Whether it's Cecil Beaton's flamboyant, classically tailored suits, Frida Kahlo's love of bright color, or Cindy Sherman's penchant for minimalism, an artist's attire often reflects the creative and spiritual essence of his or her work. In Legendary Artists and... read more
Gabrielle 'Coco' Chanel was one of the most influential and ground-breaking fashion designers of the twentieth century. This beautifully illustrated biography tells her remarkable story in a unique and accessible way, examining how the homes and landscapes of her life relate... read more
|Author:||Olivia Bays; Cathelijne Nuijsink|
Japanese interiors focus primarily on one simple philosophy, Zen. All the rooms in a traditionally furnished Japanese home strive to achieve a balance of peace and simplicity; their interiors are steeped in centuries of cultural influence, and a sense of c... read more
Chanel: The Making of a Collection traces the design process of the world-renowned fashion house, revealing how a collection is created. Moving from the studio to the fashion show, fashion writer Laetitia Ce´nac has unprecedented access to explore a world th... read more
Having less is the secret to living more. Whether you've been dreaming about a treehouse in the wilderness of Quebec, or a remote mountain cabin in Scotland or the Swiss Alps; driving a campervan on the open roads of Australia, or steering a houseboat along the Canal ... read more
The 29 landscape designs selected for this book have changed the way we look at designed outdoor spaces. They are examples of the ways in which 20th-century landscape designers have attempted to create a new style to reflect the modern age. All the landsc... read more
Harry Seidler's Umbrella is an incisive and personal collection of writings on architecture and design by writer and editor Joe Rollo.
From an up-close account of Jørn Utzon's re-engagement with the S... read more
Muses of attitude, brains, and confidence come together in this glossy compendium of the female icons who use their personal style and influence to change the way we look and dress.
From the obvious to the outrageous, Fr... read more
Bohemian style is characterized by free-flowing fabrics, bright colours and a multitude of clashing patterns. Heavily inspired by the 1960s and 1970s free-spirited way of life, it is one of the most versatile styles of decoration. Sometimes rule-breaking and always personal, i... read more
|Author:||Ted Vadakan; Angie Myung|
Since opening its doors in 2003, Poketo has grown beyond a retail destination into a national lifestyle brand. Collaborating with more than 200 artists, husband-and-wife team Ted Vadakan and Angie Myung have tapped into the design community to create ... read more
From the first challenge of designing and building a modest house while an architectural student, Robert Dickson has consistently applied a fresh and independent approach to design. Addicted to Architecture reveals the experiences and philosophies that have shaped the life of t... read more
There's little that's more peaceful than living in the country. Wide open spaces, picturesque surroundings and the unmatched tranquility of living far from the city are just some of the things that draw people to dwell in rural areas. Houses for the Country takes its readers on an exclusive journey t... read more