Evoke: Nina MagonNina Magon with Jill Sieracki

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The first monograph of interior designer Nina Magon, featuring the glamorous spaces that have made her sought-after by a jet-set clientele

Born in Canada and raised in Houston, interior designer Nina Magon's family would frequently return to their country of origin, India, and with every passage take a different course, visiting the world's cultural capitals. These dramatic detours profoundly impacted her global approach and shaped her award-winning practice.

In Evoke, her first book, Magon shares with readers the cosmopolitan glamour that has become her signature, a sophisticated style that carefully balances high-gloss modernism and old-world grandeur, and has been embodied in her designs for the royal family of Abu Dhabi, MGM Resorts International, and Major League Baseball World Series winner José Altuve. In Magon's interiors, the defining characteristics of the most coveted haute couture are echoed in the elegant arch of a sculpted niche, a jewel-tone fabric enveloping a collection of voluptuous sofas, or the sparkle of a glamorous chandelier that cascades like fine jewelry over a breathtaking restaurant. Each unique space that Magon creates is evocative of an international lifestyle, synthesizing art, architecture, and fashion.


  • Format: Hardback
  • Size: 305 × 229 mm (12 × 9 in)
  • Pages: 272 pp
  • Illustrations: 200 illustrations
  • ISBN: 9781580936293

Nina Magon arrived on the scene in 2014 as a semifinalist on NBC’s American Dream Builders hosted by Nate Berkus. She has since earned a discerning international clientele, a dedicated following, and numerous awards including several Interior Design magazine Best of the Year honors; New York's Best of Design; Entrepreneur of the Year by the Asian Chamber of Commerce, Houston; and many New York Product Design Awards. Magon's designs for furniture, lighting, and homewares have been featured by luxury retailers including Artemest, notably in their 2023 L'Appartamento exhibition in Milan, and Bergdorf Goodman. Her work has appeared in publications such as Architectural Digest, Elle Decor, the Wall Street Journal, Forbes, and Robb Report, among others.

Jill Sieracki is a feature writer and Managing Editor of Galerie.