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Beata Heuman

Author : Beata Heuman
Publisher : Rizzoli Publications
Page : 242 pages
File Size : 40,8 Mb
Release : 2021-03-09
Category : House & Home
ISBN : 9780847869848

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The highly anticipated debut monograph from one of today's leading designers championing playful, original interiors infused with Scandinavian flair. Swedish-born, London-based interior designer Beata Heuman founded her eponymous studio in 2013 after working for Nicky Haslam for nine years. In a short amount of time her lively interiors and custom furnishings have made her one of today's most in-demand creatives. Heuman's rooms, colorful spaces enlivened by exuberant elements and poetic inspirations, capture her signature quirkiness and Scandinavian attention to detail while staying rooted in practicality. Lauded for international residential and commercial projects, Heuman has also garnered praise for her growing collection of bespoke fabrics, wallpaper, lighting, homewares, and furniture. This beautifully crafted volume presents Heuman's innovative approach in book form for the very first time. Organized according to design principle, each chapter offers fresh ways to think about decorating a home, finding your voice, making ordinary details extraordinary, and forging a truly unique space. Vibrant photographs showcase standout properties--including several London town houses and a Nantucket vacation residence--that are brought to life by cheerful color palettes, unexpected contrasts, and a dégagé use of bold patterns and texture. With original drawings and whimsical graphic details, this new tome is a dynamic look into the ethos and work of one of the most exciting names in interior design today.

British Designers at Home

Author : Jenny Rose-Innes
Publisher : Unknown
Page : 320 pages
File Size : 41,9 Mb
Release : 2020-10
Category : Electronic
ISBN : 1784883468

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For anyone interested in interiors, there is so much inspiration available online and in magazines these days of carefully curated spaces and contemporary homes. But what sort of spaces do interior designers themselves live in? British Designers at Home is for anyone curious to find out more about designers, and glean ideas and practical information for their own homes. This engaging and visually enticing book profiles 26 of the most important names in British design and decoration in their own personal spaces. Names include: Alidad; Sarah Barker; Edward Bulmer; Emma Burns; Nina Campbell; Jane Churchill; Octavia Dickinson; Mike Fisher; Veere Grenney; Beata Heuman; Gavin Houghton; Roger Jones; Kit Kemp; Robert Kime; Rita Konig; Penny Morrison; Paolo Moschino; Wendy Nicholls; Guy Oliver; Colin Orchard; Max Rollitt; Carlos Sanchez-Garcia; Daniel Slowik; Justin van Breda; Phillip Vergeylen; and, William Yeoward. Each designer has been profiled and photographed at home - alongside details of their working life and the story of how they became interested in design, they talk at length about the house itself and the thinking behind its design and decoration. From the unexpected to that classic British look, this is an exciting look at modern British interiors.

The Thoughtful Gardener

Author : Jinny Blom
Publisher : Quarto Publishing Group USA
Page : 394 pages
File Size : 41,5 Mb
Release : 2017-03-16
Category : Gardening
ISBN : 9781911127543

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“A detailed and richly illustrated account of how one of the UK’s leading practitioners approaches the art of garden design.” —Gardens Illustrated Prolific designer Jinny Blom embraces a wide variety of styles, from large garden spaces to formal walled gardens and contemporary installations. What defines her work is her skill with plants and her ability to create a garden that responds to the history of the site and the wider landscape. The gardens Jinny creates are as different as their owners and their locations. In this book, Jinny shares her insight into the creative process she has developed while designing more than 250 gardens around the world. The Thoughtful Gardener contains modern takes on traditional forms, and is split into six sections: seeing, understanding, structuring, harmonizing, rooting, and liberating. All of Jinny’s gardens share a commitment to beautiful craftsmanship and considered planting. Structure and detail are important, and receive close attention. The styles vary considerably—logical, calm, beautiful, romantic, naturalistic, formal, sometimes spare—but the principles remain firm. Jinny designs for the long term, with consideration for the environment; these gardens are built to last. Reflecting Jinny’s highly individual character, there is plenty of wit and quirkiness alongside the expert knowledge, and it will appeal to the widest audience of garden lovers. Thoughtful and beautiful, yet practical and informative, this book marries artistry with functionality. Praise for The Thoughtful Gardener “The most romantic, creative person in garden design I know.” —Piet Oudolf “Jinny’s genius is to marry a beautiful vision to an extraordinary empathy with the landscape into which that vision will fit, resulting in a pastoral harmony second to none.” —Victoria, Lady Getty “The Thoughtful Gardener, at once a lavishly illustrated coffee-table tome and a friendly hands-on primer, offers a glimpse into some of the most magical gardens in the world.” —Architectural Digest “Landscaper Jinny Blom’s long-awaited book is so beautiful that you will not want to rush it. As the title suggests, there is more to this than lovely photography: the pages of The Thoughtful Gardener will stop you in your tracks and make you think about the potential of gardens, in a way that has never struck you before.” —Gardenista

