Rolls-Royce Owner’s Club Publication – “Strive for Perfection”

Several months ago, we were approached by the official publisher to the Rolls-Royce Owners’ Club (RROC), St James’s House, with an invitation to appear in a special publication. St James’s House had been appointed by the RROC to create a high-quality, lifestyle publication tailored to the interests of club members. Titled Strive for Perfection, this stunning, full color, hardcover book explores the living legacy of the world’s most famous marque, Rolls-Royce, and showcases a range of luxury brands for the home. The book features just eight design professionals from across North America – including Sesshu Design Associates.

Sesshu Design featured in RROC publication
The publication is called Strive for Perfection and reflects each featured partner’s commitment to that philosophy

Written by motoring and luxury brand experts, the book will be launched at the RROC’s 65th Annual Meet held at the French Lick Resort in French Lick, Indiana, from June 18 through June 24.

The Rolls-Royce Owners Club annual event
The scene at last year’s event, held at the Biltmore Estate in Asheville, N.C.

The book will be distributed to all RROC members, and will be made available to Rolls-Royce and Bentley dealerships around the world. Sesshu Design was recommended to St. James’ House as a featured design professional because of our stellar design work on the finest luxury homes in Scottsdale and across the western US. We are proud to be one of the companies profiled in this book, which is a spectacular display of elegance and luxury. Our two-page spread incorporates Tanya’s interviews with St James’s House, as well as their writer’s vision of our company. Photos of our interiors will be featured prominently in the profile.

Sesshu Design is official partner in Rolls-Royce Owner's Club publication

We are also quite honored to be invited to participate in the ‘World of Luxury’ exhibition at this year’s RROC meet at the French Lick Resort in Indiana, which recently underwent a $500 million renovation.