Indian Style

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C.N. Potter, 1990 - Architecture - 299 pages
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India, perhaps as no other land, possesses an extraordinary mix of religions, people, and traditions. This book reveals the opulent palaces of fabled maharajahs as well as the native dwellings few visitors ever see. The authors introduce the variety of Indian style in more than 500 full-color photographs.

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User Review  - Michael Heath-Caldwell - Goodreads

Rather an interesting book on Indian interior and architectural styles. Read full review

Contents

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Living in India
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Essences of India
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About the author (1990)

Design consultant and art director Stafford Cliff has spent a lifetime designing catalogs and magazines relating to the home. Working with Sir Terence Conran he produced the very first Habitat catalogs and, in 1974, designed "The House Book", one of the first truly design-led guides to interior furnishing, which became the biggest selling home book of all time. Since then he has produced dozens of books on aspects of design and the home-- most recently "The Way We Live", a remarkable 480-page survey of homes around the world, and two titles for Artisan: "Home", a groundbreaking investigation into how we feel about our homes, and "1000 Garden Ideas", a visual sourcebook featuring garden and patio elements from around the world.

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