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Pool design
Today pools come in all shapes, sizes, materials and designs in part propelled by rapidly evolving wellness and fitness trends that has shaped the look and the function of these glittering blue bodies of water. Tranquility and relaxation from work are central themes when designing business hotels, wellness retreats and spas. Paired to these aspects are the demands for water jets and Jacuzzis as well as additional rooms for massages, relaxation, beauty treatments, steam rooms, saunas and far eastern relaxation exercises. The materials used - wood, stone and stoneware - additionally enhance the beauty of the forms and the simplicity or complexity of the designs. This book includes a selection of 58 of the most interesting pool designs by international architects, not only in private, but also public buildings, hotels, holiday resorts and spas.
Pool design
Today pools come in all shapes, sizes, materials and designs in part propelled by rapidly evolving wellness and fitness trends that has shaped the look and the function of these glittering blue bodies of water. Tranquility and relaxation from work are central themes when designing business hotels, wellness retreats and spas. Paired to these aspects are the demands for water jets and Jacuzzis as well as additional rooms for massages, relaxation, beauty treatments, steam rooms, saunas and far eastern relaxation exercises. The materials used - wood, stone and stoneware - additionally enhance the beauty of the forms and the simplicity or complexity of the designs. This book includes a selection of 58 of the most interesting pool designs by international architects, not only in private, but also public buildings, hotels, holiday resorts and spas.
Pool design
Today pools come in all shapes, sizes, materials and designs in part propelled by rapidly evolving wellness and fitness trends that has shaped the look and the function of these glittering blue bodies of water. Tranquility and relaxation from work are central themes when designing business hotels, wellness retreats and spas. Paired to these aspects are the demands for water jets and Jacuzzis as well as additional rooms for massages, relaxation, beauty treatments, steam rooms, saunas and far eastern relaxation exercises. The materials used - wood, stone and stoneware - additionally enhance the beauty of the forms and the simplicity or complexity of the designs. This book includes a selection of 58 of the most interesting pool designs by international architects, not only in private, but also public buildings, hotels, holiday resorts and spas.
Pool design
Today pools come in all shapes, sizes, materials and designs in part propelled by rapidly evolving wellness and fitness trends that has shaped the look and the function of these glittering blue bodies of water. Tranquility and relaxation from work are central themes when designing business hotels, wellness retreats and spas. Paired to these aspects are the demands for water jets and Jacuzzis as well as additional rooms for massages, relaxation, beauty treatments, steam rooms, saunas and far eastern relaxation exercises. The materials used - wood, stone and stoneware - additionally enhance the beauty of the forms and the simplicity or complexity of the designs. This book includes a selection of 58 of the most interesting pool designs by international architects, not only in private, but also public buildings, hotels, holiday resorts and spas.
Pool design
Today pools come in all shapes, sizes, materials and designs in part propelled by rapidly evolving wellness and fitness trends that has shaped the look and the function of these glittering blue bodies of water. Tranquility and relaxation from work are central themes when designing business hotels, wellness retreats and spas. Paired to these aspects are the demands for water jets and Jacuzzis as well as additional rooms for massages, relaxation, beauty treatments, steam rooms, saunas and far eastern relaxation exercises. The materials used - wood, stone and stoneware - additionally enhance the beauty of the forms and the simplicity or complexity of the designs. This book includes a selection of 58 of the most interesting pool designs by international architects, not only in private, but also public buildings, hotels, holiday resorts and spas.
Pool design
Today pools come in all shapes, sizes, materials and designs in part propelled by rapidly evolving wellness and fitness trends that has shaped the look and the function of these glittering blue bodies of water. Tranquility and relaxation from work are central themes when designing business hotels, wellness retreats and spas. Paired to these aspects are the demands for water jets and Jacuzzis as well as additional rooms for massages, relaxation, beauty treatments, steam rooms, saunas and far eastern relaxation exercises. The materials used - wood, stone and stoneware - additionally enhance the beauty of the forms and the simplicity or complexity of the designs. This book includes a selection of 58 of the most interesting pool designs by international architects, not only in private, but also public buildings, hotels, holiday resorts and spas.
Pool design
Today pools come in all shapes, sizes, materials and designs in part propelled by rapidly evolving wellness and fitness trends that has shaped the look and the function of these glittering blue bodies of water. Tranquility and relaxation from work are central themes when designing business hotels, wellness retreats and spas. Paired to these aspects are the demands for water jets and Jacuzzis as well as additional rooms for massages, relaxation, beauty treatments, steam rooms, saunas and far eastern relaxation exercises. The materials used - wood, stone and stoneware - additionally enhance the beauty of the forms and the simplicity or complexity of the designs. This book includes a selection of 58 of the most interesting pool designs by international architects, not only in private, but also public buildings, hotels, holiday resorts and spas.
Pool design
Today pools come in all shapes, sizes, materials and designs in part propelled by rapidly evolving wellness and fitness trends that has shaped the look and the function of these glittering blue bodies of water. Tranquility and relaxation from work are central themes when designing business hotels, wellness retreats and spas. Paired to these aspects are the demands for water jets and Jacuzzis as well as additional rooms for massages, relaxation, beauty treatments, steam rooms, saunas and far eastern relaxation exercises. The materials used - wood, stone and stoneware - additionally enhance the beauty of the forms and the simplicity or complexity of the designs. This book includes a selection of 58 of the most interesting pool designs by international architects, not only in private, but also public buildings, hotels, holiday resorts and spas.
Restaurant design
There are few planning tasks that so clearly show the effects of globalization as the design of restaurants. This often has less to do with the uniformity of international companies such as Starbucks and McDonalds, and more to do with the central concept of corporate identity in system gastronomy. The result is a visual design that requires the same chairs for Starbucks in China as for Starbucks in Alaska. McDonalds employs the same notion, varying local decoration from time to time. In contrast, individual concepts - the main theme of this book - are as diverse as ever. Perhaps it's even possible that the will to experiment has increased, thanks to new materials and innovations in lighting. Contemporary restaurant design, however, seems to be taking less and less notice of regional culture, at least in cities. Whether Mark Newson creates a property in London or New York - such as the Lever House, opened in 2003 - the design displays his signature, unmistakeably and regardless of location. But this design-internationalism is anything but uniform. Just the opposite: one notices a willingness to "quote" from different references. These references connect to anything that induces a positive effect in us and helps us to make sense of our world. Architects and designers have always bound up their own ideas with everything that they have observed and enjoyed. Today, through the joy of travel and instruments such as the internet, they can see even more, and on a global level. Just as chefs around the world amalgamate different national and regional cuisines into "fusion", so are new worlds of spacial experience constructed, with unusual combinations of style, colours, materials and lighting. This publication presents 57 examples of this phenomenon, from Los Angeles to Sydney, from London to Tokyo and from Berlin to Lima. On 400 pages with more than 600 vivid colour images and sketches, it shows a diverse range of the newest developments in restaurant design from around the world - a wonderful source of inspiration. Предисловие к изданию на английском, французском, немецком, испанском, итальянском языках.
Restaurant design
There are few planning tasks that so clearly show the effects of globalization as the design of restaurants. This often has less to do with the uniformity of international companies such as Starbucks and McDonalds, and more to do with the central concept of corporate identity in system gastronomy. The result is a visual design that requires the same chairs for Starbucks in China as for Starbucks in Alaska. McDonalds employs the same notion, varying local decoration from time to time. In contrast, individual concepts - the main theme of this book - are as diverse as ever. Perhaps it's even possible that the will to experiment has increased, thanks to new materials and innovations in lighting. Contemporary restaurant design, however, seems to be taking less and less notice of regional culture, at least in cities. Whether Mark Newson creates a property in London or New York - such as the Lever House, opened in 2003 - the design displays his signature, unmistakeably and regardless of location. But this design-internationalism is anything but uniform. Just the opposite: one notices a willingness to "quote" from different references. These references connect to anything that induces a positive effect in us and helps us to make sense of our world. Architects and designers have always bound up their own ideas with everything that they have observed and enjoyed. Today, through the joy of travel and instruments such as the internet, they can see even more, and on a global level. Just as chefs around the world amalgamate different national and regional cuisines into "fusion", so are new worlds of spacial experience constructed, with unusual combinations of style, colours, materials and lighting. This publication presents 57 examples of this phenomenon, from Los Angeles to Sydney, from London to Tokyo and from Berlin to Lima. On 400 pages with more than 600 vivid colour images and sketches, it shows a diverse range of the newest developments in restaurant design from around the world - a wonderful source of inspiration. Предисловие к изданию на английском, французском, немецком, испанском, итальянском языках.
Restaurant design
There are few planning tasks that so clearly show the effects of globalization as the design of restaurants. This often has less to do with the uniformity of international companies such as Starbucks and McDonalds, and more to do with the central concept of corporate identity in system gastronomy. The result is a visual design that requires the same chairs for Starbucks in China as for Starbucks in Alaska. McDonalds employs the same notion, varying local decoration from time to time. In contrast, individual concepts - the main theme of this book - are as diverse as ever. Perhaps it's even possible that the will to experiment has increased, thanks to new materials and innovations in lighting. Contemporary restaurant design, however, seems to be taking less and less notice of regional culture, at least in cities. Whether Mark Newson creates a property in London or New York - such as the Lever House, opened in 2003 - the design displays his signature, unmistakeably and regardless of location. But this design-internationalism is anything but uniform. Just the opposite: one notices a willingness to "quote" from different references. These references connect to anything that induces a positive effect in us and helps us to make sense of our world. Architects and designers have always bound up their own ideas with everything that they have observed and enjoyed. Today, through the joy of travel and instruments such as the internet, they can see even more, and on a global level. Just as chefs around the world amalgamate different national and regional cuisines into "fusion", so are new worlds of spacial experience constructed, with unusual combinations of style, colours, materials and lighting. This publication presents 57 examples of this phenomenon, from Los Angeles to Sydney, from London to Tokyo and from Berlin to Lima. On 400 pages with more than 600 vivid colour images and sketches, it shows a diverse range of the newest developments in restaurant design from around the world - a wonderful source of inspiration. Предисловие к изданию на английском, французском, немецком, испанском, итальянском языках.
Restaurant design
There are few planning tasks that so clearly show the effects of globalization as the design of restaurants. This often has less to do with the uniformity of international companies such as Starbucks and McDonalds, and more to do with the central concept of corporate identity in system gastronomy. The result is a visual design that requires the same chairs for Starbucks in China as for Starbucks in Alaska. McDonalds employs the same notion, varying local decoration from time to time. In contrast, individual concepts - the main theme of this book - are as diverse as ever. Perhaps it's even possible that the will to experiment has increased, thanks to new materials and innovations in lighting. Contemporary restaurant design, however, seems to be taking less and less notice of regional culture, at least in cities. Whether Mark Newson creates a property in London or New York - such as the Lever House, opened in 2003 - the design displays his signature, unmistakeably and regardless of location. But this design-internationalism is anything but uniform. Just the opposite: one notices a willingness to "quote" from different references. These references connect to anything that induces a positive effect in us and helps us to make sense of our world. Architects and designers have always bound up their own ideas with everything that they have observed and enjoyed. Today, through the joy of travel and instruments such as the internet, they can see even more, and on a global level. Just as chefs around the world amalgamate different national and regional cuisines into "fusion", so are new worlds of spacial experience constructed, with unusual combinations of style, colours, materials and lighting. This publication presents 57 examples of this phenomenon, from Los Angeles to Sydney, from London to Tokyo and from Berlin to Lima. On 400 pages with more than 600 vivid colour images and sketches, it shows a diverse range of the newest developments in restaurant design from around the world - a wonderful source of inspiration. Предисловие к изданию на английском, французском, немецком, испанском, итальянском языках.
Restaurant design
There are few planning tasks that so clearly show the effects of globalization as the design of restaurants. This often has less to do with the uniformity of international companies such as Starbucks and McDonalds, and more to do with the central concept of corporate identity in system gastronomy. The result is a visual design that requires the same chairs for Starbucks in China as for Starbucks in Alaska. McDonalds employs the same notion, varying local decoration from time to time. In contrast, individual concepts - the main theme of this book - are as diverse as ever. Perhaps it's even possible that the will to experiment has increased, thanks to new materials and innovations in lighting. Contemporary restaurant design, however, seems to be taking less and less notice of regional culture, at least in cities. Whether Mark Newson creates a property in London or New York - such as the Lever House, opened in 2003 - the design displays his signature, unmistakeably and regardless of location. But this design-internationalism is anything but uniform. Just the opposite: one notices a willingness to "quote" from different references. These references connect to anything that induces a positive effect in us and helps us to make sense of our world. Architects and designers have always bound up their own ideas with everything that they have observed and enjoyed. Today, through the joy of travel and instruments such as the internet, they can see even more, and on a global level. Just as chefs around the world amalgamate different national and regional cuisines into "fusion", so are new worlds of spacial experience constructed, with unusual combinations of style, colours, materials and lighting. This publication presents 57 examples of this phenomenon, from Los Angeles to Sydney, from London to Tokyo and from Berlin to Lima. On 400 pages with more than 600 vivid colour images and sketches, it shows a diverse range of the newest developments in restaurant design from around the world - a wonderful source of inspiration. Предисловие к изданию на английском, французском, немецком, испанском, итальянском языках.
