Interiors: Europe & the Americas II
A keen eye and reveal the essence of these 32 projects illustrated in this second edition of INTERIORS: Europe & the Americas how, despite being in different cities, nations and continents, study and research are always fundamental factors for the success of a good project. Each interior maintains its architectural characteristics linked to the place, its history and despite this a common language opens up a large window to the world that offers useful insights and ideas for our way of living in the house. Architects as well as interior designers have a fundamental role; it is they who have the contacts with the world of production, design, and with leading companies and through their continuous research they are able to design the house of our dreams. This is one of the concepts for which I have always been personally fascinated by my work. Over the years I have worked to understand and distinguish the importance of a project, the work behind it, the time dedicated to research, study, acknowledge, and the division of spaces; as in the study of light.
Successful interior design is built from layer upon layer of color, texture, pattern, embellishment, and more. Prominent photographer and author Gianni Franchellucci provides an incisive exploration of the essential aspects of interior design. Interiors: Europe & the Americas II features over 400 color photographs in 272 pages showcasing 32 projects. This is a book to be treasured and enjoyed by readers with a passion for interior design. The locations include: New York, Boston, Palm Springs, Palm Beach, Moscow, London, Paris, Rome, Amagansett (Long Island), Santiago del Chile in Chile, Punta dell’ Este in Uruguay and many more.
ISBN 13: 978-1-7362731-0-4
Size: 9.25” x 11.7”
Images: 400 color photos
Binding: Hard Bound