Alberto Pinto: Moderns
Random House Incorporated, 2002 - House & Home - 256 pages
The preeminent master of unabashed wealth and opulence, Paris based Alberto Pinto is one of the world's most acclaimed interior designers. Alberto Pinto: Moderns offers us an intimate glimpse of Pinto's world, a world of exquisite luxury, a world in which, by Pinto's hand, elegance and abundance thrive. His clients are among the world's elite.
In this book, the first in English to deal exclusively with Alberto Pinto's modern interiors, we are offered a privileged look at some of his most exciting commercial and residential work, including the new Club Méditerranée, the renovation of the famous "La Mamounia" Hotel in Marrakech, a hotel in Gstaad, the Balmain boutique in Paris, a private Boeing 737, a five-masted private yacht, a vacation house in Marbella, and an apartment in Paris.
It is with good reason that Alberto Pinto's interiors have appeared on the covers of the world's leading interior design and architecture magazines and that his life is well documented in the society pages of the world's newspapers. He stands beside his clients, inclined to an appreciation of the finer things. In Alberto Pinto: Moderns this is sumptuously evident.
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