Restaurant design
There are few planning tasks that so clearly show the effects of globalization as the design of restaurants. This often has less to do with the uniformity of international companies such as Starbucks and McDonalds, and more to do with the central concept of corporate identity in system gastronomy. The result is a visual design that requires the same chairs for Starbucks in China as for Starbucks in Alaska. McDonalds employs the same notion, varying local decoration from time to time. In contrast, individual concepts - the main theme of this book - are as diverse as ever. Perhaps it's even possible that the will to experiment has increased, thanks to new materials and innovations in lighting. Contemporary restaurant design, however, seems to be taking less and less notice of regional culture, at least in cities. Whether Mark Newson creates a property in London or New York - such as the Lever House, opened in 2003 - the design displays his signature, unmistakeably and regardless of location. But this design-internationalism is anything but uniform. Just the opposite: one notices a willingness to "quote" from different references. These references connect to anything that induces a positive effect in us and helps us to make sense of our world. Architects and designers have always bound up their own ideas with everything that they have observed and enjoyed. Today, through the joy of travel and instruments such as the internet, they can see even more, and on a global level. Just as chefs around the world amalgamate different national and regional cuisines into "fusion", so are new worlds of spacial experience constructed, with unusual combinations of style, colours, materials and lighting. This publication presents 57 examples of this phenomenon, from Los Angeles to Sydney, from London to Tokyo and from Berlin to Lima. On 400 pages with more than 600 vivid colour images and sketches, it shows a diverse range of the newest developments in restaurant design from around the world - a wonderful source of inspiration. Предисловие к изданию на английском, французском, немецком, испанском, итальянском языках.
Restaurant design
There are few planning tasks that so clearly show the effects of globalization as the design of restaurants. This often has less to do with the uniformity of international companies such as Starbucks and McDonalds, and more to do with the central concept of corporate identity in system gastronomy. The result is a visual design that requires the same chairs for Starbucks in China as for Starbucks in Alaska. McDonalds employs the same notion, varying local decoration from time to time. In contrast, individual concepts - the main theme of this book - are as diverse as ever. Perhaps it's even possible that the will to experiment has increased, thanks to new materials and innovations in lighting. Contemporary restaurant design, however, seems to be taking less and less notice of regional culture, at least in cities. Whether Mark Newson creates a property in London or New York - such as the Lever House, opened in 2003 - the design displays his signature, unmistakeably and regardless of location. But this design-internationalism is anything but uniform. Just the opposite: one notices a willingness to "quote" from different references. These references connect to anything that induces a positive effect in us and helps us to make sense of our world. Architects and designers have always bound up their own ideas with everything that they have observed and enjoyed. Today, through the joy of travel and instruments such as the internet, they can see even more, and on a global level. Just as chefs around the world amalgamate different national and regional cuisines into "fusion", so are new worlds of spacial experience constructed, with unusual combinations of style, colours, materials and lighting. This publication presents 57 examples of this phenomenon, from Los Angeles to Sydney, from London to Tokyo and from Berlin to Lima. On 400 pages with more than 600 vivid colour images and sketches, it shows a diverse range of the newest developments in restaurant design from around the world - a wonderful source of inspiration. Предисловие к изданию на английском, французском, немецком, испанском, итальянском языках.
Restaurant design
There are few planning tasks that so clearly show the effects of globalization as the design of restaurants. This often has less to do with the uniformity of international companies such as Starbucks and McDonalds, and more to do with the central concept of corporate identity in system gastronomy. The result is a visual design that requires the same chairs for Starbucks in China as for Starbucks in Alaska. McDonalds employs the same notion, varying local decoration from time to time. In contrast, individual concepts - the main theme of this book - are as diverse as ever. Perhaps it's even possible that the will to experiment has increased, thanks to new materials and innovations in lighting. Contemporary restaurant design, however, seems to be taking less and less notice of regional culture, at least in cities. Whether Mark Newson creates a property in London or New York - such as the Lever House, opened in 2003 - the design displays his signature, unmistakeably and regardless of location. But this design-internationalism is anything but uniform. Just the opposite: one notices a willingness to "quote" from different references. These references connect to anything that induces a positive effect in us and helps us to make sense of our world. Architects and designers have always bound up their own ideas with everything that they have observed and enjoyed. Today, through the joy of travel and instruments such as the internet, they can see even more, and on a global level. Just as chefs around the world amalgamate different national and regional cuisines into "fusion", so are new worlds of spacial experience constructed, with unusual combinations of style, colours, materials and lighting. This publication presents 57 examples of this phenomenon, from Los Angeles to Sydney, from London to Tokyo and from Berlin to Lima. On 400 pages with more than 600 vivid colour images and sketches, it shows a diverse range of the newest developments in restaurant design from around the world - a wonderful source of inspiration. Предисловие к изданию на английском, французском, немецком, испанском, итальянском языках.
Restaurant design
There are few planning tasks that so clearly show the effects of globalization as the design of restaurants. This often has less to do with the uniformity of international companies such as Starbucks and McDonalds, and more to do with the central concept of corporate identity in system gastronomy. The result is a visual design that requires the same chairs for Starbucks in China as for Starbucks in Alaska. McDonalds employs the same notion, varying local decoration from time to time. In contrast, individual concepts - the main theme of this book - are as diverse as ever. Perhaps it's even possible that the will to experiment has increased, thanks to new materials and innovations in lighting. Contemporary restaurant design, however, seems to be taking less and less notice of regional culture, at least in cities. Whether Mark Newson creates a property in London or New York - such as the Lever House, opened in 2003 - the design displays his signature, unmistakeably and regardless of location. But this design-internationalism is anything but uniform. Just the opposite: one notices a willingness to "quote" from different references. These references connect to anything that induces a positive effect in us and helps us to make sense of our world. Architects and designers have always bound up their own ideas with everything that they have observed and enjoyed. Today, through the joy of travel and instruments such as the internet, they can see even more, and on a global level. Just as chefs around the world amalgamate different national and regional cuisines into "fusion", so are new worlds of spacial experience constructed, with unusual combinations of style, colours, materials and lighting. This publication presents 57 examples of this phenomenon, from Los Angeles to Sydney, from London to Tokyo and from Berlin to Lima. On 400 pages with more than 600 vivid colour images and sketches, it shows a diverse range of the newest developments in restaurant design from around the world - a wonderful source of inspiration. Предисловие к изданию на английском, французском, немецком, испанском, итальянском языках.
Restroom design
In many cases, restrooms are associated with poor hygiene, vandalism and perversion - a place you visit only when you absolutely have to. However together with the evolution of technology and design of bathroom equipment, the meaning of washrooms receives more and more attention by designers and architects. Different solutions are employed to meet the special needs of various groups including men, women, children and the disabled. This book presents outstanding projects of the challenging task to combine the functionality of restrooms with exceptional and innovative design, which makes the visit to the restroom a revelation for the senses. About 50 new projects of trendy public restrooms with a remarkable design all over the world are featured in Restroom Design. The projects are presented in alphabetical order of the respective designers and an index with contact information is enclosed. available
Restroom design
In many cases, restrooms are associated with poor hygiene, vandalism and perversion - a place you visit only when you absolutely have to. However together with the evolution of technology and design of bathroom equipment, the meaning of washrooms receives more and more attention by designers and architects. Different solutions are employed to meet the special needs of various groups including men, women, children and the disabled. This book presents outstanding projects of the challenging task to combine the functionality of restrooms with exceptional and innovative design, which makes the visit to the restroom a revelation for the senses. About 50 new projects of trendy public restrooms with a remarkable design all over the world are featured in Restroom Design. The projects are presented in alphabetical order of the respective designers and an index with contact information is enclosed. available
Restroom design
In many cases, restrooms are associated with poor hygiene, vandalism and perversion - a place you visit only when you absolutely have to. However together with the evolution of technology and design of bathroom equipment, the meaning of washrooms receives more and more attention by designers and architects. Different solutions are employed to meet the special needs of various groups including men, women, children and the disabled. This book presents outstanding projects of the challenging task to combine the functionality of restrooms with exceptional and innovative design, which makes the visit to the restroom a revelation for the senses. About 50 new projects of trendy public restrooms with a remarkable design all over the world are featured in Restroom Design. The projects are presented in alphabetical order of the respective designers and an index with contact information is enclosed. available
Restroom design
In many cases, restrooms are associated with poor hygiene, vandalism and perversion - a place you visit only when you absolutely have to. However together with the evolution of technology and design of bathroom equipment, the meaning of washrooms receives more and more attention by designers and architects. Different solutions are employed to meet the special needs of various groups including men, women, children and the disabled. This book presents outstanding projects of the challenging task to combine the functionality of restrooms with exceptional and innovative design, which makes the visit to the restroom a revelation for the senses. About 50 new projects of trendy public restrooms with a remarkable design all over the world are featured in Restroom Design. The projects are presented in alphabetical order of the respective designers and an index with contact information is enclosed. available
Restroom design
In many cases, restrooms are associated with poor hygiene, vandalism and perversion - a place you visit only when you absolutely have to. However together with the evolution of technology and design of bathroom equipment, the meaning of washrooms receives more and more attention by designers and architects. Different solutions are employed to meet the special needs of various groups including men, women, children and the disabled. This book presents outstanding projects of the challenging task to combine the functionality of restrooms with exceptional and innovative design, which makes the visit to the restroom a revelation for the senses. About 50 new projects of trendy public restrooms with a remarkable design all over the world are featured in Restroom Design. The projects are presented in alphabetical order of the respective designers and an index with contact information is enclosed. available
Restroom design
In many cases, restrooms are associated with poor hygiene, vandalism and perversion - a place you visit only when you absolutely have to. However together with the evolution of technology and design of bathroom equipment, the meaning of washrooms receives more and more attention by designers and architects. Different solutions are employed to meet the special needs of various groups including men, women, children and the disabled. This book presents outstanding projects of the challenging task to combine the functionality of restrooms with exceptional and innovative design, which makes the visit to the restroom a revelation for the senses. About 50 new projects of trendy public restrooms with a remarkable design all over the world are featured in Restroom Design. The projects are presented in alphabetical order of the respective designers and an index with contact information is enclosed. available
Restroom design
In many cases, restrooms are associated with poor hygiene, vandalism and perversion - a place you visit only when you absolutely have to. However together with the evolution of technology and design of bathroom equipment, the meaning of washrooms receives more and more attention by designers and architects. Different solutions are employed to meet the special needs of various groups including men, women, children and the disabled. This book presents outstanding projects of the challenging task to combine the functionality of restrooms with exceptional and innovative design, which makes the visit to the restroom a revelation for the senses. About 50 new projects of trendy public restrooms with a remarkable design all over the world are featured in Restroom Design. The projects are presented in alphabetical order of the respective designers and an index with contact information is enclosed. available
Restroom design
In many cases, restrooms are associated with poor hygiene, vandalism and perversion - a place you visit only when you absolutely have to. However together with the evolution of technology and design of bathroom equipment, the meaning of washrooms receives more and more attention by designers and architects. Different solutions are employed to meet the special needs of various groups including men, women, children and the disabled. This book presents outstanding projects of the challenging task to combine the functionality of restrooms with exceptional and innovative design, which makes the visit to the restroom a revelation for the senses. About 50 new projects of trendy public restrooms with a remarkable design all over the world are featured in Restroom Design. The projects are presented in alphabetical order of the respective designers and an index with contact information is enclosed. available
Restroom design
In many cases, restrooms are associated with poor hygiene, vandalism and perversion - a place you visit only when you absolutely have to. However together with the evolution of technology and design of bathroom equipment, the meaning of washrooms receives more and more attention by designers and architects. Different solutions are employed to meet the special needs of various groups including men, women, children and the disabled. This book presents outstanding projects of the challenging task to combine the functionality of restrooms with exceptional and innovative design, which makes the visit to the restroom a revelation for the senses. About 50 new projects of trendy public restrooms with a remarkable design all over the world are featured in Restroom Design. The projects are presented in alphabetical order of the respective designers and an index with contact information is enclosed. available
Roof Design
Since streets become increasingly crowded, living on the top of a building promises privacy and distance. Rooftops have become the symbol of a new lifestyle - an extension and exclusive enjoyment of an area traditionally unused: the architectural crown of a building has been transformed into a new area for work or living. Architects, designers and town planners have seen in this final section of a building their last chance to let their fantasies run free and to dramatically shape the cities' skylines with extensions, attics and unique tops. This volume delivers a very close insight in the divers possibilities of the roof design of residential, corporative and other buildings. About 200 projects present the different types of roofs: Pitched roofs, flat roofs with planting vegetation, roof garden as a pool area or further floor space. An index with the contact dates of the designers is enclosed.
Roof Design
Since streets become increasingly crowded, living on the top of a building promises privacy and distance. Rooftops have become the symbol of a new lifestyle - an extension and exclusive enjoyment of an area traditionally unused: the architectural crown of a building has been transformed into a new area for work or living. Architects, designers and town planners have seen in this final section of a building their last chance to let their fantasies run free and to dramatically shape the cities' skylines with extensions, attics and unique tops. This volume delivers a very close insight in the divers possibilities of the roof design of residential, corporative and other buildings. About 200 projects present the different types of roofs: Pitched roofs, flat roofs with planting vegetation, roof garden as a pool area or further floor space. An index with the contact dates of the designers is enclosed.
