Luxury Portfolio International® has published a new edition of its magazine, which is currently available online and will soon be on newsstands in 60+ countries worldwide. The magazine is produced biannually by the luxury real estate network Luxury Portfolio International® and highlights extraordinary homes from around the world and the latest trends in luxury living, design and more.
Among the stunning homes featured is the historic Liongate Estate of Bel Air, an architectural masterpiece by celebrated architect Paul Williams that was at one-time owned by country legend Kenny Rogers. Other homes that are showcased include a coastal getaway in the Spanish city of Marbella, a breathtaking villa in Vienna’s Noble District, an impressive compound on Kiawah Island, South Carolina and a global collection of remarkable penthouses.
The magazine’s Market Pulse takes a look at the latest activity in the world’s most prestigious markets, offering useful insights for home enthusiast and investors. Additionally, readers get a taste for high-end travel, with an insider’s guide to the island of Mauritius, a culinary tour of food markets around the globe and the latest travel trend of private jet journeys. An interview with today’s hottest celebrity interior designer, Martyn Bullard Lawrence, reveals creative ideas for discerning home owners.
With a targeted distribution designed to reach a highly affluent audience, the magazine has a circulation of over 100,000 and is sent to Leading Real Estate Companies of the World® and Luxury Portfolio members in nearly 50. It is mailed to buyers and sellers identified by the network’s top agents and can be found in select international first class airline lounges and purchased at Barnes & Noble in the U.S. and Chapters Indigo in Canada.
“The magazine supports our mission of sharing the world’s most phenomenal homes, with up-close views of estates that represent truly distinctive lifestyles. We complement that by giving our readers a deeper understanding of what is happening in various luxury segments – from travel to design,” said Luxury Portfolio President Paul Boomsma.