Interior Design

Book Review: Interior Design Philosophy by Jorge Canete

Passing through the gates of this castle, built in 1760 in the pure spirit of the 18th century, feels like going back in time and entering a place straight out of a fairy story, to the point where one would scarcely be surprised to run into the Lilac Fairy visiting her god-daughter there… Jorge Canete The sale of this book supports The International Literacy Foundation (ILF), which is an independent, international non-profit organisation, founded in 2010 with the aim of tackling illiteracy globally and therefore improving living standards around the world. See also: Book Review: 100 contemporary concrete buildings A Genevan of Catalan and Andalusian origin, Jorge CAÑETE did not choose to devote his life to interior design by chance. Following a career in luxury products which sharpened his sense of items of beauty (Ungaro, Bvlgari, Mugler) and an MBA, he decided to express his creativity in 3D through interior design. A diploma in “Interior Design” by the London Metropolitan University and several architectural projects at architecture studios in Rome and Geneva served as his launch pad allowing him to set up his own studio: INTERIOR DESIGN PHILOSOPHY. His work has been published in numerous magazines and in the prestigious book “International…

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