Roomscapes: The Decorative Architecture of Renzo Mongiardino

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Random House Incorporated, Jan 1, 1993 - Décoration intérieure - Histoire - 20e siècle - 208 pages
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Renzo Mongiardino is renowned as a consummate creator of spectacular, atmospheric art. This is the first complete presentation of Mongiardino's work and includes insights into his philosophy of space, design, and life itself.

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"Everything in our lives takes place within a space that surrounds us, therefore within architecture,'' writes Mongiardino. Thus, the title Roomscapes aptly describes the work of this Italian ... Read full review

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Introduction
9
Sketches
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Chapter
29
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