Book Review: Signature Spaces
I was thrilled to review this chic design book.
I was delighted with the stunning interiors brimming with antiques and layered with exquisite textiles.
The other surprise was the lovely leopard book hiding under the paper cover.
This book is as beautiful outside as it is in…go ahead and judge a book by its cover!
This lavishly illustrated volume explores the interior world of Paolo Moschino and Philip Vergeylen, the talented duo behind the award-winning design studio Paolo Moschino for Nicholas Haslam Limited. Acknowledged by Architectural Digest as one of the top 100 designers in the world, Moschino and Vergeylen not only create inspiring home environments for elite clients, but also design their own line of furniture, lighting, fabrics, and accessories.
The process by which their varied sources of inspiration translate into material form is explored in detail in Signature Spaces. The book takes you on a visual journey through Moschino and Vergeylen’s world. Illustrated with hundreds of stunning photographs and drawings, the book reveals projects from all over the world, together with pictures of people and places that continue to be a source of inspiration for them on their continuous search for beauty.
About the Authors:
Born and raised in Italy, Paolo Moschino studied social science in Florence. It was after university that he came to London. Moschino bought Nicholas Haslam Ltd. in 1995 and has grown the company into one of the most prominent names in the design world.
Born and raised in Belgium, Philip Vergeylen studied Commercial Management Engineering in Brussels. He lived in New York, Washington, DC, Amsterdam, and Frankfurt before settling in London. In a radical career change, Vergeylen joined Nicholas Haslam Ltd. six years ago, where he now heads up the Interior Design Studio.
Founding editor, in 1981, of The World of Interiors magazine, Minn Hogg continued to be its editor-in-chief for the next twenty years.
Simon Upton is a photographer with more than 25 years of published work to his credit.
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