Roof Design
Since streets become increasingly crowded, living on the top of a building promises privacy and distance. Rooftops have become the symbol of a new lifestyle - an extension and exclusive enjoyment of an area traditionally unused: the architectural crown of a building has been transformed into a new area for work or living. Architects, designers and town planners have seen in this final section of a building their last chance to let their fantasies run free and to dramatically shape the cities' skylines with extensions, attics and unique tops. This volume delivers a very close insight in the divers possibilities of the roof design of residential, corporative and other buildings. About 200 projects present the different types of roofs: Pitched roofs, flat roofs with planting vegetation, roof garden as a pool area or further floor space. An index with the contact dates of the designers is enclosed.
Roof Design
Since streets become increasingly crowded, living on the top of a building promises privacy and distance. Rooftops have become the symbol of a new lifestyle - an extension and exclusive enjoyment of an area traditionally unused: the architectural crown of a building has been transformed into a new area for work or living. Architects, designers and town planners have seen in this final section of a building their last chance to let their fantasies run free and to dramatically shape the cities' skylines with extensions, attics and unique tops. This volume delivers a very close insight in the divers possibilities of the roof design of residential, corporative and other buildings. About 200 projects present the different types of roofs: Pitched roofs, flat roofs with planting vegetation, roof garden as a pool area or further floor space. An index with the contact dates of the designers is enclosed.
Roof Design
Since streets become increasingly crowded, living on the top of a building promises privacy and distance. Rooftops have become the symbol of a new lifestyle - an extension and exclusive enjoyment of an area traditionally unused: the architectural crown of a building has been transformed into a new area for work or living. Architects, designers and town planners have seen in this final section of a building their last chance to let their fantasies run free and to dramatically shape the cities' skylines with extensions, attics and unique tops. This volume delivers a very close insight in the divers possibilities of the roof design of residential, corporative and other buildings. About 200 projects present the different types of roofs: Pitched roofs, flat roofs with planting vegetation, roof garden as a pool area or further floor space. An index with the contact dates of the designers is enclosed.
Roof Design
Since streets become increasingly crowded, living on the top of a building promises privacy and distance. Rooftops have become the symbol of a new lifestyle - an extension and exclusive enjoyment of an area traditionally unused: the architectural crown of a building has been transformed into a new area for work or living. Architects, designers and town planners have seen in this final section of a building their last chance to let their fantasies run free and to dramatically shape the cities' skylines with extensions, attics and unique tops. This volume delivers a very close insight in the divers possibilities of the roof design of residential, corporative and other buildings. About 200 projects present the different types of roofs: Pitched roofs, flat roofs with planting vegetation, roof garden as a pool area or further floor space. An index with the contact dates of the designers is enclosed.
Roof Design
Since streets become increasingly crowded, living on the top of a building promises privacy and distance. Rooftops have become the symbol of a new lifestyle - an extension and exclusive enjoyment of an area traditionally unused: the architectural crown of a building has been transformed into a new area for work or living. Architects, designers and town planners have seen in this final section of a building their last chance to let their fantasies run free and to dramatically shape the cities' skylines with extensions, attics and unique tops. This volume delivers a very close insight in the divers possibilities of the roof design of residential, corporative and other buildings. About 200 projects present the different types of roofs: Pitched roofs, flat roofs with planting vegetation, roof garden as a pool area or further floor space. An index with the contact dates of the designers is enclosed.
Roof Design
Since streets become increasingly crowded, living on the top of a building promises privacy and distance. Rooftops have become the symbol of a new lifestyle - an extension and exclusive enjoyment of an area traditionally unused: the architectural crown of a building has been transformed into a new area for work or living. Architects, designers and town planners have seen in this final section of a building their last chance to let their fantasies run free and to dramatically shape the cities' skylines with extensions, attics and unique tops. This volume delivers a very close insight in the divers possibilities of the roof design of residential, corporative and other buildings. About 200 projects present the different types of roofs: Pitched roofs, flat roofs with planting vegetation, roof garden as a pool area or further floor space. An index with the contact dates of the designers is enclosed.
Roof Design
Since streets become increasingly crowded, living on the top of a building promises privacy and distance. Rooftops have become the symbol of a new lifestyle - an extension and exclusive enjoyment of an area traditionally unused: the architectural crown of a building has been transformed into a new area for work or living. Architects, designers and town planners have seen in this final section of a building their last chance to let their fantasies run free and to dramatically shape the cities' skylines with extensions, attics and unique tops. This volume delivers a very close insight in the divers possibilities of the roof design of residential, corporative and other buildings. About 200 projects present the different types of roofs: Pitched roofs, flat roofs with planting vegetation, roof garden as a pool area or further floor space. An index with the contact dates of the designers is enclosed.
Show Design
Trade fairs and showrooms are an increasingly important marketing investment for all kinds of companies and the design of these temporary displays is a growing and constantly changing industry. Both showrooms and trade fair exhibitions serve to showcase and demonstrate a company's new products and services and to convey their brand philosophy. Doing this effectively is not an easy task and best left to marketing and design specialists. Trade fairs are especially tricky as the design of the company's booth is an increasingly powerful sales strategy. The importance of these professional shows is clearly reflected in the huge number and variety of these events held all over the world. With thousands of visitors seeing yours and thousand of other company's booths, the pressure is on to make yours stand out from the rest. Considering the visitor will spend no more than a maximum of 15 minutes at each stand, designers need to clearly get the company's message across in the least possible time, using innovative solutions and technologies. Similarly, showrooms are a way of advertising the product, making the layout and positioning of the wares a carefully considered task. The word "showroom" may evoke images of the first purpose-built car showrooms, which began to proliferate at the time of the mass-production of cars at the beginning of the 20'th century. Nowadays, however, a huge array of products, from sanitary ware and electronics to upholstery, fashion, lighting and furniture, to mention but a few, are investing in showrooms of all sizes and fashions. This book intends to show the great lengths some companies will go to in order to be seen and, more importantly, to be remembered. The following pages will present a wide selection of trade fairs and showrooms from around the world created by established and emerging designers.
Show Design
Trade fairs and showrooms are an increasingly important marketing investment for all kinds of companies and the design of these temporary displays is a growing and constantly changing industry. Both showrooms and trade fair exhibitions serve to showcase and demonstrate a company's new products and services and to convey their brand philosophy. Doing this effectively is not an easy task and best left to marketing and design specialists. Trade fairs are especially tricky as the design of the company's booth is an increasingly powerful sales strategy. The importance of these professional shows is clearly reflected in the huge number and variety of these events held all over the world. With thousands of visitors seeing yours and thousand of other company's booths, the pressure is on to make yours stand out from the rest. Considering the visitor will spend no more than a maximum of 15 minutes at each stand, designers need to clearly get the company's message across in the least possible time, using innovative solutions and technologies. Similarly, showrooms are a way of advertising the product, making the layout and positioning of the wares a carefully considered task. The word "showroom" may evoke images of the first purpose-built car showrooms, which began to proliferate at the time of the mass-production of cars at the beginning of the 20'th century. Nowadays, however, a huge array of products, from sanitary ware and electronics to upholstery, fashion, lighting and furniture, to mention but a few, are investing in showrooms of all sizes and fashions. This book intends to show the great lengths some companies will go to in order to be seen and, more importantly, to be remembered. The following pages will present a wide selection of trade fairs and showrooms from around the world created by established and emerging designers.
Show Design
Trade fairs and showrooms are an increasingly important marketing investment for all kinds of companies and the design of these temporary displays is a growing and constantly changing industry. Both showrooms and trade fair exhibitions serve to showcase and demonstrate a company's new products and services and to convey their brand philosophy. Doing this effectively is not an easy task and best left to marketing and design specialists. Trade fairs are especially tricky as the design of the company's booth is an increasingly powerful sales strategy. The importance of these professional shows is clearly reflected in the huge number and variety of these events held all over the world. With thousands of visitors seeing yours and thousand of other company's booths, the pressure is on to make yours stand out from the rest. Considering the visitor will spend no more than a maximum of 15 minutes at each stand, designers need to clearly get the company's message across in the least possible time, using innovative solutions and technologies. Similarly, showrooms are a way of advertising the product, making the layout and positioning of the wares a carefully considered task. The word "showroom" may evoke images of the first purpose-built car showrooms, which began to proliferate at the time of the mass-production of cars at the beginning of the 20'th century. Nowadays, however, a huge array of products, from sanitary ware and electronics to upholstery, fashion, lighting and furniture, to mention but a few, are investing in showrooms of all sizes and fashions. This book intends to show the great lengths some companies will go to in order to be seen and, more importantly, to be remembered. The following pages will present a wide selection of trade fairs and showrooms from around the world created by established and emerging designers.
Show Design
Trade fairs and showrooms are an increasingly important marketing investment for all kinds of companies and the design of these temporary displays is a growing and constantly changing industry. Both showrooms and trade fair exhibitions serve to showcase and demonstrate a company's new products and services and to convey their brand philosophy. Doing this effectively is not an easy task and best left to marketing and design specialists. Trade fairs are especially tricky as the design of the company's booth is an increasingly powerful sales strategy. The importance of these professional shows is clearly reflected in the huge number and variety of these events held all over the world. With thousands of visitors seeing yours and thousand of other company's booths, the pressure is on to make yours stand out from the rest. Considering the visitor will spend no more than a maximum of 15 minutes at each stand, designers need to clearly get the company's message across in the least possible time, using innovative solutions and technologies. Similarly, showrooms are a way of advertising the product, making the layout and positioning of the wares a carefully considered task. The word "showroom" may evoke images of the first purpose-built car showrooms, which began to proliferate at the time of the mass-production of cars at the beginning of the 20'th century. Nowadays, however, a huge array of products, from sanitary ware and electronics to upholstery, fashion, lighting and furniture, to mention but a few, are investing in showrooms of all sizes and fashions. This book intends to show the great lengths some companies will go to in order to be seen and, more importantly, to be remembered. The following pages will present a wide selection of trade fairs and showrooms from around the world created by established and emerging designers.
Show Design
Trade fairs and showrooms are an increasingly important marketing investment for all kinds of companies and the design of these temporary displays is a growing and constantly changing industry. Both showrooms and trade fair exhibitions serve to showcase and demonstrate a company's new products and services and to convey their brand philosophy. Doing this effectively is not an easy task and best left to marketing and design specialists. Trade fairs are especially tricky as the design of the company's booth is an increasingly powerful sales strategy. The importance of these professional shows is clearly reflected in the huge number and variety of these events held all over the world. With thousands of visitors seeing yours and thousand of other company's booths, the pressure is on to make yours stand out from the rest. Considering the visitor will spend no more than a maximum of 15 minutes at each stand, designers need to clearly get the company's message across in the least possible time, using innovative solutions and technologies. Similarly, showrooms are a way of advertising the product, making the layout and positioning of the wares a carefully considered task. The word "showroom" may evoke images of the first purpose-built car showrooms, which began to proliferate at the time of the mass-production of cars at the beginning of the 20'th century. Nowadays, however, a huge array of products, from sanitary ware and electronics to upholstery, fashion, lighting and furniture, to mention but a few, are investing in showrooms of all sizes and fashions. This book intends to show the great lengths some companies will go to in order to be seen and, more importantly, to be remembered. The following pages will present a wide selection of trade fairs and showrooms from around the world created by established and emerging designers.
Show Design
Trade fairs and showrooms are an increasingly important marketing investment for all kinds of companies and the design of these temporary displays is a growing and constantly changing industry. Both showrooms and trade fair exhibitions serve to showcase and demonstrate a company's new products and services and to convey their brand philosophy. Doing this effectively is not an easy task and best left to marketing and design specialists. Trade fairs are especially tricky as the design of the company's booth is an increasingly powerful sales strategy. The importance of these professional shows is clearly reflected in the huge number and variety of these events held all over the world. With thousands of visitors seeing yours and thousand of other company's booths, the pressure is on to make yours stand out from the rest. Considering the visitor will spend no more than a maximum of 15 minutes at each stand, designers need to clearly get the company's message across in the least possible time, using innovative solutions and technologies. Similarly, showrooms are a way of advertising the product, making the layout and positioning of the wares a carefully considered task. The word "showroom" may evoke images of the first purpose-built car showrooms, which began to proliferate at the time of the mass-production of cars at the beginning of the 20'th century. Nowadays, however, a huge array of products, from sanitary ware and electronics to upholstery, fashion, lighting and furniture, to mention but a few, are investing in showrooms of all sizes and fashions. This book intends to show the great lengths some companies will go to in order to be seen and, more importantly, to be remembered. The following pages will present a wide selection of trade fairs and showrooms from around the world created by established and emerging designers.