Sheer Opulence

Author : Nicholas Haslam
Publisher : CICO Books
Page : 0 pages
File Size : 50,7 Mb
Release : 2010
Category : Interior decoration
ISBN : 1907030174

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Nicholas Haslam is one of the world's finest interior designers, sought by rock stars, royalty, and the aristocracy alike. His interiors have chutzpah and a touch of opulence that seduce you the momentyou catch a glimpse. Rooms look glamorous and sexy, yet liveable in, practical, and, above all, flattering to their owner and their surroundings. He makes great use of the completely unexpected and is known for effects such as linen carpets, silver-papered ceilings, slashed leather curtains, and Picasso-inspired fabric footstools. Sheer Opulence, with specially commissioned photography by David Montgomery, reveals Haslam's decorating secrets and instinctive approach to both classic and contemporary interiors in a visual diary with Haslam's own watercolor plans accompanying the stunning photographs of rooms around the world. * The first book from the rock stars' and royalty's favorite interior designer. * Previously published in hardcover by Watson-Guptill (ISBN:082347970). * His autobiography, Redeeming Features, is published by Random House.

The Mother of All Jobs

Author : Christine Armstrong
Publisher : Bloomsbury Publishing
Page : 337 pages
File Size : 50,9 Mb
Release : 2018-09-06
Category : Family & Relationships
ISBN : 9781472956231

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Have you ever looked at the lengthy school holiday dates and silently screamed in desperation? Have you gone part time yet are still doing a full-time workload? Have you ever been too afraid to ask about maternity benefits or flexible working? Do you constantly feel guilty about missing school events and secretly envious of other mums at the school gates who seem to be doing it all better than you? If any (or all) of the above rings true for you, you are NOT alone. While the demands of work are increasing with longer working hours and more pressure to remain 'switched on' to our phones and computers, the needs of our children and the world of school and childcare have stayed the same. Something has got to change before we all reach breaking point. The Mother of All Jobs brings together the wisdom of women who opened up about their experiences into a manifesto to help working parents thrive.

By Design

Author : Virginia McLeod
Publisher : Phaidon Press
Page : 328 pages
File Size : 41,5 Mb
Release : 2021
Category : Design
ISBN : 1838661875

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A richly illustrated, authoritative global survey of the best and most creative interior designers and decorators working today0Our surroundings are the key to our comfort and happiness, and we're endlessly inspired by the creative professionals that show us how to put a personal stamp on the spaces we inhabit. This gorgeous book is a timely, comprehensive showcase of the most exceptional, innovative, and groundbreaking interior designers working today, nominated by an esteemed group of industry experts and thoughtfully curated to demonstrate why the world of interior design continues to raise the bar of creative practice.0Nominators include: Felix Burrichter, Aric Chen, Amy Fine Collins, Francisco Costa, Ronnie Fieg, Marianne Goebl, Laila Gohar, Niki Haas, Gert Jonkers & Jop van Bennekom, Lorena Mosquera, Hanya Yanagihara, and Rachel Zoe.0Featured designers include: Beata Heuman Ltd, Kelly Wearstler Studio, Martin Brudnizki Design Studio, Neri & Hu, Norm Architects, Romanek Design Studio, Studioilse, Studio KO, Studio Shamshiri, Faye Toogood, and Vincent Van Duysen.

Do Design

Author : Alan Moore
Publisher : Do Book Company
Page : 0 pages
File Size : 42,8 Mb
Release : 2016-05-10
Category : Design
ISBN : 1907974288

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So much goes unnoticed. We multi-task, switch between screens, work faster. When was the last time you paused to consider a beautifully made object or stunning natural landscape? Yet this is when our spirits lift, our soul is restored. Designer Alan Moore invites us to rethink not only what we produce – whether it's a website, a handmade chair, or a business – but how and why. With examples including Pixar, Apple, and Blitz Motorcycles, we are encouraged to ask: Is it useful and considered. Is it a thing of beauty? Do Design will inspire you to: • Improve your creative process • Raise the quality and craft of your work • Consider the experience as much as the product • Adopt simplicity, utility and honesty as guiding principles We are creative beings. We love to make things. This book will inspire you to create better things, for better reasons. Things that people will love – for a long time to come. Some say beauty is a luxury. But what if it is key to creating a better world for us all?

