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INFINITE SPACE: CONTEMPORARY RESIDENTIAL ARCHITECTURE AND INTERIORS. Ed. by James Silverman et al. Die Gestalten Verlag, Berlin, 2016. 272 pp. with 293 col. ills. 31 x 25 cm. ISBN 9783899555981 In English.
Publisher's description: Architecture reflects the period of time in which it was created. This is true for landmark buildings and major public projects as well as residential and family properties. Yet architecture is also an expression of an individual's personality, needs, taste, and his or her overall take on life. Different countries, cultures, and lifestyles influence the design of structures and interiors as much as the local climate and other regional characteristics do. What does a house need to become a home? Infinite Space provides answers to this question that are as varied as the people behind the projects presented on its pages. Singles, couples, and families; clients, architects, and suppliers they all have their own ideas of what makes a modern home. While the featured buildings have a contemporary clarity, lightness, and openness in common, they differ greatly in their details. The spectrum of materials used includes wood, stone, metal, and glass. Colors range from bright to subdued; furnishings from glamorously elaborate to tastefully understated. Their unique combination gives each house its character or, rather, reflects the character of its owners, builders, and residents.
Indexing: Western, Europe, International (Western Style) — Post-2000 — Architecture, Interior Design
Plans: 74
Worldwide Number: 169956
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