Show Design
Trade fairs and showrooms are an increasingly important marketing investment for all kinds of companies and the design of these temporary displays is a growing and constantly changing industry. Both showrooms and trade fair exhibitions serve to showcase and demonstrate a company's new products and services and to convey their brand philosophy. Doing this effectively is not an easy task and best left to marketing and design specialists. Trade fairs are especially tricky as the design of the company's booth is an increasingly powerful sales strategy. The importance of these professional shows is clearly reflected in the huge number and variety of these events held all over the world. With thousands of visitors seeing yours and thousand of other company's booths, the pressure is on to make yours stand out from the rest. Considering the visitor will spend no more than a maximum of 15 minutes at each stand, designers need to clearly get the company's message across in the least possible time, using innovative solutions and technologies. Similarly, showrooms are a way of advertising the product, making the layout and positioning of the wares a carefully considered task. The word "showroom" may evoke images of the first purpose-built car showrooms, which began to proliferate at the time of the mass-production of cars at the beginning of the 20'th century. Nowadays, however, a huge array of products, from sanitary ware and electronics to upholstery, fashion, lighting and furniture, to mention but a few, are investing in showrooms of all sizes and fashions. This book intends to show the great lengths some companies will go to in order to be seen and, more importantly, to be remembered. The following pages will present a wide selection of trade fairs and showrooms from around the world created by established and emerging designers.
Show Design
Trade fairs and showrooms are an increasingly important marketing investment for all kinds of companies and the design of these temporary displays is a growing and constantly changing industry. Both showrooms and trade fair exhibitions serve to showcase and demonstrate a company's new products and services and to convey their brand philosophy. Doing this effectively is not an easy task and best left to marketing and design specialists. Trade fairs are especially tricky as the design of the company's booth is an increasingly powerful sales strategy. The importance of these professional shows is clearly reflected in the huge number and variety of these events held all over the world. With thousands of visitors seeing yours and thousand of other company's booths, the pressure is on to make yours stand out from the rest. Considering the visitor will spend no more than a maximum of 15 minutes at each stand, designers need to clearly get the company's message across in the least possible time, using innovative solutions and technologies. Similarly, showrooms are a way of advertising the product, making the layout and positioning of the wares a carefully considered task. The word "showroom" may evoke images of the first purpose-built car showrooms, which began to proliferate at the time of the mass-production of cars at the beginning of the 20'th century. Nowadays, however, a huge array of products, from sanitary ware and electronics to upholstery, fashion, lighting and furniture, to mention but a few, are investing in showrooms of all sizes and fashions. This book intends to show the great lengths some companies will go to in order to be seen and, more importantly, to be remembered. The following pages will present a wide selection of trade fairs and showrooms from around the world created by established and emerging designers.
Show Design
Trade fairs and showrooms are an increasingly important marketing investment for all kinds of companies and the design of these temporary displays is a growing and constantly changing industry. Both showrooms and trade fair exhibitions serve to showcase and demonstrate a company's new products and services and to convey their brand philosophy. Doing this effectively is not an easy task and best left to marketing and design specialists. Trade fairs are especially tricky as the design of the company's booth is an increasingly powerful sales strategy. The importance of these professional shows is clearly reflected in the huge number and variety of these events held all over the world. With thousands of visitors seeing yours and thousand of other company's booths, the pressure is on to make yours stand out from the rest. Considering the visitor will spend no more than a maximum of 15 minutes at each stand, designers need to clearly get the company's message across in the least possible time, using innovative solutions and technologies. Similarly, showrooms are a way of advertising the product, making the layout and positioning of the wares a carefully considered task. The word "showroom" may evoke images of the first purpose-built car showrooms, which began to proliferate at the time of the mass-production of cars at the beginning of the 20'th century. Nowadays, however, a huge array of products, from sanitary ware and electronics to upholstery, fashion, lighting and furniture, to mention but a few, are investing in showrooms of all sizes and fashions. This book intends to show the great lengths some companies will go to in order to be seen and, more importantly, to be remembered. The following pages will present a wide selection of trade fairs and showrooms from around the world created by established and emerging designers.
Show Design
Trade fairs and showrooms are an increasingly important marketing investment for all kinds of companies and the design of these temporary displays is a growing and constantly changing industry. Both showrooms and trade fair exhibitions serve to showcase and demonstrate a company's new products and services and to convey their brand philosophy. Doing this effectively is not an easy task and best left to marketing and design specialists. Trade fairs are especially tricky as the design of the company's booth is an increasingly powerful sales strategy. The importance of these professional shows is clearly reflected in the huge number and variety of these events held all over the world. With thousands of visitors seeing yours and thousand of other company's booths, the pressure is on to make yours stand out from the rest. Considering the visitor will spend no more than a maximum of 15 minutes at each stand, designers need to clearly get the company's message across in the least possible time, using innovative solutions and technologies. Similarly, showrooms are a way of advertising the product, making the layout and positioning of the wares a carefully considered task. The word "showroom" may evoke images of the first purpose-built car showrooms, which began to proliferate at the time of the mass-production of cars at the beginning of the 20'th century. Nowadays, however, a huge array of products, from sanitary ware and electronics to upholstery, fashion, lighting and furniture, to mention but a few, are investing in showrooms of all sizes and fashions. This book intends to show the great lengths some companies will go to in order to be seen and, more importantly, to be remembered. The following pages will present a wide selection of trade fairs and showrooms from around the world created by established and emerging designers.
Kids Fashion Designers
It has become common practice for fashion labels and designer to launch their own line for kids. This book presents kids collections by newcomers and established designers that are simultaneously exclusive and extraordinary. Includes various catwalk and campaign shots, plus a short biography of each designer.
Shoe Design
Absolutely essential to making a big entry and a challenge for every fashion designer - SHOE DESIGN presents an overview of current creations by designers from all over the world, featuring the most important trends and names.
Shoe Design
Absolutely essential to making a big entry and a challenge for every fashion designer - SHOE DESIGN presents an overview of current creations by designers from all over the world, featuring the most important trends and names.
Shoe Design
Absolutely essential to making a big entry and a challenge for every fashion designer - SHOE DESIGN presents an overview of current creations by designers from all over the world, featuring the most important trends and names.
Young Asian GRAPHIC DESIGNERS
Asian countries have opened up during the last few decades and have kick-started a rapid development of the design sector. Thanks to globalization and the new media, the different cultures in Asia can inspire each other mutually. Also influence from Western commerce and contemporary pop-culture is substantial. Yet, Asian graphic design does not merely reproduce imported styles, but incorporate and mix them with styles of the visually-rich Asian heritage. This blend of the traditional and contemporary elements creates a colorful organic design in contrast to the increasingly technologized world of the West. From Jakarta over New Delhi to Tokyo, we can find young graphic designers shifting and breaking the moulds of design and creative expression. Asian graphic design will be an ever-increasing focus of interest in the decades to come. In this book about 50 young Asian Graphic Designers are introduced in alphabetical order with images of some of their best designs and a short characteristic. An index with contact information of the Designers is enclosed.
Young Asian GRAPHIC DESIGNERS
Asian countries have opened up during the last few decades and have kick-started a rapid development of the design sector. Thanks to globalization and the new media, the different cultures in Asia can inspire each other mutually. Also influence from Western commerce and contemporary pop-culture is substantial. Yet, Asian graphic design does not merely reproduce imported styles, but incorporate and mix them with styles of the visually-rich Asian heritage. This blend of the traditional and contemporary elements creates a colorful organic design in contrast to the increasingly technologized world of the West. From Jakarta over New Delhi to Tokyo, we can find young graphic designers shifting and breaking the moulds of design and creative expression. Asian graphic design will be an ever-increasing focus of interest in the decades to come. In this book about 50 young Asian Graphic Designers are introduced in alphabetical order with images of some of their best designs and a short characteristic. An index with contact information of the Designers is enclosed.
Young Asian GRAPHIC DESIGNERS
Asian countries have opened up during the last few decades and have kick-started a rapid development of the design sector. Thanks to globalization and the new media, the different cultures in Asia can inspire each other mutually. Also influence from Western commerce and contemporary pop-culture is substantial. Yet, Asian graphic design does not merely reproduce imported styles, but incorporate and mix them with styles of the visually-rich Asian heritage. This blend of the traditional and contemporary elements creates a colorful organic design in contrast to the increasingly technologized world of the West. From Jakarta over New Delhi to Tokyo, we can find young graphic designers shifting and breaking the moulds of design and creative expression. Asian graphic design will be an ever-increasing focus of interest in the decades to come. In this book about 50 young Asian Graphic Designers are introduced in alphabetical order with images of some of their best designs and a short characteristic. An index with contact information of the Designers is enclosed.
Young Asian GRAPHIC DESIGNERS
Asian countries have opened up during the last few decades and have kick-started a rapid development of the design sector. Thanks to globalization and the new media, the different cultures in Asia can inspire each other mutually. Also influence from Western commerce and contemporary pop-culture is substantial. Yet, Asian graphic design does not merely reproduce imported styles, but incorporate and mix them with styles of the visually-rich Asian heritage. This blend of the traditional and contemporary elements creates a colorful organic design in contrast to the increasingly technologized world of the West. From Jakarta over New Delhi to Tokyo, we can find young graphic designers shifting and breaking the moulds of design and creative expression. Asian graphic design will be an ever-increasing focus of interest in the decades to come. In this book about 50 young Asian Graphic Designers are introduced in alphabetical order with images of some of their best designs and a short characteristic. An index with contact information of the Designers is enclosed.
Young Asian GRAPHIC DESIGNERS
Asian countries have opened up during the last few decades and have kick-started a rapid development of the design sector. Thanks to globalization and the new media, the different cultures in Asia can inspire each other mutually. Also influence from Western commerce and contemporary pop-culture is substantial. Yet, Asian graphic design does not merely reproduce imported styles, but incorporate and mix them with styles of the visually-rich Asian heritage. This blend of the traditional and contemporary elements creates a colorful organic design in contrast to the increasingly technologized world of the West. From Jakarta over New Delhi to Tokyo, we can find young graphic designers shifting and breaking the moulds of design and creative expression. Asian graphic design will be an ever-increasing focus of interest in the decades to come. In this book about 50 young Asian Graphic Designers are introduced in alphabetical order with images of some of their best designs and a short characteristic. An index with contact information of the Designers is enclosed.
Young Asian GRAPHIC DESIGNERS
Asian countries have opened up during the last few decades and have kick-started a rapid development of the design sector. Thanks to globalization and the new media, the different cultures in Asia can inspire each other mutually. Also influence from Western commerce and contemporary pop-culture is substantial. Yet, Asian graphic design does not merely reproduce imported styles, but incorporate and mix them with styles of the visually-rich Asian heritage. This blend of the traditional and contemporary elements creates a colorful organic design in contrast to the increasingly technologized world of the West. From Jakarta over New Delhi to Tokyo, we can find young graphic designers shifting and breaking the moulds of design and creative expression. Asian graphic design will be an ever-increasing focus of interest in the decades to come. In this book about 50 young Asian Graphic Designers are introduced in alphabetical order with images of some of their best designs and a short characteristic. An index with contact information of the Designers is enclosed.
Young Asian GRAPHIC DESIGNERS
Asian countries have opened up during the last few decades and have kick-started a rapid development of the design sector. Thanks to globalization and the new media, the different cultures in Asia can inspire each other mutually. Also influence from Western commerce and contemporary pop-culture is substantial. Yet, Asian graphic design does not merely reproduce imported styles, but incorporate and mix them with styles of the visually-rich Asian heritage. This blend of the traditional and contemporary elements creates a colorful organic design in contrast to the increasingly technologized world of the West. From Jakarta over New Delhi to Tokyo, we can find young graphic designers shifting and breaking the moulds of design and creative expression. Asian graphic design will be an ever-increasing focus of interest in the decades to come. In this book about 50 young Asian Graphic Designers are introduced in alphabetical order with images of some of their best designs and a short characteristic. An index with contact information of the Designers is enclosed.
Young Asian GRAPHIC DESIGNERS
Asian countries have opened up during the last few decades and have kick-started a rapid development of the design sector. Thanks to globalization and the new media, the different cultures in Asia can inspire each other mutually. Also influence from Western commerce and contemporary pop-culture is substantial. Yet, Asian graphic design does not merely reproduce imported styles, but incorporate and mix them with styles of the visually-rich Asian heritage. This blend of the traditional and contemporary elements creates a colorful organic design in contrast to the increasingly technologized world of the West. From Jakarta over New Delhi to Tokyo, we can find young graphic designers shifting and breaking the moulds of design and creative expression. Asian graphic design will be an ever-increasing focus of interest in the decades to come. In this book about 50 young Asian Graphic Designers are introduced in alphabetical order with images of some of their best designs and a short characteristic. An index with contact information of the Designers is enclosed.
Young Asian GRAPHIC DESIGNERS
Asian countries have opened up during the last few decades and have kick-started a rapid development of the design sector. Thanks to globalization and the new media, the different cultures in Asia can inspire each other mutually. Also influence from Western commerce and contemporary pop-culture is substantial. Yet, Asian graphic design does not merely reproduce imported styles, but incorporate and mix them with styles of the visually-rich Asian heritage. This blend of the traditional and contemporary elements creates a colorful organic design in contrast to the increasingly technologized world of the West. From Jakarta over New Delhi to Tokyo, we can find young graphic designers shifting and breaking the moulds of design and creative expression. Asian graphic design will be an ever-increasing focus of interest in the decades to come. In this book about 50 young Asian Graphic Designers are introduced in alphabetical order with images of some of their best designs and a short characteristic. An index with contact information of the Designers is enclosed.
