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INTERIORS IN DETAIL: 100 CONTEMPORARY ROOMS. Dominic Bradbury. Monacelli Press, New York, 2015. Distributed by Random House, Inc., New York. 432 pp. with 705 col. ills. 25 x 20 cm. LC 2015-938278 ISBN 9781580934343 In English.
Publisher's description: Encompassing everything from townhouses and farmsteads to mountain cabins and beach houses, this beautifully illustrated and comprehensive reference will inspire both first-time decorators and experienced interior designers. Explore 100 exemplary private homes through 600 lavish images, from Manhattan and Marrakech to Madrid and Melbourne, with stops in Los Angeles, Miami, Hong Kong, Istanbul, London, Paris, Milan, and Rio de Janeiro--in styles ranging from Art Deco to modern. This rich resource for the imagination is divided into ten chapters devoted to color, composition, setting, and other specific elements of interior style. Each chapter is illustrated with interiors designed by some of the most original and creative designers and architects working today: Bates Masi, Alexander Gorlin, Jonathan Adler, Rose Tarlow, Pierre Frey, Vicente Wolf, Tsao & McKown, Frederic Mechiche, Fearon Hay, David Collins, Winka Dubbeldam, and many more. A double-page spread reveals the most spectacular space in each home, followed by a list of key concepts, numbered close-ups that highlight aspects of the design, and expert write-ups to explain how each element serves the design as a whole.
Indexing: Western, International (Western Style) — Post-2000 — Interior Design
Plans: 70,54
Worldwide Number: 168406
Hardcover $45.00t (libraries receive a 20% discount on this title)    

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