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Gestalten's new hardcover tome . . . showcases beautifully designed and decorated houses that happen to be located in the middle of tropical wonderlands . . . There is a home of everybody's dreams within these pages.
"Encompassing a wide range of tropical interiors and architecture, from sprawling villas and city houses, to rainforest cabins and beach shacks, the book features the best of what contemporary design has to offer . . . Hopping between Latin America, Asia and Australia, Living Under the Sun visualizes an easy-going way of life that we have always hazily dreamed of but never in such refreshing, colourful detail."
Where is paradise: at the end of the earthor at home on the sofa? For many, the wordparadise conjures up images of a sunnybeach with palm trees. For others, it mightmean pristine nature, a lively city withmuch to see and do, lazing in a hammock,or relaxing anywhere with a cool sea breeze.All of these versions of paradise can befound in the tropics.Tropical regions around the globe havealways offered an extraordinarily diverserange of impressions and inspirations. Yetonly recently have countries such as Brazil,Colombia, Thailand, and Australia begunto gain international recognition as go-tosources for contemporary design ideas.Today, the tropics offer style aficionados atleast as many, if not more, new things todiscover than classic design destinationssuch as Italy or Scandinavia with theirestablished brands.Living Under the Sun is the first comprehensiveshowcase of modern tropical livingstyles and their designers. Presenting tropicalinteriors at the nexus of timeless traditionand self-confident freshness, the bookbrings their colors and elegantly easy-goingambience to life. It captures the refreshinglydifferent coziness of rooms that seemto flow seamlessly into the exteriors surroundingthem and are thus ideally suitedto local climates and weather occurrencessuch as tropical storms.Living Under the Sun features striking livingand working spaces in Asian homes,African apartments, and Latin Americanhaciendas that meld aesthetics with functionalityin exceptional ways. The book alsoexplores the myriad stylistic devices thatcharacterize tropical interior design suchas precious woods, natural stone tiles, colorfulglass mosaics, and abundant vegetationin the form of orchids, ferns, and otherlush plants. It includes stunning examplesof shady green patios, stylish terraces, andenviable gardens.Readers of Living Under the Sun are sureto revel in the tropical charm of the book’sselect interiors, décor, and design. Perhapsthey will even be inspired to create theirown paradise at home.
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Buchbeschreibung Gestalten Jul 2015, 2015. Buch. Zustand: Neu. Neuware - Where is paradise: at the end of the earthor at home on the sofa For many, the word paradise conjures up images of a sunny beach with palm trees. For others, it might mean pristine nature, a lively city with much to see and do, lazing in a hammock, or relaxing anywhere with a cool sea breeze. All of these versions of paradise can be found in the tropics. Tropical regions around the globe have always offered an extraordinarily diverse range of impressions and inspirations. Yet only recently have countries such as Brazil, Colombia, Thailand, and Australia begun to gain international recognition as go-to sources for contemporary design ideas. Today, the tropics offer style aficionados at least as many, if not more, new things to discover than classic design destinations such as Italy or Scandinavia with their established brands. Living Under the Sun is the first comprehensive showcase of modern tropical living styles and their designers. Presenting tropical interiors at the nexus of timeless tradition and self-confident freshness, the book brings their colors and elegantly easy-going ambience to life. It captures the refreshingly different coziness of rooms that seem to flow seamlessly into the exteriors surrounding them and are thus ideally suited to local climates and weather occurrences such as tropical storms. Living Under the Sun features striking living and working spaces in Asian homes, African apartments, and Latin American haciendas that meld aesthetics with functionality in exceptional ways. The book also explores the myriad stylistic devices that characterize tropical interior design such as precious woods, natural stone tiles, colorful glass mosaics, and abundant vegetation in the form of orchids, ferns, and other lush plants. It includes stunning examples of shady green patios, stylish terraces, and enviable gardens. Readers of Living Under the Sun are sure to revel in the tropical charm of the book's select interiors, décor, and design. Perhaps they will even be inspired to create their own paradise at home. 256 pp. Englisch. Artikel-Nr. 9783899555929