Young Asian GRAPHIC DESIGNERS
Asian countries have opened up during the last few decades and have kick-started a rapid development of the design sector. Thanks to globalization and the new media, the different cultures in Asia can inspire each other mutually. Also influence from Western commerce and contemporary pop-culture is substantial. Yet, Asian graphic design does not merely reproduce imported styles, but incorporate and mix them with styles of the visually-rich Asian heritage. This blend of the traditional and contemporary elements creates a colorful organic design in contrast to the increasingly technologized world of the West. From Jakarta over New Delhi to Tokyo, we can find young graphic designers shifting and breaking the moulds of design and creative expression. Asian graphic design will be an ever-increasing focus of interest in the decades to come. In this book about 50 young Asian Graphic Designers are introduced in alphabetical order with images of some of their best designs and a short characteristic. An index with contact information of the Designers is enclosed.
Young European Fashion Designers
This book is part of the Young Designers series which focus on young and innovative Designers. Young European Fashion Designers presents a new generation of designers that have today made an impact on the future of fashion. They are not only creating the look of the times, but also have a profound influence on what soon will happen in fashion. These Designers stand for innovation and courage. This book illustrates the style of each of the designers in brilliant color photos that document a wide variety of earlier and current pieces from their collections, look book excerpts, catwalk and campaign scenes. Small portraits introduce the fashion designer as personalities with their respective philosophy and manner of working. An index with contact information is enclosed at the end of the book.
Young European Fashion Designers
This book is part of the Young Designers series which focus on young and innovative Designers. Young European Fashion Designers presents a new generation of designers that have today made an impact on the future of fashion. They are not only creating the look of the times, but also have a profound influence on what soon will happen in fashion. These Designers stand for innovation and courage. This book illustrates the style of each of the designers in brilliant color photos that document a wide variety of earlier and current pieces from their collections, look book excerpts, catwalk and campaign scenes. Small portraits introduce the fashion designer as personalities with their respective philosophy and manner of working. An index with contact information is enclosed at the end of the book.
Young European Fashion Designers
This book is part of the Young Designers series which focus on young and innovative Designers. Young European Fashion Designers presents a new generation of designers that have today made an impact on the future of fashion. They are not only creating the look of the times, but also have a profound influence on what soon will happen in fashion. These Designers stand for innovation and courage. This book illustrates the style of each of the designers in brilliant color photos that document a wide variety of earlier and current pieces from their collections, look book excerpts, catwalk and campaign scenes. Small portraits introduce the fashion designer as personalities with their respective philosophy and manner of working. An index with contact information is enclosed at the end of the book.
Young European Fashion Designers
This book is part of the Young Designers series which focus on young and innovative Designers. Young European Fashion Designers presents a new generation of designers that have today made an impact on the future of fashion. They are not only creating the look of the times, but also have a profound influence on what soon will happen in fashion. These Designers stand for innovation and courage. This book illustrates the style of each of the designers in brilliant color photos that document a wide variety of earlier and current pieces from their collections, look book excerpts, catwalk and campaign scenes. Small portraits introduce the fashion designer as personalities with their respective philosophy and manner of working. An index with contact information is enclosed at the end of the book.
Young European Fashion Designers
This book is part of the Young Designers series which focus on young and innovative Designers. Young European Fashion Designers presents a new generation of designers that have today made an impact on the future of fashion. They are not only creating the look of the times, but also have a profound influence on what soon will happen in fashion. These Designers stand for innovation and courage. This book illustrates the style of each of the designers in brilliant color photos that document a wide variety of earlier and current pieces from their collections, look book excerpts, catwalk and campaign scenes. Small portraits introduce the fashion designer as personalities with their respective philosophy and manner of working. An index with contact information is enclosed at the end of the book.
Young European Fashion Designers
This book is part of the Young Designers series which focus on young and innovative Designers. Young European Fashion Designers presents a new generation of designers that have today made an impact on the future of fashion. They are not only creating the look of the times, but also have a profound influence on what soon will happen in fashion. These Designers stand for innovation and courage. This book illustrates the style of each of the designers in brilliant color photos that document a wide variety of earlier and current pieces from their collections, look book excerpts, catwalk and campaign scenes. Small portraits introduce the fashion designer as personalities with their respective philosophy and manner of working. An index with contact information is enclosed at the end of the book.
Young European Fashion Designers
This book is part of the Young Designers series which focus on young and innovative Designers. Young European Fashion Designers presents a new generation of designers that have today made an impact on the future of fashion. They are not only creating the look of the times, but also have a profound influence on what soon will happen in fashion. These Designers stand for innovation and courage. This book illustrates the style of each of the designers in brilliant color photos that document a wide variety of earlier and current pieces from their collections, look book excerpts, catwalk and campaign scenes. Small portraits introduce the fashion designer as personalities with their respective philosophy and manner of working. An index with contact information is enclosed at the end of the book.
Young European Fashion Designers
This book is part of the Young Designers series which focus on young and innovative Designers. Young European Fashion Designers presents a new generation of designers that have today made an impact on the future of fashion. They are not only creating the look of the times, but also have a profound influence on what soon will happen in fashion. These Designers stand for innovation and courage. This book illustrates the style of each of the designers in brilliant color photos that document a wide variety of earlier and current pieces from their collections, look book excerpts, catwalk and campaign scenes. Small portraits introduce the fashion designer as personalities with their respective philosophy and manner of working. An index with contact information is enclosed at the end of the book.
Young European Fashion Designers
This book is part of the Young Designers series which focus on young and innovative Designers. Young European Fashion Designers presents a new generation of designers that have today made an impact on the future of fashion. They are not only creating the look of the times, but also have a profound influence on what soon will happen in fashion. These Designers stand for innovation and courage. This book illustrates the style of each of the designers in brilliant color photos that document a wide variety of earlier and current pieces from their collections, look book excerpts, catwalk and campaign scenes. Small portraits introduce the fashion designer as personalities with their respective philosophy and manner of working. An index with contact information is enclosed at the end of the book.
Young fashion designers Americas
During the past years the unique styles from the American continents began to be adopted all over the world and had a big impact on fashion today. North American fashion designers create clothing which bears the imprint of the diverse subcultures in their societies, while the styles of Latin American fashion designers are influenced more by cultural symbolism and history. No matter if North or South America: the fashion designers presented in this book have the talents and skills to introduce new trends and to even revolutionize the whole fashion industry. With their outstanding creations they provide inspiration for many others. The designers are presented in alphabetical order with a little portrait and information about themselves. An index with the contact data of the designers is enclosed.
Young fashion designers Americas
During the past years the unique styles from the American continents began to be adopted all over the world and had a big impact on fashion today. North American fashion designers create clothing which bears the imprint of the diverse subcultures in their societies, while the styles of Latin American fashion designers are influenced more by cultural symbolism and history. No matter if North or South America: the fashion designers presented in this book have the talents and skills to introduce new trends and to even revolutionize the whole fashion industry. With their outstanding creations they provide inspiration for many others. The designers are presented in alphabetical order with a little portrait and information about themselves. An index with the contact data of the designers is enclosed.
Young fashion designers Americas
During the past years the unique styles from the American continents began to be adopted all over the world and had a big impact on fashion today. North American fashion designers create clothing which bears the imprint of the diverse subcultures in their societies, while the styles of Latin American fashion designers are influenced more by cultural symbolism and history. No matter if North or South America: the fashion designers presented in this book have the talents and skills to introduce new trends and to even revolutionize the whole fashion industry. With their outstanding creations they provide inspiration for many others. The designers are presented in alphabetical order with a little portrait and information about themselves. An index with the contact data of the designers is enclosed.
Young fashion designers Americas
During the past years the unique styles from the American continents began to be adopted all over the world and had a big impact on fashion today. North American fashion designers create clothing which bears the imprint of the diverse subcultures in their societies, while the styles of Latin American fashion designers are influenced more by cultural symbolism and history. No matter if North or South America: the fashion designers presented in this book have the talents and skills to introduce new trends and to even revolutionize the whole fashion industry. With their outstanding creations they provide inspiration for many others. The designers are presented in alphabetical order with a little portrait and information about themselves. An index with the contact data of the designers is enclosed.
Young fashion designers Americas
During the past years the unique styles from the American continents began to be adopted all over the world and had a big impact on fashion today. North American fashion designers create clothing which bears the imprint of the diverse subcultures in their societies, while the styles of Latin American fashion designers are influenced more by cultural symbolism and history. No matter if North or South America: the fashion designers presented in this book have the talents and skills to introduce new trends and to even revolutionize the whole fashion industry. With their outstanding creations they provide inspiration for many others. The designers are presented in alphabetical order with a little portrait and information about themselves. An index with the contact data of the designers is enclosed.
Young fashion designers Americas
During the past years the unique styles from the American continents began to be adopted all over the world and had a big impact on fashion today. North American fashion designers create clothing which bears the imprint of the diverse subcultures in their societies, while the styles of Latin American fashion designers are influenced more by cultural symbolism and history. No matter if North or South America: the fashion designers presented in this book have the talents and skills to introduce new trends and to even revolutionize the whole fashion industry. With their outstanding creations they provide inspiration for many others. The designers are presented in alphabetical order with a little portrait and information about themselves. An index with the contact data of the designers is enclosed.
Young fashion designers Americas
During the past years the unique styles from the American continents began to be adopted all over the world and had a big impact on fashion today. North American fashion designers create clothing which bears the imprint of the diverse subcultures in their societies, while the styles of Latin American fashion designers are influenced more by cultural symbolism and history. No matter if North or South America: the fashion designers presented in this book have the talents and skills to introduce new trends and to even revolutionize the whole fashion industry. With their outstanding creations they provide inspiration for many others. The designers are presented in alphabetical order with a little portrait and information about themselves. An index with the contact data of the designers is enclosed.
Young fashion designers Americas
During the past years the unique styles from the American continents began to be adopted all over the world and had a big impact on fashion today. North American fashion designers create clothing which bears the imprint of the diverse subcultures in their societies, while the styles of Latin American fashion designers are influenced more by cultural symbolism and history. No matter if North or South America: the fashion designers presented in this book have the talents and skills to introduce new trends and to even revolutionize the whole fashion industry. With their outstanding creations they provide inspiration for many others. The designers are presented in alphabetical order with a little portrait and information about themselves. An index with the contact data of the designers is enclosed.
Young fashion designers Americas
During the past years the unique styles from the American continents began to be adopted all over the world and had a big impact on fashion today. North American fashion designers create clothing which bears the imprint of the diverse subcultures in their societies, while the styles of Latin American fashion designers are influenced more by cultural symbolism and history. No matter if North or South America: the fashion designers presented in this book have the talents and skills to introduce new trends and to even revolutionize the whole fashion industry. With their outstanding creations they provide inspiration for many others. The designers are presented in alphabetical order with a little portrait and information about themselves. An index with the contact data of the designers is enclosed.