Wendy Whiteley and the Secret Garden

Author : Janet Hawley
Publisher : Unknown
Page : 0 pages
File Size : 45,9 Mb
Release : 2024-01-14
Category : Electronic
ISBN : 1761344323

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For more than twenty years Wendy Whiteley has worked to create a public garden at the foot of her harbourside home in Sydney's Lavender Bay. This is the extraordinary story of how a determined, passionate and deeply creative woman has slowly transformed an overgrown wasteland into a beautiful sanctuary for everyone to enjoy - and in the process, transformed herself. Wendy Whiteley was Brett Whiteley's wife, muse and model. An artist herself, with a finely honed aesthetic sense, she also created the interiors at the heart of Brett's iconic paintings of their Lavender Bay home. When Brett died, followed by the death nine years later of their daughter Arkie, Wendy threw her grief and creativity into making an enchanting hidden oasis out of derelict land owned by the New South Wales Government. This glorious guerrilla garden is Wendy's living artwork, designed with daubs of colour, sinuous shapes and shafts of light. This is Wendy's story but it's also the story of the countless people who cherish the Secret Garden. 'I've loved making this garden. It's been a great gift to my life. It let me find myself again, and it's my gift to share with the public.' Wendy Whiteley

Rattan

Author : Lulu Lytle
Publisher : Rizzoli Publications
Page : 226 pages
File Size : 41,8 Mb
Release : 2020-10-06
Category : House & Home
ISBN : 9780847868902

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Rattan furnishings evoke the glamour and laid back elegance of exotic beach houses as well as the informal beauty of plant filled garden rooms and sun dappled verandas. Long fascinated with rattan's versatility, designer Lulu Lytle examines the enduring appeal of this sustainable tropical palm in RATTAN: A WORLD OF ELEGANCE AND CHARM. The first book in decades to examine the history and craftsmanship of rattan furniture, this insightful tome showcases rattan's appeal through archival images of beautiful interiors including Madeleine Castaing's winter garden in Paris, Michael Taylor's own Californian beach house, the Titanic's Café Parisian and the Billy Baldwin designed Mr. Kennedy's beauty salon in New York City. Rattan's many personalities are explored through its inclusion in settings as diverse as Impressionist paintings, flamboyant nightclubs and pared down contemporary drawing rooms. A reflection of its inherent beauty and longevity, antique rattan furniture from the nineteenth century is highly collectible, as are rattan pieces created by giants of modern design such as Josef Hoffmann for Thonet, Josef Frank for Svenskt Tenn, Jean-Michel Frank for Ecart, Renzo Mongiardino for Bonacina, Arne Jacobsen for Sika, Paul Frankl and Donald Deskey. Rattan pieces have become iconic and highly prized, including Hiroomi Tahara's Wrap Sofa, Franca Helg's Primavera Chair, and the many iterations of the beloved Peacock Chair. RATTAN also highlights some of the many tastemakers who have embraced rattan--from Marella Agnelli, Babe Paley, and Cecil Beaton to leading interior designers including Jeffrey Bilhuber, Veere Grenney, Axel Vervoordt, and Jacques Grange.

Decors Barbares

Author : Nathalie Farman-Farma
Publisher : Unknown
Page : 240 pages
File Size : 52,5 Mb
Release : 2020
Category : Design
ISBN : 0865653895

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"A refreshing antidote to the contrived nature of much contemporary interior design, the textiles and decoration of Nathalie Farman-Farma have gained a devoted following among celebrity and socialite clients for their folkloric charm and romantic exuberance. Drawing on the enchantment of fairytales and a history of material culture spanning Persia, Central Asia and Russia, Farman-Farma employs traditional print-making techniques to create exquisitely detailed fabrics, which she uses to conjure interiors infused with warmth and natural charisma. Farman-Farma's townhouse and studio in London and her family homes in Connecticut and Lake Tahoe feature in this captivating volume, forming the backdrop for her Décors Barbares range of fabrics, as well as her vast collection of antique textiles, costumes and jewellery. Vogue has called Farman-Farma "the textile designer you need to know." Her clients include Lauren Santo Domingo, Tory Burch, and influential interior designer David Netto, who writes the foreword to this book"--

The Invisible Load

Author : Libby Weaver
Publisher : Unknown
Page : 128 pages
File Size : 44,9 Mb
Release : 2019
Category : Cognitive therapy
ISBN : 0473481863

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"It's common today to hear people talk about how they feel overwhelmed. There are also plenty who put on a brave face, when behind closed doors it's a different story.Where is this stress coming from? Is it really our tasks, duties and responsibilities-or is it something deeper? And why are stress levels continuing to rise?The answer: our invisible loads.Our invisible load is the stress we carry, that no one sees, that drives how we think and feel. From the physical load on our body, to the emotional load in our mind, this invisible load is what really sits at the heart of our stress. And until we learn to unpack this, reducing our experience of stress will be almost impossible.In this carefully considered book, Dr Libby Weaver helps you to illuminate your invisible load to provide insight into what's driving the sense of overwhelm you feel for everyday tasks"--Back cover of print version.

