- A unique luxury book about the sources of inspiration of star interior designer Gert Voorjans
- Highly original and beautifully designed, with paper varying in thickness, size and colour
- Bound in a stunning Japanese binding with ten colourful bookmark ribbons
- Packed with clippings and mood boards
'I like strange objects, excessive proportions, monstrosities too. You shouldn't take interior design too seriously.' (Gert Voorjans)
Interior Life shows the sources of inspiration of eclectic star designer Gert Voorjans, and contains numerous clippings and mood boards. Fabrics in petit point or toile de Jouy, Neo Gothic constructions, blue elephants, baroque pillars, Japanese images of the floating world and Chinese furniture all play a part, resulting in interiors full of surprises that always reflect Gert Voorjans' stubbornly independent style. Voorjans continually strives for a combination of antique interiors with unexpected modern elements.
> Gert Voorjans studied architecture in Hasselt, art history in Siena and took classes at Sotheby's in London. After having worked as the chief decorator of Dries Van Noten for ten years, he started his own design studio in Antwerp. He received assignments from all over the World: a penthouse in London, an embassy in Madrid, flats in New York, houses for rock 'n' roll legends and shops in Tokyo.