Young GRAPHIC DESIGNERS Americas
North and South America are more alike than the many socio-cultural and economic differences may let it appear. Influenced by the same source of music, street art and pop culture and thanks to globalization a unifying thread between the two exists. This thread is reflected in the work of various graphic design studios throughout the whole American continent. Due to political and environmental upheaval in this region, the designer's role here has recently been shifting from creating merely new and exciting work to transmitting an ethical and responsible message with their projects. This book presents all the latest developments in graphic design on the American continent. About 40 Young Graphic Designers from the North and South America are introduced in alphabetical order with their latest projects and a short characteristic. An index with contact information of the designers is enclosed. available
Young GRAPHIC DESIGNERS Americas
North and South America are more alike than the many socio-cultural and economic differences may let it appear. Influenced by the same source of music, street art and pop culture and thanks to globalization a unifying thread between the two exists. This thread is reflected in the work of various graphic design studios throughout the whole American continent. Due to political and environmental upheaval in this region, the designer's role here has recently been shifting from creating merely new and exciting work to transmitting an ethical and responsible message with their projects. This book presents all the latest developments in graphic design on the American continent. About 40 Young Graphic Designers from the North and South America are introduced in alphabetical order with their latest projects and a short characteristic. An index with contact information of the designers is enclosed. available
Young GRAPHIC DESIGNERS Americas
North and South America are more alike than the many socio-cultural and economic differences may let it appear. Influenced by the same source of music, street art and pop culture and thanks to globalization a unifying thread between the two exists. This thread is reflected in the work of various graphic design studios throughout the whole American continent. Due to political and environmental upheaval in this region, the designer's role here has recently been shifting from creating merely new and exciting work to transmitting an ethical and responsible message with their projects. This book presents all the latest developments in graphic design on the American continent. About 40 Young Graphic Designers from the North and South America are introduced in alphabetical order with their latest projects and a short characteristic. An index with contact information of the designers is enclosed. available
Young GRAPHIC DESIGNERS Americas
North and South America are more alike than the many socio-cultural and economic differences may let it appear. Influenced by the same source of music, street art and pop culture and thanks to globalization a unifying thread between the two exists. This thread is reflected in the work of various graphic design studios throughout the whole American continent. Due to political and environmental upheaval in this region, the designer's role here has recently been shifting from creating merely new and exciting work to transmitting an ethical and responsible message with their projects. This book presents all the latest developments in graphic design on the American continent. About 40 Young Graphic Designers from the North and South America are introduced in alphabetical order with their latest projects and a short characteristic. An index with contact information of the designers is enclosed. available
Young GRAPHIC DESIGNERS Americas
North and South America are more alike than the many socio-cultural and economic differences may let it appear. Influenced by the same source of music, street art and pop culture and thanks to globalization a unifying thread between the two exists. This thread is reflected in the work of various graphic design studios throughout the whole American continent. Due to political and environmental upheaval in this region, the designer's role here has recently been shifting from creating merely new and exciting work to transmitting an ethical and responsible message with their projects. This book presents all the latest developments in graphic design on the American continent. About 40 Young Graphic Designers from the North and South America are introduced in alphabetical order with their latest projects and a short characteristic. An index with contact information of the designers is enclosed. available
Young GRAPHIC DESIGNERS Americas
North and South America are more alike than the many socio-cultural and economic differences may let it appear. Influenced by the same source of music, street art and pop culture and thanks to globalization a unifying thread between the two exists. This thread is reflected in the work of various graphic design studios throughout the whole American continent. Due to political and environmental upheaval in this region, the designer's role here has recently been shifting from creating merely new and exciting work to transmitting an ethical and responsible message with their projects. This book presents all the latest developments in graphic design on the American continent. About 40 Young Graphic Designers from the North and South America are introduced in alphabetical order with their latest projects and a short characteristic. An index with contact information of the designers is enclosed. available
Young GRAPHIC DESIGNERS Americas
North and South America are more alike than the many socio-cultural and economic differences may let it appear. Influenced by the same source of music, street art and pop culture and thanks to globalization a unifying thread between the two exists. This thread is reflected in the work of various graphic design studios throughout the whole American continent. Due to political and environmental upheaval in this region, the designer's role here has recently been shifting from creating merely new and exciting work to transmitting an ethical and responsible message with their projects. This book presents all the latest developments in graphic design on the American continent. About 40 Young Graphic Designers from the North and South America are introduced in alphabetical order with their latest projects and a short characteristic. An index with contact information of the designers is enclosed. available
Young GRAPHIC DESIGNERS Americas
North and South America are more alike than the many socio-cultural and economic differences may let it appear. Influenced by the same source of music, street art and pop culture and thanks to globalization a unifying thread between the two exists. This thread is reflected in the work of various graphic design studios throughout the whole American continent. Due to political and environmental upheaval in this region, the designer's role here has recently been shifting from creating merely new and exciting work to transmitting an ethical and responsible message with their projects. This book presents all the latest developments in graphic design on the American continent. About 40 Young Graphic Designers from the North and South America are introduced in alphabetical order with their latest projects and a short characteristic. An index with contact information of the designers is enclosed. available
Young GRAPHIC DESIGNERS Americas
North and South America are more alike than the many socio-cultural and economic differences may let it appear. Influenced by the same source of music, street art and pop culture and thanks to globalization a unifying thread between the two exists. This thread is reflected in the work of various graphic design studios throughout the whole American continent. Due to political and environmental upheaval in this region, the designer's role here has recently been shifting from creating merely new and exciting work to transmitting an ethical and responsible message with their projects. This book presents all the latest developments in graphic design on the American continent. About 40 Young Graphic Designers from the North and South America are introduced in alphabetical order with their latest projects and a short characteristic. An index with contact information of the designers is enclosed. available
Young GRAPHIC DESIGNERS Americas
North and South America are more alike than the many socio-cultural and economic differences may let it appear. Influenced by the same source of music, street art and pop culture and thanks to globalization a unifying thread between the two exists. This thread is reflected in the work of various graphic design studios throughout the whole American continent. Due to political and environmental upheaval in this region, the designer's role here has recently been shifting from creating merely new and exciting work to transmitting an ethical and responsible message with their projects. This book presents all the latest developments in graphic design on the American continent. About 40 Young Graphic Designers from the North and South America are introduced in alphabetical order with their latest projects and a short characteristic. An index with contact information of the designers is enclosed. available
Fajardo Julio Exhibition Design
There has barely been an important architect in the world for the past century that has not taken advantage of the possibilities of the tentative play and experimentation provided by the design of exhibition sites for trade fairs and world expos. This publication aims at providing a combination of very recent examples from trade fairs and cultural spaces. The spectacular selection of projects ranges from a small stand designed to capture the visitor's attention at a large trade fair, such as the Sci Fi project, to large exhibition sites of museum-like proportion such as the BMW Center, as well as temporary exhibition spaces in cultural centers and permanent showrooms. There are also various interesting examples of innovations in the design of exhibition spaces whose goal is simply to promote with no link to a specific commercial or cultural product. Text in english, german, spanish, french, italian.
Fajardo Julio Exhibition Design
There has barely been an important architect in the world for the past century that has not taken advantage of the possibilities of the tentative play and experimentation provided by the design of exhibition sites for trade fairs and world expos. This publication aims at providing a combination of very recent examples from trade fairs and cultural spaces. The spectacular selection of projects ranges from a small stand designed to capture the visitor's attention at a large trade fair, such as the Sci Fi project, to large exhibition sites of museum-like proportion such as the BMW Center, as well as temporary exhibition spaces in cultural centers and permanent showrooms. There are also various interesting examples of innovations in the design of exhibition spaces whose goal is simply to promote with no link to a specific commercial or cultural product. Text in english, german, spanish, french, italian.
Fajardo Julio Exhibition Design
There has barely been an important architect in the world for the past century that has not taken advantage of the possibilities of the tentative play and experimentation provided by the design of exhibition sites for trade fairs and world expos. This publication aims at providing a combination of very recent examples from trade fairs and cultural spaces. The spectacular selection of projects ranges from a small stand designed to capture the visitor's attention at a large trade fair, such as the Sci Fi project, to large exhibition sites of museum-like proportion such as the BMW Center, as well as temporary exhibition spaces in cultural centers and permanent showrooms. There are also various interesting examples of innovations in the design of exhibition spaces whose goal is simply to promote with no link to a specific commercial or cultural product. Text in english, german, spanish, french, italian.
Fajardo Julio Exhibition Design
There has barely been an important architect in the world for the past century that has not taken advantage of the possibilities of the tentative play and experimentation provided by the design of exhibition sites for trade fairs and world expos. This publication aims at providing a combination of very recent examples from trade fairs and cultural spaces. The spectacular selection of projects ranges from a small stand designed to capture the visitor's attention at a large trade fair, such as the Sci Fi project, to large exhibition sites of museum-like proportion such as the BMW Center, as well as temporary exhibition spaces in cultural centers and permanent showrooms. There are also various interesting examples of innovations in the design of exhibition spaces whose goal is simply to promote with no link to a specific commercial or cultural product. Text in english, german, spanish, french, italian.
Fajardo Julio Exhibition Design
There has barely been an important architect in the world for the past century that has not taken advantage of the possibilities of the tentative play and experimentation provided by the design of exhibition sites for trade fairs and world expos. This publication aims at providing a combination of very recent examples from trade fairs and cultural spaces. The spectacular selection of projects ranges from a small stand designed to capture the visitor's attention at a large trade fair, such as the Sci Fi project, to large exhibition sites of museum-like proportion such as the BMW Center, as well as temporary exhibition spaces in cultural centers and permanent showrooms. There are also various interesting examples of innovations in the design of exhibition spaces whose goal is simply to promote with no link to a specific commercial or cultural product. Text in english, german, spanish, french, italian.
Fajardo Julio Exhibition Design
There has barely been an important architect in the world for the past century that has not taken advantage of the possibilities of the tentative play and experimentation provided by the design of exhibition sites for trade fairs and world expos. This publication aims at providing a combination of very recent examples from trade fairs and cultural spaces. The spectacular selection of projects ranges from a small stand designed to capture the visitor's attention at a large trade fair, such as the Sci Fi project, to large exhibition sites of museum-like proportion such as the BMW Center, as well as temporary exhibition spaces in cultural centers and permanent showrooms. There are also various interesting examples of innovations in the design of exhibition spaces whose goal is simply to promote with no link to a specific commercial or cultural product. Text in english, german, spanish, french, italian.
Fajardo Julio Exhibition Design
There has barely been an important architect in the world for the past century that has not taken advantage of the possibilities of the tentative play and experimentation provided by the design of exhibition sites for trade fairs and world expos. This publication aims at providing a combination of very recent examples from trade fairs and cultural spaces. The spectacular selection of projects ranges from a small stand designed to capture the visitor's attention at a large trade fair, such as the Sci Fi project, to large exhibition sites of museum-like proportion such as the BMW Center, as well as temporary exhibition spaces in cultural centers and permanent showrooms. There are also various interesting examples of innovations in the design of exhibition spaces whose goal is simply to promote with no link to a specific commercial or cultural product. Text in english, german, spanish, french, italian.
Fajardo Julio Exhibition Design
There has barely been an important architect in the world for the past century that has not taken advantage of the possibilities of the tentative play and experimentation provided by the design of exhibition sites for trade fairs and world expos. This publication aims at providing a combination of very recent examples from trade fairs and cultural spaces. The spectacular selection of projects ranges from a small stand designed to capture the visitor's attention at a large trade fair, such as the Sci Fi project, to large exhibition sites of museum-like proportion such as the BMW Center, as well as temporary exhibition spaces in cultural centers and permanent showrooms. There are also various interesting examples of innovations in the design of exhibition spaces whose goal is simply to promote with no link to a specific commercial or cultural product. Text in english, german, spanish, french, italian.
Fajardo Julio Exhibition Design
There has barely been an important architect in the world for the past century that has not taken advantage of the possibilities of the tentative play and experimentation provided by the design of exhibition sites for trade fairs and world expos. This publication aims at providing a combination of very recent examples from trade fairs and cultural spaces. The spectacular selection of projects ranges from a small stand designed to capture the visitor's attention at a large trade fair, such as the Sci Fi project, to large exhibition sites of museum-like proportion such as the BMW Center, as well as temporary exhibition spaces in cultural centers and permanent showrooms. There are also various interesting examples of innovations in the design of exhibition spaces whose goal is simply to promote with no link to a specific commercial or cultural product. Text in english, german, spanish, french, italian.
Fajardo Julio Exhibition Design
There has barely been an important architect in the world for the past century that has not taken advantage of the possibilities of the tentative play and experimentation provided by the design of exhibition sites for trade fairs and world expos. This publication aims at providing a combination of very recent examples from trade fairs and cultural spaces. The spectacular selection of projects ranges from a small stand designed to capture the visitor's attention at a large trade fair, such as the Sci Fi project, to large exhibition sites of museum-like proportion such as the BMW Center, as well as temporary exhibition spaces in cultural centers and permanent showrooms. There are also various interesting examples of innovations in the design of exhibition spaces whose goal is simply to promote with no link to a specific commercial or cultural product. Text in english, german, spanish, french, italian.
Fajardo Julio Exhibition Design
There has barely been an important architect in the world for the past century that has not taken advantage of the possibilities of the tentative play and experimentation provided by the design of exhibition sites for trade fairs and world expos. This publication aims at providing a combination of very recent examples from trade fairs and cultural spaces. The spectacular selection of projects ranges from a small stand designed to capture the visitor's attention at a large trade fair, such as the Sci Fi project, to large exhibition sites of museum-like proportion such as the BMW Center, as well as temporary exhibition spaces in cultural centers and permanent showrooms. There are also various interesting examples of innovations in the design of exhibition spaces whose goal is simply to promote with no link to a specific commercial or cultural product. Text in english, german, spanish, french, italian.
Fajardo Julio Exhibition Design
There has barely been an important architect in the world for the past century that has not taken advantage of the possibilities of the tentative play and experimentation provided by the design of exhibition sites for trade fairs and world expos. This publication aims at providing a combination of very recent examples from trade fairs and cultural spaces. The spectacular selection of projects ranges from a small stand designed to capture the visitor's attention at a large trade fair, such as the Sci Fi project, to large exhibition sites of museum-like proportion such as the BMW Center, as well as temporary exhibition spaces in cultural centers and permanent showrooms. There are also various interesting examples of innovations in the design of exhibition spaces whose goal is simply to promote with no link to a specific commercial or cultural product. Text in english, german, spanish, french, italian.
Costa Duran Sergi, Conxi Papio Layout Contemporary Landscape Architecture
The landscape architect shapes the terrain and the space around a pre-existing construction or a developing urban or regional project. His aim is to offer the most poetic transcription of the language associated with a given architectural calculation. These professionals work with animated and inanimate physical structures which spring from geographical and social contexts, as well as from technical and economical conditions. Their imagination is the motor behind the creative, competent and playful solutions. The fifty projects presented in this book primarily show the designs of new spaces and successful restoration of others, which had previously had completely different uses, like a quarry or an industrial center. An index with contact information on the respective architects and designers is enclosed.
Costa Duran Sergi, Conxi Papio Layout Contemporary Landscape Architecture
The landscape architect shapes the terrain and the space around a pre-existing construction or a developing urban or regional project. His aim is to offer the most poetic transcription of the language associated with a given architectural calculation. These professionals work with animated and inanimate physical structures which spring from geographical and social contexts, as well as from technical and economical conditions. Their imagination is the motor behind the creative, competent and playful solutions. The fifty projects presented in this book primarily show the designs of new spaces and successful restoration of others, which had previously had completely different uses, like a quarry or an industrial center. An index with contact information on the respective architects and designers is enclosed.
