Design Books are one of the best ways of learning and get inspiration for your next project. Best Design Books decided to show you 5 interior design books you need to read in 2020. Take a look:
In this book, Kelly Wearstler shares her creative world, profiling in detail her latest residential and commercial designs (several previously unpublished) and her sumptuous new San Francisco Proper Hotel, as well as her creative process. Full of ideas and with beautiful images of many never-before-photographed interiors, Kelly Wearstler: Evocative Style is an inspirational look at the designer’s inventive work. Filled with new work, this volume is a must for other designers and homeowners looking for elegant design inspiration and ideas.
This book, investigating Francis Sultana’s work as an interior designer, celebrates the 10th anniversary of his eponymous London studio and highlights an important professional achievement. Since 2015, Francis Sultana has ranked consecutively on the ‘AD100’. This exclusive annual list, published by the U.S. edition of Architectural Digest, features 100 of the world’s best architects and designers.
Paris-based designer Pierre Yovanovitch debuts his first book showcasing his trademark French luxury aesthetic and unique vision of contemporary elegance. French interior-architect Pierre Yovanovitch has cemented his status as one of his generation’s most in-demand talents. The designer’s highly anticipated first book explores his refined yet subtle style and signature haute couture aesthetic through an array of extraordinary interiors.
A trove of master interior designer Tom Scheerer’s latest projects in his signature style—sophisticated, yet relaxed and unpretentious. Each project exudes serenity and a sense of comfort and ease that derives from its perfect proportions combined with fresh, unpretentious beauty. It all seems completely effortless, belying the fierce intelligence and impeccable eye behind every decorating decision. Illustrated with Francesco Lagnese’s luminous photographs, Tom Scheerer: More Decorating is a master class in interior design for aficionados and practiced professionals alike.
A lavish volume on the stunning interiors and houses of this award-winning design and architecture firm, best known for its exceptional craftsmanship and refined sophistication drawn from the founders’ Mexican heritage.
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