements such as architectural materials, furniture, fabric, and design objects, she creates residences that reflect both the client’s personal style as well as the firm’s distinct culture.

Lovell is the Principal of Suzanne Lovell, Inc., an international, full service, architectural interior design firm, which she established in Chicago in 1986. Prior to opening her firm, Lovell studied with Olivio Ferrari at Virginia Tech, the top-ranked architecture program in the country.

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On Tuesday, December 2, 2014, leading interior designer Suzanne Lovell served as guest speaker at DigitasLBi’s inaugural “Ideas Convection” event in Chicago. DigitasLBi, a global marketing and technology agency with an office in the heart of the city’s business district, launched the monthly event to promote the flow of new ideas from leaders working in creative fields such as architecture, design, and technology.

Lovell presented her lecture to Team Whirlpool, a group of seventy-five creatives and advertising executives working on the Whirlpool Brands campaign, which includes Whirlpool, Jenn-Air, KitchenAid, and Maytag. Using thoughtfully curated images from her firm’s portfolio of completed projects, Lovell explained the influence that her design work has on culture. She proceeded to walk Team Whirlpool through her design process, touching on the art, architecture, and materials that inspire and inform her classic yet decidedly modern interiors.

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