Contemporary Interiors

Contemporary Interiors

A Dialogue with the Classic

Published by Sendpoints Books Co., Ltd.
312 pages, Hardcover
9 1/2" x 11 3/4" (241 x 298 mm)
800 color illustrations, English
ISBN: 978-988-19610-1-3


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Contemporary interiors are as much a reflection of personal taste as they are of the time period we live in — a balance between internal and external influences. What was in vogue 10 years ago is often seen as out-of-date or passé, while the classic style of 50 years ago may reappear, integrating with our modern sensibilities.

This volume examines the variations, encompassing commercial and residential interiors from East to West and all points in between. Incorporating minimalist tendencies with baroque details, ethnic artifacts and rustic flourishes, designers sample from many styles and cultures to provide their seamless visions. Deliberate use of color, lighting and texture provide for numerous contextual variations and moods.

Includes hotels, restaurants, designer showrooms, offices, converted churches, houses, apartments and more.

Featured Projects from A–Z:
  • Ames Hotel, Boston
  • Amsterdam Loft
  • An Apartment in SOHO (New York)
  • Bank of Moscow’s Offices
  • Black and White Apartment
  • Church converted into a Residence, Utrecht
  • Conflicting Disciplines
  • Encarnacion
  • Fantasy House of Moooi
  • Guanzhu Microcrystalline Stone Marketing Center
  • Hotel El Palauet Living in Barcelona
  • House Balkenhol in Buchen
  • Huangpi Road Studios
  • International Shipping Company Offices
  • Jaffa Apartment
  • Kensington House
  • Leon’s Place Hotel in Rome
  • Manchester Square Offices
  • Marta Massada House
  • Moooi Showroom London
  • MY Numptia
  • Stars Garden
  • Summit Ceramics Exhibition
  • Tamina thermal baths, Bad Ragaz, Switzerland
  • The Black Apartment
  • The Club
  • The Huangs’ Mansion in Muzha
  • The Town Hall Hotel
  • Vanke RunPark
  • Villa No. 12