donderdag 28 november 2013

Geoffrey Bradfield Ex Arte - Geoffrey Bradfield (Boek)

“Geoffrey’s work is inspired and original. Its historical references are clear, yet the contemporary vocabulary renders it absolutely unique. He has accomplished a design tour de force.” —Paige Rense, editor in chief, Architectural Digest

"Geoffrey Bradfield is one of today’s great interior designers. He has enormous talent, style, and flair. Here you can see the eminent designer’s work in all its glory, and in particular the way he uses art to define spaces and give them visual impact. . . .This beautifully illustrated book is a visual treat, one not to be missed.” —Barbara Taylor Bradford, bestselling author, Being Elizabeth

“It’s totally obvious to me that Geoffrey Bradfield designs environments in layers, making a syntax where a sculpture or painting will be the object or the focal point of the whole enterprise. This can only come from a person with a deep devotion, respect, and love for art. You get that when you look at his work.” —Julian Schnabel, artist and Golden Globe–winning director, The Diving Bell and the Butterfly

Product Description
A dazzling tribute to decades of magnificent design from the internationally acclaimed designer and architect Geoffrey Bradfield, this luxuriously illustrated collection depicts the passion and product of his immeasurable skill and aptitude for art-focused interiors. Dubbed “the billionaire’s designer” by his global roster of wealthy clientele, South Africa–born Bradfield’s predilection for drawing upon silver-screen glamour and his innate understanding of the medium as a universal and enduring art form is lavishly detailed in this exquisite tome. Showcasing unique and sophisticated designs—including an American chateau in Ohio, the Moroccan Embassy in New York City, an art collector's penthouse in Chicago, and an Eaton Square townhouse in London—this visually stunning record reaffirms Bradfield’s place as one of the world’s most fervent art advocates.

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