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Casa de Campo Living magazine is thrilled to announce the release of its latest fall edition, custom-crafted exclusively for the vibrant Casa de Campo community.
The 44th edition of Casa de Campo Living magazine is bursting with captivating articles and stunning visuals meticulously curated to entertain, enlighten, and inspire. Here are just a few of the highlights:
We had the pleasure of speaking with Rosalía Gómez de Caro, a prominent member of Dominican society who has made the art of table setting an integral part of her life. She passionately believes that a well-set table and a carefully selected menu showcase the host’s impeccable taste and emphasize the value placed on guests.
Meet Luciana Goldfain, the new General Manager of Altos de Chavón. In an exclusive interview, she shares her vision and unwavering commitment to elevating this unique cultural hub within Casa de Campo. She’s determined to build strong community relationships and bring Altos de Chavón into the limelight while preserving its distinct identity.
We also introduce you to Spencer Power, the new Manager of the Shooting Center at Casa de Campo. At just 23 years old, Power brings a wealth of shooting experience and a boundless passion for the sport to Casa. He shares his journey from becoming a South Carolina state champion to managing Casa de Campo’s world-class shooting center. With responsibilities that include ensuring the smooth operation and maintenance of Promatic trap machines, Power is dedicated to taking the center to new heights.
Step into the world of Silvia López Chavez, a talented Dominican artist and alumna of the Chavón School of Design, renowned for her vibrant murals that transcend cultural boundaries and shed light on social and environmental issues. In our interview with Casa de Campo Living, she shares her artistic journey, her experiences at Chavón, and her collaboration with America Olivo on a mural for The Outlaw Ocean Mural Project in La Romana.
We are also delighted to partner with Crista Ryan and Casa de Campo Real Estate to showcase some breathtaking villas available for those seeking a second home or primary residence in paradise. It’s not just a wise investment; it’s a way to make Casa de Campo your own.
We extend our heartfelt gratitude to our contributors, advertisers, and, above all, our readers, whose steadfast support enables us to bring the spirit of Casa de Campo to life on these pages.
Keep an eye out for the magazine; we sincerely hope you will enjoy the stories we’ve brought to print, and remember, you can also find it online!