Founded in 1846, Town & Country has the distinction of being America's longest continuously published lifestyle magazine. It is an elegant publication that shares and shapes its readers' discerning tastes in fashion, travel, design, beauty, health, and the arts and antiques. Sumptuous photography and fine writing grace its pages each month. Today the magazine, known for its holistic approach to luxury, reaches a half-million of the country's most affluent readers. Town & Country regularly receives industry recognition. Honors include nominations for National Magazine Awards in the Personal Service and Photography categories, and being named to Adweek's list of the “Hottest Magazines of the Year” in 1996.
At Home with Town & Countryby Sarah Medford
At Home with Town & Country, the first-ever home book from the magazine that is the last word in defining the affluent lifestyle, opens the doors to 30 distinctive dwellings, providing rare glimpses of lives being lived in sleek urban showplaces and luxurious rural retreats alike-and offering advice and inspiration for creating stylish, soul-sustaining spaces/i>… See more details below
At Home with Town & Country, the first-ever home book from the magazine that is the last word in defining the affluent lifestyle, opens the doors to 30 distinctive dwellings, providing rare glimpses of lives being lived in sleek urban showplaces and luxurious rural retreats alike-and offering advice and inspiration for creating stylish, soul-sustaining spaces of your own.
These remarkable homes, lavishly photographed to the publication's singular standard, reflect the latest developments in residential architecture and design, including the “Invisible House,” Tadao Ando's avant-garde dwelling for the Benetton family in northern Italy and Antoine Predock's art-filled Dallas retreat for Deedie and Rusty Rose. But classic design also plays a part: here, too, are Chatsworth, the 400-year-old ancestral seat of the Dukes of Devonshire; Ralph and Ricky Lauren's 1920's-era family estate in Bedford, New York; and Spike and Tonya Lee's historic Manhattan town house. Each of the chapters concludes with a practical guide to a universal aspect of design, from planning the perfect cook's kitchen to building a second home.
This sumptuous book is sure to grace the coffee tables of the most fashionable homes.
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