Interiors Now

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Today I want to share a fun book that is sure to inspire. Interiors Now is a wildly creative and forward thinking collection of design, spaces, furniture and art, featuring numerous projects that are coproductions between creative clients and their interior designers. Forty three designers are featured in this international trend setting collection that is sure to appeal to Interior Designers, Architects and creatives of all disciplines. A successful home is the perfect synthesis of personality and zeitgeist; it is a living work of art, a cultural artifact, and the object of ceaseless curiosity. Highly sensitive to this phenomenon,  Interiors Now tracks the constantly evolving and multifaceted fabric of contemporary interior design around the world. Each new volume—destined for casual readers and professionals alike—assembles a fresh and inspiring collection of recently created residences that demonstrates how to bring out the best in the space that matters most: your home. Let’s take a quick look at the latest edition:

Room from Interiors Now book on www.CourtneyPrice.comPhoto: Bill Batten, The new-old living room in a London townhouse, designed by Faye Toogood for a young couple

 Room from Interiors Now book on www.CourtneyPrice.com

Photo: Richard Powers; produced by Dominic Bradbury,  The Shelter Island, NY, bungalow of style gurus Jonathan Adler and Simon Doonan

Room from Interiors Now book on www.CourtneyPrice.com

Photo: Mark Roskams/Tripod Agency,  In Bed with Pollock: the bedroom of a New York duplex apartment designed by Doug Meyer

Creative living

Interiors that define how the smart set wants to live—NOW

Whether it is photographers Inez van Lamsweerde & Vinoodh Matadin’s New York loft with its Eames 2.0 alder expanses and cozy corners, Jacques Grange’s relaxed romance for Francis Ford Coppola’s palazzo in Southern Italy, or the apartment of a young art collector couple in Mumbai—all the projects have been chosen as expressions of personal vision that together give the full picture of what really counts in interior decoration right now.

  • 34 sophisticated residences around the world, each telling a story about the place and the people who live there
  • A roundup of the new elite in global interior design, with projects completed both for themselves and for clients who are friends
  • Projects directed by home owners themselves that display a whole new level of D.I.Y. creativity
  • Contact details for all featured architects, decorators, furniture artists, craftspeople, and top class suppliers
The editor:
A native Austrian, Margit J. Mayer started her journalism career in 1983 atWIENER magazine in Vienna. Focusing early on style and contemporary culture, she wrote and edited for major German magazines like MännerVogue, Vogue, GQ,ELLE, and Stern. As editor in chief of AD Architectural Digest Germany from 2000 to 2011, Mayer and her team chronicled the rise of “New Berlin” with its close ties to the art scene. After establishing TASCHEN‘s Berlin office in 2011, she contributed to TASCHEN Magazine and, until summer 2013, headed the publishing house’s Style & Travel section.
The author:
Ian Phillips was born in Middlesbrough, England—the birthplace of Captain Cook—and studied modern languages at Cambridge. Having lived in Paris for more than 20 years, his current apartment on the Left Bank is in a building once inhabited by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry‛s wife. He has been editor-at-large for the German edition of AD Architectural Digest for many years and is a regular contributor to Interior Design, Architectural Digest US, and Elle Decor.

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Comments

  1. Looks like a interesting book, thank you for bringing this to our attention.
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  2. Looks like a great design book as well a great looking addition to the many books for a cocktail table.

    Donna
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  3. I can imagine what a collection of interesting designs, home decors and lighting styles you’d have in “INTERIORS NOW” . Will let my lighting fixture designing friends at http://www.interior-deluxe.com know about this. Am sure they’d love to get a copy.

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