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MAXIMALISM

98,00 

MAXIMALISM. Bold, bedazzled, gold, and tasseled Interiors

 

A decadent and extravagant celebration of interior style, featuring more than 220 maximalist residential interiors, from the 1600s to the present day

This unique visual collection celebrates the very best contemporary Maximalist interior design as well as making the connection to a much longer historical tradition of excess. Maximalism is a style that has been with us, in one guise or another – for example in the castles, palazzi, chateaux, and historic homes of bygone ages – for more than 400 years. This richly illustrated volume, with metallic gold ink used throughout, features the most extraordinary Maximalist interiors from all over the globe, from centuries past and present, transcending both time and geography. An intense and thrilling journey through the magic and mayhem that is Maximalism – a book that is as much an experience as it is a book – its luxurious pages are layered, loud, and louche, chaotic, colorful, and controversial, but also romantic, joyous, and imbued with personality, history, and story telling

Featured designers include: Jonathan Adler, Alidad, Sig Bergamin, Thomas Britt, Denning and Fourcade, Dorothy Draper, Tony Duquette, Ann Getty, Jacques Grange, India Mahdavi, Peter Marino, Juan Pablo Molyneux, Renzo Mongiardino, Alberto Pinto, Redd Kaihoi, and Elsie de Wolfe

Historic interiors featured include: castles, country estates, and palaces in Austria, France, Germany, India, Italy, Mexico, Portugal, Russia, Spain, Sweden, the UK, and the USA

Writer, media personality, and iconic window dresser Simon Doonan (Introduction by) worked for Diana Vreeland at the Costume Institute before joining Barneys, New York in 1986, where for nearly three decades he was the creative director behind the store’s legendary displays. He is a judge for the NBC show Making It, and has been published in the New York Observer, the Daily Beast, Harper’s Bazaar, Glamour, and Slate, among others.

MAXIMALISM

98,00 

MAXIMALISM. Bold, bedazzled, gold, and tasseled Interiors

 

A decadent and extravagant celebration of interior style, featuring more than 220 maximalist residential interiors, from the 1600s to the present day

This unique visual collection celebrates the very best contemporary Maximalist interior design as well as making the connection to a much longer historical tradition of excess. Maximalism is a style that has been with us, in one guise or another – for example in the castles, palazzi, chateaux, and historic homes of bygone ages – for more than 400 years. This richly illustrated volume, with metallic gold ink used throughout, features the most extraordinary Maximalist interiors from all over the globe, from centuries past and present, transcending both time and geography. An intense and thrilling journey through the magic and mayhem that is Maximalism – a book that is as much an experience as it is a book – its luxurious pages are layered, loud, and louche, chaotic, colorful, and controversial, but also romantic, joyous, and imbued with personality, history, and story telling

Featured designers include: Jonathan Adler, Alidad, Sig Bergamin, Thomas Britt, Denning and Fourcade, Dorothy Draper, Tony Duquette, Ann Getty, Jacques Grange, India Mahdavi, Peter Marino, Juan Pablo Molyneux, Renzo Mongiardino, Alberto Pinto, Redd Kaihoi, and Elsie de Wolfe

Historic interiors featured include: castles, country estates, and palaces in Austria, France, Germany, India, Italy, Mexico, Portugal, Russia, Spain, Sweden, the UK, and the USA

Writer, media personality, and iconic window dresser Simon Doonan (Introduction by) worked for Diana Vreeland at the Costume Institute before joining Barneys, New York in 1986, where for nearly three decades he was the creative director behind the store’s legendary displays. He is a judge for the NBC show Making It, and has been published in the New York Observer, the Daily Beast, Harper’s Bazaar, Glamour, and Slate, among others.