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Interiors Now! Vol. 2 | Ian Phillips

Publications Interiors Now! Vol. 2 | Ian Phillips

The Interiors Now! series features the world’s most amazing, exquisite, and interesting contemporary apartments and houses. With an inspirational richness and diversity of styles, here are homes, residences, hideaways, and studios to astound and astonish, no matter what your taste.

© Matthieu Salvaing | Victor Esposito’s house on Ibiza, Balearic Islands, Spain

© Giorgio Possenti/VegaMG | Emma Rochlitzer & Roberto Caciolli’s Riad in Marrakech, Morocco

Whatever your preference – flea market romance or space age bachelor pad, minimalism or neo-baroque – you’ll find hundreds of fresh and provocative ideas.

Volume 2 highlights include:
A futuristic Berlin interior designed by the architecture firm Graft, a crazy “Seashell House” in Espoo, Finland, a converted chapel in Belgium, an ornate Turkish residence in Istanbul, a Space Age “Bubble House” in the south of France, a fantastical house with curved walls in Tamil Nadu, India, a Moroccan riad filled with mid-century designs, and designer Marc Newson’s stunning London loft.

© Reto Guntli/Zapaimages | Serdar Gülgün’s house in Istanbul, Turkey

© Marco Tassinari/studiopep | Art collector’s house in Orne, Lower Normandy, France

Title: Interiors Now! Vol. 2
Author: Ian Phillips
Publisher: Taschen | July 29, 2011
Language: English
Details: 416 pages
ISBN-10 3836519534
ISBN-13 978-3836519533

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