Designers' Houses

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Harry N. Abrams, Nov 1, 2001 - Art - 192 pages
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Around twenty of the best-known names in European interior design, such as Kelly Hoppen, Jacques Garcia, Jacques Grange and Andree Putman open their doors to reveal the stylish secrets of their homes and how these reflect the way they think about and approach interior space and light. Divided into three major sections, this wonderfully illustrated book explores the major trends of today. It begins with Fusion and finishes with Modern, plus a list of designer contacts and a directory of key fabric, wallpaper and furniture suppliers. Especially commissioned photographs reveal each personal space in a fresh and inspirational way. This is an invaluable source book for those searching for innovative ideas. It is a survey of the spectrum of style that exists in contemporary interior design completed by a directory of the key designers practicing and sought after today.

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Presented here are "20 of some of the best [European] interior designers working internationally at the start of the new century." The text is divided by style into sections on the new classics ... Read full review



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Dominic Bradbury is a design writer.

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