International furniture and interior designer Jiun Ho of Jiun Ho Interiors has released his first mobile application, which allows users to ask the designer for advice on their most challenging projects, view his bio and portfolio, and experience an interactive view of the “Legacy Room” and furnishings he designed and curated specifically for the Maison de Luxe show house at the historic Greystone Mansion in Beverly Hills, California.
App users will also have access to detailed galleries of custom artwork, sculpture, furniture and accessories from inside the Greystone Mansion. Viewers will be captivated by Ho’s inspiration to retell the infamous history of America’s early oil tycoons through his room design, as well as become intrigued by the history and scandal behind Greystone Mansion’s Guest Suite.
“Developing this app was an important part of the Greystone experience for me. This room was designed with the Doheny family in mind, and it works to retell their legacy, as well as give visitors a deeper look into the overall design of the space,” said Ho.
Android and iPhone users can download the “Jiun Ho pour Maison de Luxe,” app now.
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