New London Interiors
As London has discovered a more urbane attitude to interiors, a wealth of designers and architects has begun a revolution in the treatment of the capital's interior spaces. New London Interiors brings together the best work of the new millenium - including houses, apartments, restaurants, bars, museums, art galleries, theatres, cinemas, boutiques, salons, gyms, and even schools, colleges and offices - and shows how interiors are the springboard for some of Britain's brightest architectural talents, and a field that engages some world-renowned names. Critical texts by architecture critic Kieran Long evaluate the projects in the context of design, architecture, materials and fashion to create an absorbing snapshot of the state of contemporary interior design.
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