Tricia Guild in Town: Contemporary Design for Urban Living

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Quadrille, 2004 - Architecture - 208 pages
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For over 25 years, Tricia Guild has been at the cutting edge of contemporary design. Her ability to mix vibrant color and pattern and her imaginative use of modern arts and crafts translates particularly well to city living. With the help of Elspeth Thompson’s stimulating essays and Gilles de Chabaneix’s luminous photos, Trisha Guild in Town presents a blueprint for modern urban living.

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The Designers Guild, which Tricia Guild founded over 25-five years ago, is best known for its inventive use of bright, bold color combinations. Here Guild's remodeled London Victorian town house ... Read full review

Contents

Introduction 10
39
A space in the city 16
56
The family town house
112
Strong modern colour in a period London home
128
Apartment life
141
Oneroom living
179
Conclusion
202
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About the author (2004)

Elspeth Thompson is the writer for a weekly column on gardening. She also regularly writes for the Sunday Telegraph and the Guardian. She is the author of several gardening books and Tricia Guild's titles. She lives in London, England.

de Chabaneix is a photographer whos work has appeared in many home, style and design books.

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