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The art of the interior : timeless designs by the master decorators / Barbara & René Stoeltie ; foreword by John Saladino ; translated from the French by Elizabeth Heard.

By: Stoeltie, Barbara [author.].
Contributor(s): Stoeltie, René [author.] | Saladino, John F [writer of added commentary.] | Heard, Elizabeth [translator.].
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Paris : Flammarion ; 2013Edition: English language edition.Description: 351 pages : chiefly color illustrations ; 32 cm.ISBN: 9782080201409 (hbk); 2080201409 (hbk).Uniform titles: Intérieurs de Louis XV à Andrée Putman. English Subject(s): Interior decorators -- Biography | Interior decoration -- History | Interior decoration -- Pictorial works. -- History | House and Home | Interior decoration | Interior decoratorsGenre/Form: Pictorial works.LOC classification: NK 2115.8 | .S86 2013
Contents:
John Saladino -- Foreword / Introduction -- A Nordic "Folly" : Daniel Marot -- A Masterpiece of Bavarian Rococo : François de Cuvilliés -- Le Roi S'Amuse : George Wenzeslaus von Knobelsdorff -- Chinoiserie in Potsdam : Johann Gottfried Büring -- To Please a Prince : Friedrich von Erdmannsdorff -- The Transformation of a Fortified Castle : Robert Adam -- In the Footsteps of the Ancients : Karl Friedrich Schinkel -- An equestrienne's Hunting Lodge : The Duchess of Uzès -- 25, Rue Américaine : Victor Horta -- The House on a Hill : Charles Rennie Mackintosh -- Hidden Treasures of Art Nouveau : Henry Van de Velde -- The Diva of Rue Jacob : Madeleine Castaing -- A Refined Gentleman : Billy Baldwin -- Italian-Style Elegance : Stefano Mantovani -- The Eminence Grise of Marrakech : Bill Willis -- The Ghosts of the Palazzo Merati : Emile Targhetta d'Audiffret de Gréoux -- An American in Spitalfields : Dennis Severs -- In the Gustavian Style : Lars Sjöberg -- The Renaissance of the Past : Jacques Garcia -- From Rags to Riches : Pierre-Hervé Walbaum -- "Haute Couture" Apartment : Giles Dufour -- The Art of Living with Contemporary Art : Frédéric Méchiche -- A Grande Dame of Design : Andrée Putman -- A Subtle Palette : John Saladino -- A Photographer's Eye : François Halard -- An Illusionist Designer : Didier Rabes -- An Extraordinary Set Designer : Cesare Rovatti -- The Antiquarian of the Future : Yves Gastou -- A Talent from the North : Anne Paul Brinkman -- At Home with a Devotee of Interior Design : Marie-Paule Pellé -- The White Tornado : Jan des Bouvrie -- Living in a Berlin Loft : Stefan Schad -- From Haute Couture to Interior Decoration : Pierre Yovanovitch -- American Chic : Stephen Sills.
Summary: "Respected interiors specialists Barbara and René Stoeltie chart the evolution of interior design from the seventeenth century to the present day. They introduce thirty-four significant designers from the last four hundred years along with the elements of their legacy that remain relevant in interior design today. Arranged chronologically, the text places the designers in their historical context and details the primary elements that characterized their style or revolutionized taste in their day. The photographs provide a visually evocative overview of the designers key works, illustrating the overall impact of the room and the details that make each space memorable. The clean lines and light-filled interiors of John Saladino contrast with the luxurious, richly colored spaces created by Jacques Garcia. These portraits of the designers and their chefs d'oeuvres demonstrate the aesthetic principles and creativity that shaped the history of interior design. From eighteenth-century interiors by Dennis Severs, to Billy Baldwin's elegant yet livable home design, or from Madeleine Castaing's eclectic creations that blended antiques with art, to the gracious curves and pastel hues of Charles Rennie Mackintosh's art nouveau Hill House, and from Bill Willis's interpretation of Orientalism in Marrakesh, to the clean and graphic lines of Andree Putman's sleek interiors, this volume abounds with inspiration"--Amazon.com, viewed December 18, 2013.
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Simultaneously published in French as Intériers de Louis XV à Andrée Putman.

John Saladino -- Foreword / Introduction -- A Nordic "Folly" : Daniel Marot -- A Masterpiece of Bavarian Rococo : François de Cuvilliés -- Le Roi S'Amuse : George Wenzeslaus von Knobelsdorff -- Chinoiserie in Potsdam : Johann Gottfried Büring -- To Please a Prince : Friedrich von Erdmannsdorff -- The Transformation of a Fortified Castle : Robert Adam -- In the Footsteps of the Ancients : Karl Friedrich Schinkel -- An equestrienne's Hunting Lodge : The Duchess of Uzès -- 25, Rue Américaine : Victor Horta -- The House on a Hill : Charles Rennie Mackintosh -- Hidden Treasures of Art Nouveau : Henry Van de Velde -- The Diva of Rue Jacob : Madeleine Castaing -- A Refined Gentleman : Billy Baldwin -- Italian-Style Elegance : Stefano Mantovani -- The Eminence Grise of Marrakech : Bill Willis -- The Ghosts of the Palazzo Merati : Emile Targhetta d'Audiffret de Gréoux -- An American in Spitalfields : Dennis Severs -- In the Gustavian Style : Lars Sjöberg -- The Renaissance of the Past : Jacques Garcia -- From Rags to Riches : Pierre-Hervé Walbaum -- "Haute Couture" Apartment : Giles Dufour -- The Art of Living with Contemporary Art : Frédéric Méchiche -- A Grande Dame of Design : Andrée Putman -- A Subtle Palette : John Saladino -- A Photographer's Eye : François Halard -- An Illusionist Designer : Didier Rabes -- An Extraordinary Set Designer : Cesare Rovatti -- The Antiquarian of the Future : Yves Gastou -- A Talent from the North : Anne Paul Brinkman -- At Home with a Devotee of Interior Design : Marie-Paule Pellé -- The White Tornado : Jan des Bouvrie -- Living in a Berlin Loft : Stefan Schad -- From Haute Couture to Interior Decoration : Pierre Yovanovitch -- American Chic : Stephen Sills.

"Respected interiors specialists Barbara and René Stoeltie chart the evolution of interior design from the seventeenth century to the present day. They introduce thirty-four significant designers from the last four hundred years along with the elements of their legacy that remain relevant in interior design today. Arranged chronologically, the text places the designers in their historical context and details the primary elements that characterized their style or revolutionized taste in their day. The photographs provide a visually evocative overview of the designers key works, illustrating the overall impact of the room and the details that make each space memorable. The clean lines and light-filled interiors of John Saladino contrast with the luxurious, richly colored spaces created by Jacques Garcia. These portraits of the designers and their chefs d'oeuvres demonstrate the aesthetic principles and creativity that shaped the history of interior design. From eighteenth-century interiors by Dennis Severs, to Billy Baldwin's elegant yet livable home design, or from Madeleine Castaing's eclectic creations that blended antiques with art, to the gracious curves and pastel hues of Charles Rennie Mackintosh's art nouveau Hill House, and from Bill Willis's interpretation of Orientalism in Marrakesh, to the clean and graphic lines of Andree Putman's sleek interiors, this volume abounds with inspiration"--Amazon.com, viewed December 18, 2013.

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