Explore interior-design masterpieces around the globe from the 1940s to today with this unique geographically arranged survey - discover iconic rooms in 9 continental regions in this ground-breaking survey spanning more than 50 countriesA unique geographically organized survey of the world's most desirable and iconic residential interiors from the 1940s to today. The Atlas of Interior Design is an inspiring, unparalleled global tour of more than 400 captivating residential interiors from the past eight decades. From classic to contemporary, minimal to maximal, the homes included illuminate the design tropes unique to their location s context, while others confound preconceived ideas of vernacular design to spectacular effect. Exceptional photography and a descriptive text accompanying each project enrich this thoroughly researched and comprehensive volume a must-have for all design aficionados.
Number of Pages: 432
Publication Date: 9 Sep 2021
Publisher: Phaidon Press Ltd
Publication City, Country: London, United Kingdom
Dimensions (cm): 29(H) x 25(W) x 3.7(S)
Author BiographyDominic Bradbury is a writer and freelance journalist specializing in architecture and design. He has written more than 20 books, including Mid-Century Modern Complete, The Iconic House and The Iconic Interior, and the Atlas of Mid-Century Modern Houses (Phaidon). He contributes to magazines and newspapers in the UK, US, Australia, and globally, including Financial Times, The Times, Telegraph, House & Garden, World of Interiors, and Vogue Living.
"Flipping through a few pages will transport you ... Armchair travelers rejoice." - AD PRO
"A glorious overview of iconic houses across the globe from the 1940s to the present." - Curbed
"Spans the globe across seven continents to showcase the world's best rooms." - ELLE Decor
"A useful resource for design students and enthusiasts as well as anyone looking for inspiration." - Booklist
"Bradbury's book unfolds like a curated Tumblr of aspirational living." - CULTURED
"Armchair travel to 403 homes in 47 countries ... with this compendium of beautiful spaces." - Harper's Bazaar
"Ideal armchair fantasy house hunting." - Chicago Tribune