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The Designer Says will resemble a dinner party, with a graphic designer from the eighteenth century sitting next to one practicing today, or two contemporary designers talk to each other, complimenting, competing, disagreeing, Occasionally, a critic will add his or her two cents to the mix.
A new generation of homeowners and architects is finding original solutions and unusual locations for contemporary single-family homes in urban areas.
"Our House in the City" not only presents striking photos and detailed architectural plans of urban living solutions, but it also tells the stories behind s... read more
This book examines and celebrates more than thirty years of innovative work by Kerry Hill Architects, a studio with offices in Singapore and Fremantle, Australia. This multi-award winning practice established its reputation with a series of exotic resorts in locations throughout southeast Asia, and also designed a brace of ex... read more
By means of exquisite scale drawings, Public Sydney describes and celebrates the public buildings, rooms and spaces of central Sydney, Australia's founding metropolis. It presents almost 100 of the city's most important public places in plan, cross-section and elevation, supported by images, and provides an overview of their ... read more
For more than thirty years, the architectural research department at Colonial Williamsburg has engaged in comprehensive study of early buildings, landscapes, and social history in the Chesapeake region. Its painstaking work has transformed our understanding of building practices in the colonial and early national periods and ... read more
A covetable new study on the work of Finnish architect Alvar Aalto, one of the twentieth-centuries most popular and accessible masters. Clear, concise and compact, this complete overview of Aalto explores all his major works, including their environmental, cultural and social contexts.
Loani Prior is back with her designs that turn the conventional tea cosy into a knitted piece of art.
|Author:||Ines de la Fressange|
Celebrity model Ines de La Fressange shares the well-kept secrets of how Parisian women maintain effortless glamour and timeless allure. Ines de La Fressange Frances icon of chic shares her personal tips for living with style and charm, gleaned from decades in the fashion industry. She offers specific pointers on how to dress... read more
This volume is an unprecedented history of Louis Vuitton's women's bags, the most coveted line of accessories in women's fashion. At the heart of Louis Vuitton are its City Bags, a range of women's bags that dates back to the turn of the twentieth... read more
|Author:||Amber Jane Butchart|
Styles come and go, but fashion has an enduring appeal, a rich history, and everyday practical relevance for millions. Launched to coincide with London Fashion Week 2014, this beautifully-packaged book offers a host of new perspectives on a classic subject. Professional fashion expert Amber Jane Butchart casts a quizzical eye... read more
In Berlin Street Style, noted design expert Angelika Taschen explains the unique style of this hip city. Where Parisians may covet a Hermes bag, a Chanel little black dress or chic ballet flats, Berliners don military parkas, sneakers and jeans. The look is casual, edgy, accessible, eclectic and a little rock and roll. The bo... read more
This is a stunning compilation of 100 images by photographer Gary Heery of Sydney florist Grandiflora's unique signature floral arrangements. Each image is accompanied by simple step-by-step instructions by Saskia Havekes, Grandiflora's owner, to assist readers replicate the arrangements in their own home.
Journalist and broadcaster Indira Naidoo has always been passionate about food and, teaming this with her increasing desire to live a sustainable life, has transformed her tiny 13th floor apartment balcony into a herb and vegetable garden that provides her with fresh produce all year round. The Edible Balcony charts a year in... read more
Art meets design. He has designed chairs, restaurants, boutiques, cars, planes, and even a space ship. For Australian industrial designer Marc Newson, the sky is no limit. From mass-produced products to designer furniture to fashion, Newson has blurred boundaries, mapped new territories, and made himself an international supe... read more
This popular book in the bestselling Way We Live series a visually thrilling exploration of the way people around the world live with colour is now available in an elegant compact edition. Divided into five main sections, the book showcases Gilles de Chabaneix's eye for the telling use of colour in interiors in a multitude of... read more
The Inspired Home celebrates stylish living through beautifully crafted interiors that artfully reflect the personal and unique styles of the creative individuals who reside there. Through the romantic and artful photographs of Ditte Isager, authors Kim Ficaro and Todd Nickey guide the reader through the homes of fifteen dyna... read more
|Author:||Ros Byam Shaw|
The most interesting, intriguing and truly stylish interiors are those that best reflect their owners' lifestyle, enthusiasms, memories, talents and skills. English Eccentric celebrates that interplay, visiting the homes of artists, designers, antiques dealers, furniture makers, florists, writers, gallery owners - people with... read more
Swiss-born artist Paul Klee (1879 - 1940) created some of the most innovative and best-loved works of the twentieth century, in media including etching, drawing, ink, pastel, oil paint and watercolour. Uniquely among his contemporaries, he combined the machine aesthetic of modernism with lyrical, organic elements, arriving at... read more
An instant Number One New York Times bestseller, Humans of New York began in the summer of 2010, when photographer Brandon Stanton set out on an ambitious project: to single-handedly create a photographic census of New York City. Armed with his camera, he began crisscrossing the city, covering thousands of miles on foot, all ... read more