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Alice Temperley

Author : Alice Temperley
ISBN : 9780847848812
Genre : Crafts & Hobbies
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Alice Temperley, one of the most accomplished British designers working today, creates clothing that is coveted by the likes of Kate Hudson, Sarah Jessica Parker, Olga Kurylenko, Rita Ora, Poppy Delevingne, Helen Mirren, Adele, Naomie Harris, and The Duchess of Cambridge. This book is conceived as a celebration of Alice Temperley's aesthetic and conveys the effortless decadence and handcrafted allure of her brand. This book highlights the key moments that have inspired the last decade of work--focusing on the personal moments that have shaped her brand. Filled with captivating photographs from Temperley London photo shoots and fashion editorials, ALICE TEMPERLEY: ENGLISH MYTHS AND LEGENDS gives an in-depth look into the inspirations and processes behind the creation of the collections. While her first Rizzoli book, TRUE BRITISH (2011), was a chronological story about the first 10 years of the brand, ENGLISH MYTHS AND LEGENDS gives a more intimate view of what defines Temperley London today and its evolution; revealing both practical and sentimental moments of the designer's generative history.

True British

Author : Alice Temperley
ISBN : 0847836746
Genre : Design
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Alice Temperley's distinctive designs combine meticulous detail and lush layers of beaded and embroidered ornamentation, earning her critical acclaim and devoted fans from the red carpet to the high street. This monograph traces the development of her style and the growth of her company over the last decades.

Paris

Author : Megan Hess
ISBN : 1743792476
Genre : Design
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The California Casa

Author : Douglas Woods
ISBN : 0847838498
Genre : Architecture
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This sumptuous and comprehensive volume embraces one of the most beloved house forms, the Spanish Colonial Revival, presenting at once a lavish portrait of the style as well as the definitive statement on the subject through more than three hundred color photographs. The Spanish style in architecture encompasses facets from a vast array of traditions, many of which are in evidence in these extraordinary houses. Elements include thickset, whitewashed stucco walls, deeply recessed doors, lushly planted courtyard gardens, intricate and colorful tile work, telescoping towers inset with Juliet balconies, elaborately traced wrought-iron window grilles, and richly appointed interiors heightened by drama in light and shadow cast by moody pendant lamps and low-burning fires. The houses featured are the very best of the type, both famous and little-known, and showcase the work of architects such as George Washington Smith, Bertram Goodhue, Wallace Neff, and Paul Williams, from the early twentieth century, to the work of contemporary practitioners, including Marc Appleton, Michael Burch Architects, and others. These homes are a fantasy for living made real in the Southern California sun.

Old Homes Of New England

Author : Roderic H. Blackburn
ISBN : 0847830756
Genre : Architecture
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Old Homes of New England paints a stunning portrait of the charming and important old homes of the region, featuring storybook cottages in white clapboard as well ancient mansions in brick and stone. Cherished for its intimate, community-centered spirit, New England lays claim to some of the most wonderful architecture of the country—and, significantly, its buildings are among the nation’s very oldest. Featured here are twenty-five of the most beautiful examples, ranging from the storied House of the Seven Gables of 1668, in its magnificent colonial splendor, to the Corwin House of 1675, nicknamed the "Witch House" for its direct association to the infamous Salem witch trials, to the bucolic Cogswell farmhouse of 1728. Each house exemplifies its style, which range from early colonial Pilgrim, Puritan, and Shaker, to later Georgian, Federal, and Greek Revival. With richly crafted interiors formed from old woods, fine plasterwork, thoughtfully set beams, brick, and stonework, the houses return us to a more gracious time when the simple pleasures of staying at home were paramount, a time to which many of us, even now, long to return.

Vintage Industrial

Author : Misha de Potestad
ISBN : 0847842320
Genre : Architecture
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"Written by Misha de Potestad, photographed by Patrice Pascal."--Publisher's website.

Discovering Leonardo

Author : Rebecca Tucker
ISBN : 0789322684
Genre : Art
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This fine art book with a design twist identifies, decodes, and explains symbols hidden in Leonardo da Vinci's works, using die-cut windows to enhance the experience of truly appreciating each masterpiece. Discover the secret symbols and meanings behind seventy-five featured drawings and paintings in this unique volume celebrating Leonardo da Vinci. This book's innovative design pairs each painting with a page of die-cut windows that help the reader focus on specific aspects of each piece of art, and it features captions that highlight the most important symbols. Also included are carefully selected comparative works from da Vinci's contemporaries to offer contextual perspective. Learn the secrets behind such famous paintings as Mona Lisa and The Last Supper, as well as Adoration of the Magi, The Virgin and Child with Saint Anne, and many more. Each work featured in Discovering Leonardo: The Art Lover's Guide to Understanding Da Vinci's Masterpieces tells a story that becomes more fascinating as layer upon layer of symbolic meaning is revealed.

The Best Things To Do In New York

Author : Caitlin Leffel
ISBN : 0789320266
Genre : Reference
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The Damnation Of Theron Ware

Author : Harold Frederic
ISBN : HARVARD:HW0AQO
Genre : Belief and doubt
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Published in 1896, "The Damnation of Theron Ware or Illumination" is a profound psychological portrait of the spiritual undoing of a guileless Methodist minister who is taken in by a rural townspeople's various progressive ideas, from liberalism to bohemianism, only to be spurned by them for being too conventional. Described by Everett Carter as "among the four or five best novels written by an American during the nineteenth century," the novel, as Joyce Carol Oates writes in her Introduction, has "shrewd, disturbing insights into the human pysche." This Modern Library Paperback Classic is set from the text of the authoritative Harold Frederic Edition.

Columbus Indiana

Author : Thomas R. Schiff
ISBN : 0847841162
Genre : Architecture
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A unique photographic presentation of mid-century Modernist mecca Columbus, Indiana, by photographer Thomas R. Schiff. The small town of Columbus, Indiana, only fifty miles south of Indianapolis, has cemented its place as a bona fide architecture and design destination. Ranked by National Geographic as America's most significant historic place on the strength of its architectural heritage, Columbus contains more than fifty buildings by noted modern architects - including I. M. Pei, Cesar Pelli, Robert Venturi, Richard Meier, John Carl Warnecke, and Harry Weese - as well as public artworks by other internationally renowned architects and artists. Panoramic photographer Thomas Schiff skillfully combines his love of photography and architecture in Columbus, Indiana, presenting more than fifty exteriors and interiors by celebrated architects and designers in a singular panoramic format. These panoramas afford the viewer a fresh, new perspective for these celebrated historic buildings. Columbus, Indiana is the perfect gift for architecture fans and photography alike.

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