INTERIOR DESIGN REVIEW: Best Interior Design on the Planet
Living in Style Best Interior Design on the Planet is more diverse than ever, a lavishly-illustrated interior book featuring the 50 most prestigious visionaries in the design landscape
Informative interviews and portraits of influential designers and abundant interior inspiration and ideas
Featured projects selected in collaboration with a high-profile team of experts in the design community
A source of inspiration, visually stunning, and always at the forefront of contemporary design, the teNeues Living in Style series of books captivate all interiors enthusiasts—from personal hobbyists and novice decorators to experienced interior design professionals.
A home is not only a refuge, but also an expression of personal style—be it strict minimalism, elegant opulence, or a pastiche of different cultures, Living in Style Best Interior Design on the Planet presents the unique furnishing and décor concepts of 50 handpicked interior design experts. The volume brings together for the first time the most prestigious designers as well as leading interiors companies from across the continent. From elaborate and all-encompassing refurbishment projects to transformative home improvements and custom material and color combinations, this richly-illustrated book showcases a breadth of living styles, architectural solutions, and innovative interiors ideas. Vivid portraits and interviews reveal the protagonists’ professional practice and philosophy, as well as country-specific interior trends, influences, and preferences.
> Following practical training at the daily newspaper Süddeutsche Zeitung, Tatjana Seel established the prestigious interior magazine Deco Home (publisher Winkler Medien Verlag). A freelance author since 1996, she researches, writes and produces reports, profiles and interviews on interior design and travel for numerous magazines, work that takes her all over Europe. To this day she has never lost her passion for impressive architecture, dazzling interiors, interesting people and exceptional landscapes. Working as a journalist has enabled her to bring together all these aspects––for which she is eternally grateful. Tatjana’s portrait was taken by the photographer Mads Mogensen during a photo shoot on Majorca. For the set he chose a Ligne Roset ‘Fifty’ armchair: A quirky coincidence given that the author has visited and profiled numerous designers for the French furniture company. Tatjana Seel lives with her family just south of Munich and close enough to the mountains to which she is profoundly connected.