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Book Of The Week: Modern Contemporary Interiors Ideas

Book Of The Week – Modern Contemporary Interiors Ideas is the new book released by BRABBU, the design brand that reflects an intense way of living, bringing fierceness, strength, and power into an urban lifestyle. They believe that reading is fundamental, so they wrote a book divided into four main chapters: the Modern Minimal Design, the Modern Contemporary Design, the Modern Classic Design, and the Modern Mid-Century Design. Join Best Design Books and be inspired by this amazing book!   Each chapter not only dwells on these different design styles but also gives pointers on how to decorate your home, how to keep it modern and classic, how to best blend modernity with the mid-century style, how to fuse contemporary design with modern elegance, and how to keep it simple and minimal but still fresh. »»DOWNLOAD HERE«« You will have four chic covers to choose from, each representing a design style, however, the insides are all the same. We will give you a preview of the content you can find on this article, but make sure you get your hands on a copy! MODERN MINIMAL  Modern Minimal Design is the desire to achieve excellent interiors with the minimal use of adorns, having simplicity in form, space, materials, details and colours whilst…

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Book Of The Week: Art Life By Sig Bergamin

Book Of The Week – A vibrant tour of twelve interiors from Brazil to Portugal, Art Life not only celebrates Bergamin’s diverse style but also highlights his steadfast appreciation for art and history. The result is a kaleidoscopic oeuvre of interiors that serve as cultured dialogues between the comfort of home and the world at large. Join Best Design Books and discover everything about the book and the author as well.   Architect and designer Sig Bergamin is known for his eclectic vision and vivid interiors that are the perfect mélanges of chic. A constant traveller, Bergamin loves collecting treasures wherever he goes—totems that inspire and evolve his craft. He is also an avid art collector, a tendency that comes across in each of his meticulously designed spaces, where Warhols, Hirsts, and Lichtensteins are seamlessly blended with minimalist and maximalist decor from around the world. Sig Bergamin, a graduate from the Santos School of Architecture and Urbanism, is globally acclaimed for his unique style in creating audacious spaces. Throughout a brilliant career of more than thirty-five years, he has built a personal brand and style combining eclecticism, ethnic diversity, humor, and versatility, the tools of his trade for his projects in…

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Book Of The Week: Maria Svarbora, Swimming Pool 

Article originally published on March 24, 2020  Maria Svarbora – Swimming Pool is a design book photographed by Maria Svarbora, being her largest and continuing series. Best Design Books elected this as the book of the week. Join us and discover why!   Born in 1988, the Slovakian photographer Maria Svarbova originally studied conservation-restoration and archeology before dedicating herself to photography in 2010. Maria’s distinctive style departs from traditional portraiture and focuses on experimentation with space, color, and atmosphere. Sparked by a hunt for interesting locations in Slovakia, her fascination with the space of public swimming pools contributed to developing her visual style. Sterile, geometric beauty of old pools, usually built in the Socialist Era, set the tone for these photographs. There is almost a theatrical quality to the highly controlled sceneries that Maria captures. The figures are mid-movement, but there is no joyful playfulness to them. Frozen in the composition, the swimmers are as smooth and cold as the pools tiles. The colors softly vibrate in a dream-like atmosphere. Despite the retro setting, the pictures somehow evoke a futuristic feeling as well, as if they were taken somewhere completely alien.   What do you think about Maria Svarbora‘s book? Feel…

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