Eight Homes: Clements Design

Author : Kathleen Clements,Tommy Clements
Publisher : Rizzoli Publications
Page : 214 pages
File Size : 45,8 Mb
Release : 2021-09-28
Category : House & Home
ISBN : 9780847870585

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The mother-and-son founders of powerhouse interior design firm Clements Design have mastered interiors of a spare yet sumptuous sophistication mixed with California ease that are highly sought after by a star-studded clientele, including Ellen DeGeneres, Adam Levine, Bruno Mars, Kendall Jenner, and Jennifer Lawrence. In their first book, Clements Design showcases eight outstanding residences that embody the Clements style: understated elegance, sensuous austerity, Zen-like simplicity, easy glamour, and grand intimacy. Clements creates rarefied environments that are ultra-luxurious but never pretentious. Instead, their pared-down rooms are remarkably cozy and relaxed due to the blend of natural materials, muted colors, and matte surfaces and textures, especially from wood, stone, and nubby textiles—perfect for the indoor-outdoor lifestyle of their clients. A Clements home is the perfect backdrop for jaw-dropping art collections that may include Picasso, Morandi, Warhol, and Twombly, and for entertaining in spacious, expansive rooms populated by Rick Owens daybeds, Prouvé chairs, Giacometti light fixtures, Asian sculptures, and Persian rugs in pale shades, all blended with exceptional antiques carefully placed about the spaces. Serenity reigns over all, filling the viewer with a peaceful calm that is priceless. Personal accounts of working with Clements Design and living in their interiors from, among others, Ellen DeGeneres and Adam Levine, complement the glorious photography. Eight Houses: Clements Design offers a simple life set in an environment of exceeding high style and taste.

Girl

Author : Kenya Hunt
Publisher : HQ
Page : 235 pages
File Size : 40,8 Mb
Release : 2020-11-12
Category : Women, Black
ISBN : 0008371970

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'Powerful, intelligent and vital - one of the year's must-reads' Hannah Nathanson, Features Director, ELLE Featuring contributions from Candice Carty-Williams, Jessica Horn, Ebele Okobi, Funmi Fetto and Freddie Harrel.

The House Romantic

Author : Haskell Harris
Publisher : Abrams
Page : 366 pages
File Size : 49,5 Mb
Release : 2024-03-19
Category : Design
ISBN : 9798887070254

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A manual to home design that is a reflection of the important moments and people in our lives by the founding style director at the award-winning Garden & Gun magazine, Haskell Harris. Foreword by Anna Spiro In House Romantic: Curating Memorable Interiors for a Meaningful Life, Haskell Harris explores what makes a personal and meaningful home, revealing how designers and creatives authentically style their spaces, drawing inspiration from the important moments and people in their lives. Illustrated with photographs of Harris’s home in Charleston, South Carolina, and archival photos from the homes she grew up in, alongside lush color palettes and textiles, this beautifully photographed interior design book also features 17 homes of fellow creatives and designers in the United States, the UK, and Europe. Bringing in words of advice and gorgeous interiors from the people who inspire her, Harris explores the many different ways of embracing romanticism in interior design. House Romantic is a vibrant, diverse, and extremely personal view of creating homes that are meaningful and reflect who we are. Filled with practical tips and specific instructions, the book offers a new sort of home education that shows us how we can surround ourselves with fewer products and more items that hold true significance, creating deeply personal connections in the spaces where we live, work, and love. Includes Color Photographs

A Modern Way to Live

Author : Matt Gibberd
Publisher : Penguin UK
Page : 320 pages
File Size : 49,6 Mb
Release : 2021-10-28
Category : Architecture
ISBN : 9780241480502

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Find happiness at home with five guiding principles from cultural phenomenon THE MODERN HOUSE. 'A source of fascination, inspiration and fantasy' Guardian In 2005, childhood friends Matt Gibberd and Albert Hill set out to convince people of the power of good design and its ability to influence our wellbeing. They founded The Modern House - in equal parts an estate agency, a publisher and a lifestyle brand - and went on to inspire a generation to live more thoughtfully and beautifully at home. As The Modern House grew, Matt and Albert came to realise that the most successful homes they encountered - from cleverly conceived studio flats to listed architectural masterpieces - had been designed with attention to the same timeless principles: Space, Light, Materials, Nature and Decoration. In this lavishly illustrated book, Matt tells the stories of these remarkable living spaces and their equally remarkable owners, and demonstrates how the five principles can be applied to your own space in ways both large and small. Revolutionary in its simplicity, and full of elegance, humour and joy, this book will inspire you to find happiness in the place you call home. PRAISE FOR THE MODERN HOUSE: 'One of the best things in the world' GQ 'The Modern House transformed our search for the perfect home' Financial Times 'Nowhere has mastered the art of showing off the most desirable homes for both buyers and casual browsers alike than The Modern House' Vogue