Hybrid Interiors: New Combinations for Contemporary Living
Richly illustrated with more than 300 colour photographs, Hybrid Interiors presents twenty-five imaginative interiors where styles, cultures, trends and end uses are mixed and matched. These spaces from Amsterdam to Rome, from Berlin to Beijing provide settings for the dialogue between contemporary design and historic preservation, living space and working space, and classic style and popular culture. The idiosyncratic experiments on the pages of this book provide a rich source of inspiration to those seeking to break away from the overworked catalogue of formulas already used in the field of interior design.
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ExtraordinaryFamiliar HomeWork InteriorExterior H HistoricContemporary 7 Introduction
Between Punk and Deco Berlin
Art and Recycling Berlin
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Aleph Alessandro Mendini Amsterdam antique apartment architect architecture armchair artists baroque bathroom bathtub bedroom building Carrara Castiglioni ceiling ceramic chairs chandelier characterized classic Claudio Parmiggiani color console table contemporary corner created curtains custom-made Dashanzi designed dining area dining room door doorway drapes eighteenth century Eileen Gray Eliseo Mattiacci Elvira Bach entrance facade fireplace floor lamp Fontanellato foreground framed Franco Franco Maria Ricci furnishings gallery Giulio Turcato glass hangs inspired interior internal Jorge Pensi kitchen laminate living area living room located loft marble materials Meret Oppenheim metal Miani mirror motifs Nicoli's nineteenth century objects original Oscar Tusquets Overleaf owner painting panels partitions Philippe Starck Philips Vingboons Pier Giacomo Castiglioni Previous pages Ray Eames renovation residence restoration Rome sculpture second floor Second overleaf shapes sitting room sofa space structure style terrace terracotta trusses vase Verner Panton villa walls wood wooden Yvonne