Costa Duran Sergi, Conxi Papio Layout Contemporary Landscape Architecture
The landscape architect shapes the terrain and the space around a pre-existing construction or a developing urban or regional project. His aim is to offer the most poetic transcription of the language associated with a given architectural calculation. These professionals work with animated and inanimate physical structures which spring from geographical and social contexts, as well as from technical and economical conditions. Their imagination is the motor behind the creative, competent and playful solutions. The fifty projects presented in this book primarily show the designs of new spaces and successful restoration of others, which had previously had completely different uses, like a quarry or an industrial center. An index with contact information on the respective architects and designers is enclosed.
Costa Duran Sergi, Conxi Papio Layout Contemporary Landscape Architecture
The landscape architect shapes the terrain and the space around a pre-existing construction or a developing urban or regional project. His aim is to offer the most poetic transcription of the language associated with a given architectural calculation. These professionals work with animated and inanimate physical structures which spring from geographical and social contexts, as well as from technical and economical conditions. Their imagination is the motor behind the creative, competent and playful solutions. The fifty projects presented in this book primarily show the designs of new spaces and successful restoration of others, which had previously had completely different uses, like a quarry or an industrial center. An index with contact information on the respective architects and designers is enclosed.
Costa Duran Sergi, Conxi Papio Layout Contemporary Landscape Architecture
The landscape architect shapes the terrain and the space around a pre-existing construction or a developing urban or regional project. His aim is to offer the most poetic transcription of the language associated with a given architectural calculation. These professionals work with animated and inanimate physical structures which spring from geographical and social contexts, as well as from technical and economical conditions. Their imagination is the motor behind the creative, competent and playful solutions. The fifty projects presented in this book primarily show the designs of new spaces and successful restoration of others, which had previously had completely different uses, like a quarry or an industrial center. An index with contact information on the respective architects and designers is enclosed.
Costa Duran Sergi, Conxi Papio Layout Contemporary Landscape Architecture
The landscape architect shapes the terrain and the space around a pre-existing construction or a developing urban or regional project. His aim is to offer the most poetic transcription of the language associated with a given architectural calculation. These professionals work with animated and inanimate physical structures which spring from geographical and social contexts, as well as from technical and economical conditions. Their imagination is the motor behind the creative, competent and playful solutions. The fifty projects presented in this book primarily show the designs of new spaces and successful restoration of others, which had previously had completely different uses, like a quarry or an industrial center. An index with contact information on the respective architects and designers is enclosed.
Costa Duran Sergi, Conxi Papio Layout Contemporary Landscape Architecture
The landscape architect shapes the terrain and the space around a pre-existing construction or a developing urban or regional project. His aim is to offer the most poetic transcription of the language associated with a given architectural calculation. These professionals work with animated and inanimate physical structures which spring from geographical and social contexts, as well as from technical and economical conditions. Their imagination is the motor behind the creative, competent and playful solutions. The fifty projects presented in this book primarily show the designs of new spaces and successful restoration of others, which had previously had completely different uses, like a quarry or an industrial center. An index with contact information on the respective architects and designers is enclosed.
Costa Duran Sergi, Conxi Papio Layout Contemporary Landscape Architecture
The landscape architect shapes the terrain and the space around a pre-existing construction or a developing urban or regional project. His aim is to offer the most poetic transcription of the language associated with a given architectural calculation. These professionals work with animated and inanimate physical structures which spring from geographical and social contexts, as well as from technical and economical conditions. Their imagination is the motor behind the creative, competent and playful solutions. The fifty projects presented in this book primarily show the designs of new spaces and successful restoration of others, which had previously had completely different uses, like a quarry or an industrial center. An index with contact information on the respective architects and designers is enclosed.
Costa Duran Sergi, Conxi Papio Layout Contemporary Landscape Architecture
The landscape architect shapes the terrain and the space around a pre-existing construction or a developing urban or regional project. His aim is to offer the most poetic transcription of the language associated with a given architectural calculation. These professionals work with animated and inanimate physical structures which spring from geographical and social contexts, as well as from technical and economical conditions. Their imagination is the motor behind the creative, competent and playful solutions. The fifty projects presented in this book primarily show the designs of new spaces and successful restoration of others, which had previously had completely different uses, like a quarry or an industrial center. An index with contact information on the respective architects and designers is enclosed.
Costa Duran Sergi, Conxi Papio Layout Contemporary Landscape Architecture
The landscape architect shapes the terrain and the space around a pre-existing construction or a developing urban or regional project. His aim is to offer the most poetic transcription of the language associated with a given architectural calculation. These professionals work with animated and inanimate physical structures which spring from geographical and social contexts, as well as from technical and economical conditions. Their imagination is the motor behind the creative, competent and playful solutions. The fifty projects presented in this book primarily show the designs of new spaces and successful restoration of others, which had previously had completely different uses, like a quarry or an industrial center. An index with contact information on the respective architects and designers is enclosed.
Layout Maria, Lleonart Aitana, Castell Carballo Eugenia Contemporary Corporate Architecture
Throughout history, institutions and governments have always constructed large and ostentatious buildings as a way of demonstrating their power. By means of this aspect of design, many fast-growing, predominantly young but established companies have publicized their growth and shored up their identity at the same time. Contemporary Corporate Architecture has become a further element of a company's identity, achieved through the cooperation of several disciplines such as visual communications, marketing and graphic design, among many others. Sustainability is an aspect increasingly present in this type of architecture, which incorporates different elements to reduce environmental impacts, particularly in relation to the type of materials used in construction.
Layout Maria, Lleonart Aitana, Castell Carballo Eugenia Contemporary Corporate Architecture
Throughout history, institutions and governments have always constructed large and ostentatious buildings as a way of demonstrating their power. By means of this aspect of design, many fast-growing, predominantly young but established companies have publicized their growth and shored up their identity at the same time. Contemporary Corporate Architecture has become a further element of a company's identity, achieved through the cooperation of several disciplines such as visual communications, marketing and graphic design, among many others. Sustainability is an aspect increasingly present in this type of architecture, which incorporates different elements to reduce environmental impacts, particularly in relation to the type of materials used in construction.
Layout Maria, Lleonart Aitana, Castell Carballo Eugenia Contemporary Corporate Architecture
Throughout history, institutions and governments have always constructed large and ostentatious buildings as a way of demonstrating their power. By means of this aspect of design, many fast-growing, predominantly young but established companies have publicized their growth and shored up their identity at the same time. Contemporary Corporate Architecture has become a further element of a company's identity, achieved through the cooperation of several disciplines such as visual communications, marketing and graphic design, among many others. Sustainability is an aspect increasingly present in this type of architecture, which incorporates different elements to reduce environmental impacts, particularly in relation to the type of materials used in construction.
Layout Maria, Lleonart Aitana, Castell Carballo Eugenia Contemporary Corporate Architecture
Throughout history, institutions and governments have always constructed large and ostentatious buildings as a way of demonstrating their power. By means of this aspect of design, many fast-growing, predominantly young but established companies have publicized their growth and shored up their identity at the same time. Contemporary Corporate Architecture has become a further element of a company's identity, achieved through the cooperation of several disciplines such as visual communications, marketing and graphic design, among many others. Sustainability is an aspect increasingly present in this type of architecture, which incorporates different elements to reduce environmental impacts, particularly in relation to the type of materials used in construction.
Layout Maria, Lleonart Aitana, Castell Carballo Eugenia Contemporary Corporate Architecture
Throughout history, institutions and governments have always constructed large and ostentatious buildings as a way of demonstrating their power. By means of this aspect of design, many fast-growing, predominantly young but established companies have publicized their growth and shored up their identity at the same time. Contemporary Corporate Architecture has become a further element of a company's identity, achieved through the cooperation of several disciplines such as visual communications, marketing and graphic design, among many others. Sustainability is an aspect increasingly present in this type of architecture, which incorporates different elements to reduce environmental impacts, particularly in relation to the type of materials used in construction.
Layout Maria, Lleonart Aitana, Castell Carballo Eugenia Contemporary Corporate Architecture
Throughout history, institutions and governments have always constructed large and ostentatious buildings as a way of demonstrating their power. By means of this aspect of design, many fast-growing, predominantly young but established companies have publicized their growth and shored up their identity at the same time. Contemporary Corporate Architecture has become a further element of a company's identity, achieved through the cooperation of several disciplines such as visual communications, marketing and graphic design, among many others. Sustainability is an aspect increasingly present in this type of architecture, which incorporates different elements to reduce environmental impacts, particularly in relation to the type of materials used in construction.
Layout Maria, Lleonart Aitana, Castell Carballo Eugenia Contemporary Corporate Architecture
Throughout history, institutions and governments have always constructed large and ostentatious buildings as a way of demonstrating their power. By means of this aspect of design, many fast-growing, predominantly young but established companies have publicized their growth and shored up their identity at the same time. Contemporary Corporate Architecture has become a further element of a company's identity, achieved through the cooperation of several disciplines such as visual communications, marketing and graphic design, among many others. Sustainability is an aspect increasingly present in this type of architecture, which incorporates different elements to reduce environmental impacts, particularly in relation to the type of materials used in construction.
Layout Maria, Lleonart Aitana, Castell Carballo Eugenia Contemporary Corporate Architecture
Throughout history, institutions and governments have always constructed large and ostentatious buildings as a way of demonstrating their power. By means of this aspect of design, many fast-growing, predominantly young but established companies have publicized their growth and shored up their identity at the same time. Contemporary Corporate Architecture has become a further element of a company's identity, achieved through the cooperation of several disciplines such as visual communications, marketing and graphic design, among many others. Sustainability is an aspect increasingly present in this type of architecture, which incorporates different elements to reduce environmental impacts, particularly in relation to the type of materials used in construction.
Layout Maria, Lleonart Aitana, Castell Carballo Eugenia Contemporary Corporate Architecture
Throughout history, institutions and governments have always constructed large and ostentatious buildings as a way of demonstrating their power. By means of this aspect of design, many fast-growing, predominantly young but established companies have publicized their growth and shored up their identity at the same time. Contemporary Corporate Architecture has become a further element of a company's identity, achieved through the cooperation of several disciplines such as visual communications, marketing and graphic design, among many others. Sustainability is an aspect increasingly present in this type of architecture, which incorporates different elements to reduce environmental impacts, particularly in relation to the type of materials used in construction.
Layout Maria, Lleonart Aitana, Castell Carballo Eugenia Contemporary Corporate Architecture
Throughout history, institutions and governments have always constructed large and ostentatious buildings as a way of demonstrating their power. By means of this aspect of design, many fast-growing, predominantly young but established companies have publicized their growth and shored up their identity at the same time. Contemporary Corporate Architecture has become a further element of a company's identity, achieved through the cooperation of several disciplines such as visual communications, marketing and graphic design, among many others. Sustainability is an aspect increasingly present in this type of architecture, which incorporates different elements to reduce environmental impacts, particularly in relation to the type of materials used in construction.
Conterporary Urban Design
The architectural discipline of urban design falls into the broad category of landscape architecture and is applied as a social and esthetic means for interpreting the shape of cities and towns and their public spaces. The structure of a city is not the sum of its architectural shapes but the integration of these shapes into a specific and dynamic understanding of space. Public spaces become gathering points and recreational areas where neighbours can meet and contribute to socio-urban interaction. The presented projects in this book cover everything from new large neighbourhoods to the installation of street fixtures or the illumination of a small square.
Conterporary Urban Design
The architectural discipline of urban design falls into the broad category of landscape architecture and is applied as a social and esthetic means for interpreting the shape of cities and towns and their public spaces. The structure of a city is not the sum of its architectural shapes but the integration of these shapes into a specific and dynamic understanding of space. Public spaces become gathering points and recreational areas where neighbours can meet and contribute to socio-urban interaction. The presented projects in this book cover everything from new large neighbourhoods to the installation of street fixtures or the illumination of a small square.
Conterporary Urban Design
The architectural discipline of urban design falls into the broad category of landscape architecture and is applied as a social and esthetic means for interpreting the shape of cities and towns and their public spaces. The structure of a city is not the sum of its architectural shapes but the integration of these shapes into a specific and dynamic understanding of space. Public spaces become gathering points and recreational areas where neighbours can meet and contribute to socio-urban interaction. The presented projects in this book cover everything from new large neighbourhoods to the installation of street fixtures or the illumination of a small square.
Conterporary Urban Design
The architectural discipline of urban design falls into the broad category of landscape architecture and is applied as a social and esthetic means for interpreting the shape of cities and towns and their public spaces. The structure of a city is not the sum of its architectural shapes but the integration of these shapes into a specific and dynamic understanding of space. Public spaces become gathering points and recreational areas where neighbours can meet and contribute to socio-urban interaction. The presented projects in this book cover everything from new large neighbourhoods to the installation of street fixtures or the illumination of a small square.
Conterporary Urban Design
The architectural discipline of urban design falls into the broad category of landscape architecture and is applied as a social and esthetic means for interpreting the shape of cities and towns and their public spaces. The structure of a city is not the sum of its architectural shapes but the integration of these shapes into a specific and dynamic understanding of space. Public spaces become gathering points and recreational areas where neighbours can meet and contribute to socio-urban interaction. The presented projects in this book cover everything from new large neighbourhoods to the installation of street fixtures or the illumination of a small square.
