Hybrid Interiors: New Combinations for Contemporary Living

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Thames & Hudson, 2007 - Interior architecture - 299 pages
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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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Contents

ExtraordinaryFamiliar HomeWork InteriorExterior H HistoricContemporary 7 Introduction
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Between Punk and Deco Berlin
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Art and Recycling Berlin
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