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Living Modern Tropical : A Sourcebook of Stylish Interiors: Richardson, Phyllis/ Powers, Richard (PHT): BOOKS KINOKUNIYA
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Living Modern Tropical : A Sourcebook of Stylish Interiors
Living Modern Tropical : A Sourcebook of Stylish Interiors
Publisher : Thames & Hudson
Published Date : 2012/09
Binding : Hardcover
ISBN : 9780500516409

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Language : English
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Book Description
Source: ENG
Academic Descriptors: A04303000
Place of Publication: United States
Academic Level: Extracurricular

"Living Modern Tropical" is the ultimate visual resource for contemporary tropical living, featuring scores of glorious interiors from tropical regions where the expression of modern living has found its natural home. With ten sections divided by themed subsections that focus on the attributes most enjoyed in tropical spaces, this is an easy-to-use sourcebook for designers and anyone seeking interiors inspiration. Stunning photographs by renowned photographer Richard Powers have been expertly selected from hundreds of global interiors to provide inspiration in any context, while a comprehensive index of designers and architects and a directory of stockists make it invaluable for those wishing to recreate these spectacular spaces. Regardless of where you live, "Living Modern Tropical" offers hundreds of design ideas that will provide inspiration for every room in the house.Piva, New Brazilian House reflects the vitality and verve of Brazil's architecture and design today.

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