Conterporary Urban Design
The architectural discipline of urban design falls into the broad category of landscape architecture and is applied as a social and esthetic means for interpreting the shape of cities and towns and their public spaces. The structure of a city is not the sum of its architectural shapes but the integration of these shapes into a specific and dynamic understanding of space. Public spaces become gathering points and recreational areas where neighbours can meet and contribute to socio-urban interaction. The presented projects in this book cover everything from new large neighbourhoods to the installation of street fixtures or the illumination of a small square.
Conterporary Urban Design
The architectural discipline of urban design falls into the broad category of landscape architecture and is applied as a social and esthetic means for interpreting the shape of cities and towns and their public spaces. The structure of a city is not the sum of its architectural shapes but the integration of these shapes into a specific and dynamic understanding of space. Public spaces become gathering points and recreational areas where neighbours can meet and contribute to socio-urban interaction. The presented projects in this book cover everything from new large neighbourhoods to the installation of street fixtures or the illumination of a small square.
Conterporary Urban Design
The architectural discipline of urban design falls into the broad category of landscape architecture and is applied as a social and esthetic means for interpreting the shape of cities and towns and their public spaces. The structure of a city is not the sum of its architectural shapes but the integration of these shapes into a specific and dynamic understanding of space. Public spaces become gathering points and recreational areas where neighbours can meet and contribute to socio-urban interaction. The presented projects in this book cover everything from new large neighbourhoods to the installation of street fixtures or the illumination of a small square.
Conterporary Urban Design
The architectural discipline of urban design falls into the broad category of landscape architecture and is applied as a social and esthetic means for interpreting the shape of cities and towns and their public spaces. The structure of a city is not the sum of its architectural shapes but the integration of these shapes into a specific and dynamic understanding of space. Public spaces become gathering points and recreational areas where neighbours can meet and contribute to socio-urban interaction. The presented projects in this book cover everything from new large neighbourhoods to the installation of street fixtures or the illumination of a small square.
Conterporary Urban Design
The architectural discipline of urban design falls into the broad category of landscape architecture and is applied as a social and esthetic means for interpreting the shape of cities and towns and their public spaces. The structure of a city is not the sum of its architectural shapes but the integration of these shapes into a specific and dynamic understanding of space. Public spaces become gathering points and recreational areas where neighbours can meet and contribute to socio-urban interaction. The presented projects in this book cover everything from new large neighbourhoods to the installation of street fixtures or the illumination of a small square.
Conterporary House Deign
This book presents an international selection of outstanding contemporary private homes. Various images of interior and exterior views illustrate these modern architectonical gems.
Hi-Tec Architecture
This new series focuses on brand new trends in architecture and interior design. High Tech Architecture deals with projects all around the world, showing a trendsetting use of new materials and high-tech design. Especially new trends with glas, steel and mediafacades are featured. About 50 projects are presented in alphabetical order of the respective architects and designers. Beside numerous images, also plans and texts introduce to the projects. An index with contact information is enclosed.
Hi-Tec Architecture
This new series focuses on brand new trends in architecture and interior design. High Tech Architecture deals with projects all around the world, showing a trendsetting use of new materials and high-tech design. Especially new trends with glas, steel and mediafacades are featured. About 50 projects are presented in alphabetical order of the respective architects and designers. Beside numerous images, also plans and texts introduce to the projects. An index with contact information is enclosed.
Lleonart Aitana Modern baroque interiors
Modern Baroque Interiors deals with an extraordinary design trend: Old buildings are restored to regain their charming essence. Baroque furniture, heavy curtains, chandeliers and winged chairs are set in high-tech surroundings. Gold, silver, burgundy and black emphasize the sophisticated and luxurious nature of the baroque essence. Ornaments and glitter dominate modern interiors. Purity and simplicity are combined with complexity and voluptuousness to create an astounding contrast. The come-back of the baroque style is triumphant. This book illustrates projects with outstanding baroque interiors from the past two years. An index with contact information on the designers and architects is enclosed. available
Lleonart Aitana Modern baroque interiors
Modern Baroque Interiors deals with an extraordinary design trend: Old buildings are restored to regain their charming essence. Baroque furniture, heavy curtains, chandeliers and winged chairs are set in high-tech surroundings. Gold, silver, burgundy and black emphasize the sophisticated and luxurious nature of the baroque essence. Ornaments and glitter dominate modern interiors. Purity and simplicity are combined with complexity and voluptuousness to create an astounding contrast. The come-back of the baroque style is triumphant. This book illustrates projects with outstanding baroque interiors from the past two years. An index with contact information on the designers and architects is enclosed. available
Lleonart Aitana Modern baroque interiors
Modern Baroque Interiors deals with an extraordinary design trend: Old buildings are restored to regain their charming essence. Baroque furniture, heavy curtains, chandeliers and winged chairs are set in high-tech surroundings. Gold, silver, burgundy and black emphasize the sophisticated and luxurious nature of the baroque essence. Ornaments and glitter dominate modern interiors. Purity and simplicity are combined with complexity and voluptuousness to create an astounding contrast. The come-back of the baroque style is triumphant. This book illustrates projects with outstanding baroque interiors from the past two years. An index with contact information on the designers and architects is enclosed. available
Lleonart Aitana Modern baroque interiors
Modern Baroque Interiors deals with an extraordinary design trend: Old buildings are restored to regain their charming essence. Baroque furniture, heavy curtains, chandeliers and winged chairs are set in high-tech surroundings. Gold, silver, burgundy and black emphasize the sophisticated and luxurious nature of the baroque essence. Ornaments and glitter dominate modern interiors. Purity and simplicity are combined with complexity and voluptuousness to create an astounding contrast. The come-back of the baroque style is triumphant. This book illustrates projects with outstanding baroque interiors from the past two years. An index with contact information on the designers and architects is enclosed. available
Lleonart Aitana Modern baroque interiors
Modern Baroque Interiors deals with an extraordinary design trend: Old buildings are restored to regain their charming essence. Baroque furniture, heavy curtains, chandeliers and winged chairs are set in high-tech surroundings. Gold, silver, burgundy and black emphasize the sophisticated and luxurious nature of the baroque essence. Ornaments and glitter dominate modern interiors. Purity and simplicity are combined with complexity and voluptuousness to create an astounding contrast. The come-back of the baroque style is triumphant. This book illustrates projects with outstanding baroque interiors from the past two years. An index with contact information on the designers and architects is enclosed. available
Lleonart Aitana Modern baroque interiors
Modern Baroque Interiors deals with an extraordinary design trend: Old buildings are restored to regain their charming essence. Baroque furniture, heavy curtains, chandeliers and winged chairs are set in high-tech surroundings. Gold, silver, burgundy and black emphasize the sophisticated and luxurious nature of the baroque essence. Ornaments and glitter dominate modern interiors. Purity and simplicity are combined with complexity and voluptuousness to create an astounding contrast. The come-back of the baroque style is triumphant. This book illustrates projects with outstanding baroque interiors from the past two years. An index with contact information on the designers and architects is enclosed. available
Lleonart Aitana Modern baroque interiors
Modern Baroque Interiors deals with an extraordinary design trend: Old buildings are restored to regain their charming essence. Baroque furniture, heavy curtains, chandeliers and winged chairs are set in high-tech surroundings. Gold, silver, burgundy and black emphasize the sophisticated and luxurious nature of the baroque essence. Ornaments and glitter dominate modern interiors. Purity and simplicity are combined with complexity and voluptuousness to create an astounding contrast. The come-back of the baroque style is triumphant. This book illustrates projects with outstanding baroque interiors from the past two years. An index with contact information on the designers and architects is enclosed. available
Lleonart Aitana Modern baroque interiors
Modern Baroque Interiors deals with an extraordinary design trend: Old buildings are restored to regain their charming essence. Baroque furniture, heavy curtains, chandeliers and winged chairs are set in high-tech surroundings. Gold, silver, burgundy and black emphasize the sophisticated and luxurious nature of the baroque essence. Ornaments and glitter dominate modern interiors. Purity and simplicity are combined with complexity and voluptuousness to create an astounding contrast. The come-back of the baroque style is triumphant. This book illustrates projects with outstanding baroque interiors from the past two years. An index with contact information on the designers and architects is enclosed. available
Lleonart Aitana Modern baroque interiors
Modern Baroque Interiors deals with an extraordinary design trend: Old buildings are restored to regain their charming essence. Baroque furniture, heavy curtains, chandeliers and winged chairs are set in high-tech surroundings. Gold, silver, burgundy and black emphasize the sophisticated and luxurious nature of the baroque essence. Ornaments and glitter dominate modern interiors. Purity and simplicity are combined with complexity and voluptuousness to create an astounding contrast. The come-back of the baroque style is triumphant. This book illustrates projects with outstanding baroque interiors from the past two years. An index with contact information on the designers and architects is enclosed. available
Modern ethno interior
Inspired by far-away places in Asia, Africa and South America, people create small oases in private homes to remind them of exotic cultures. Thus ethno design has become a new trend in interior design: tropical wood furniture, bright colors like orange and red, ethno art and accessoires such as african sculptures, were rediscovered and merged with modern interiors. Exotic elements such as buddha statues, palmtrees and animal rugs are blended with modern architecture. Modern Ethno Design presents around 50 outstanding projects inspired by the fusion and powers of pagan rites. An index with contact information is enclosed.
Modern ethno interior
Inspired by far-away places in Asia, Africa and South America, people create small oases in private homes to remind them of exotic cultures. Thus ethno design has become a new trend in interior design: tropical wood furniture, bright colors like orange and red, ethno art and accessoires such as african sculptures, were rediscovered and merged with modern interiors. Exotic elements such as buddha statues, palmtrees and animal rugs are blended with modern architecture. Modern Ethno Design presents around 50 outstanding projects inspired by the fusion and powers of pagan rites. An index with contact information is enclosed.
Modern ethno interior
Inspired by far-away places in Asia, Africa and South America, people create small oases in private homes to remind them of exotic cultures. Thus ethno design has become a new trend in interior design: tropical wood furniture, bright colors like orange and red, ethno art and accessoires such as african sculptures, were rediscovered and merged with modern interiors. Exotic elements such as buddha statues, palmtrees and animal rugs are blended with modern architecture. Modern Ethno Design presents around 50 outstanding projects inspired by the fusion and powers of pagan rites. An index with contact information is enclosed.
Modern ethno interior
Inspired by far-away places in Asia, Africa and South America, people create small oases in private homes to remind them of exotic cultures. Thus ethno design has become a new trend in interior design: tropical wood furniture, bright colors like orange and red, ethno art and accessoires such as african sculptures, were rediscovered and merged with modern interiors. Exotic elements such as buddha statues, palmtrees and animal rugs are blended with modern architecture. Modern Ethno Design presents around 50 outstanding projects inspired by the fusion and powers of pagan rites. An index with contact information is enclosed.
Modern ethno interior
Inspired by far-away places in Asia, Africa and South America, people create small oases in private homes to remind them of exotic cultures. Thus ethno design has become a new trend in interior design: tropical wood furniture, bright colors like orange and red, ethno art and accessoires such as african sculptures, were rediscovered and merged with modern interiors. Exotic elements such as buddha statues, palmtrees and animal rugs are blended with modern architecture. Modern Ethno Design presents around 50 outstanding projects inspired by the fusion and powers of pagan rites. An index with contact information is enclosed.
Modern ethno interior
Inspired by far-away places in Asia, Africa and South America, people create small oases in private homes to remind them of exotic cultures. Thus ethno design has become a new trend in interior design: tropical wood furniture, bright colors like orange and red, ethno art and accessoires such as african sculptures, were rediscovered and merged with modern interiors. Exotic elements such as buddha statues, palmtrees and animal rugs are blended with modern architecture. Modern Ethno Design presents around 50 outstanding projects inspired by the fusion and powers of pagan rites. An index with contact information is enclosed.
Modern ethno interior
Inspired by far-away places in Asia, Africa and South America, people create small oases in private homes to remind them of exotic cultures. Thus ethno design has become a new trend in interior design: tropical wood furniture, bright colors like orange and red, ethno art and accessoires such as african sculptures, were rediscovered and merged with modern interiors. Exotic elements such as buddha statues, palmtrees and animal rugs are blended with modern architecture. Modern Ethno Design presents around 50 outstanding projects inspired by the fusion and powers of pagan rites. An index with contact information is enclosed.
Modern ethno interior
Inspired by far-away places in Asia, Africa and South America, people create small oases in private homes to remind them of exotic cultures. Thus ethno design has become a new trend in interior design: tropical wood furniture, bright colors like orange and red, ethno art and accessoires such as african sculptures, were rediscovered and merged with modern interiors. Exotic elements such as buddha statues, palmtrees and animal rugs are blended with modern architecture. Modern Ethno Design presents around 50 outstanding projects inspired by the fusion and powers of pagan rites. An index with contact information is enclosed.
Modern ethno interior
Inspired by far-away places in Asia, Africa and South America, people create small oases in private homes to remind them of exotic cultures. Thus ethno design has become a new trend in interior design: tropical wood furniture, bright colors like orange and red, ethno art and accessoires such as african sculptures, were rediscovered and merged with modern interiors. Exotic elements such as buddha statues, palmtrees and animal rugs are blended with modern architecture. Modern Ethno Design presents around 50 outstanding projects inspired by the fusion and powers of pagan rites. An index with contact information is enclosed.


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