London interiors

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Jane Edwards, Angelika Taschen
Taschen, Aug 15, 2000 - Architecture - 303 pages
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In case you're actually taking time to read this description (and not already rushing to the bookshop), we'll fill you in on why this new Interiors installment is simply a must-have. London is the capital of cool, full of famous artists, photographers, musicians, writers, decorators, designers, architects, and film-makers- and here is a chance to sneak into their homes! These aren't your typical rich-and-famous interiors, they're the apartments, lofts, houses (and even one houseboat) that truly represent London's wonderful eccentricity.

Predictable? Typical? Not exactly. The book's 300 pages of rich color photographs will send your senses reeling. From Noel Gallagher and Meg Matthews' rock-and-roll townhouse to DJ Talvin Singh's colorful Indian-inspired hideaway to painter Chris Ofili's multilevel East End home/studio, you'll find an eye-popping mix of styles. Expect to be surprised, delighted, and inspired by this wild array of interiors. Got it? Now get it!

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Kaleidoscopic London Le kaléidoscope londonien Kaleidoskop London
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Simon Upton
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Simon UptonThe Interior Archive
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