By Mariette Himes Gomez
The award-winning fashion designer and writer of Rooms and Houses returns with inspiring rules for condo interiors during this lavishly photographed book.
Step right into a house designed by way of Mariette Himes Gomez and you're absolute to discover the sophisticated simplicity, transparent architectural composition, and considerate cognizance to element that experience made her some of the most revered and sought-after tastemakers within the state. In Apartments, Gomez divulges the secrets and techniques of the alternate that can assist you remodel even the smallest pied-À-terre right into a stylish and ethereal dwelling area. choked with breathtaking images, Apartments deals a gorgeous visible travel of her such a lot dependent designs.
Gomez works with the ordinary composition of her clients' flats to focus on each one room's assets—such as a valuable Park view—and deal with its deficits, resembling the remnants of a prior owner's paint activity. From the location of an old French cupboard in a Nineteen Twenties Rosario Candela house in manhattan urban to the substitute of reflected partitions in an oceanside deck in Palm seashore, Gomez offers functional feedback for development, procuring, or renovating to create the right area. Subscribing to the philosophy that much less is extra, she unearths how the weather of stability, colour, and stream instill circulation and concord in any design.
Whether you're adorning a modest studio or a palatial penthouse suite, Apartments illuminates the realm of threat that unfolds for those who permit your house develop into your home.
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