"For those desiring a haven from all the noise and pressures of everyday life, solace can be found in the form of the zen bedroom. Contemporary Asian Bedrooms finds them, from Singapore to Bali and Hong Kong to Bangkok." —New Orleans Times-Picayune
Contemporary Asian Bedroomsby Chami Jotisalikorn, Karina Zabihi, Luca Invernizzi Tettoni (Photographer)
Contemporary Asian Bedrooms opens the door to a new world of slumber retreats, showcasing some of the most eye-catching bedroom designs in luxury homes and hotels in Southeast Asia. Shown here are a range of new design/i>/b>
With over 180 photos and extensive commentary, this Asian design book will add a stylish flair to all your bedroom design projects.
Contemporary Asian Bedrooms opens the door to a new world of slumber retreats, showcasing some of the most eye-catching bedroom designs in luxury homes and hotels in Southeast Asia. Shown here are a range of new design trends that make contemporary bedrooms more than just a spot for shut-eye.
Bedrooms now have an exiting variety of identities ranging from zen-inspired minimalist cocoons to high-tech entertainment arenas equipped with retractable movie screens built into the bed, to personal pampering retreats merging bath and bedroom into luxurious spa suites. This book gives homeowners and interior designers a look at new ideas, shapes, colors and textures that transform the places we sleep into high-style, must-have dream spaces.
Meet the Author
Chami Jotisalikorn is a journalist and editor in Bangkok specializing in lifestyle, design, travel, health and beauty. She has contributed to a number of international publications including Conde Nast Traveller (UK), Time Out Guides (UK), and the Bangkok Post and Nation dailies (Thailand). She is author of the best-selling Thai Spa Book, and co-author of Classic Thai, both recently published by Periplus.
Karina Zabihi's interior design projects in London, France and Singapore have been featured in commercials, pop videos and a number of magazines. Her articles on interiors, architectural design, fashion and travel have been published in several magazines including Ish magazine (Singapore), Harper's Bazaar (Singapore), Square Rooms (Singapore), Telegraph Magazine and Wallpaper (London).
Luca Invernizzi Tettoni is an award-winning photographer who has lived and worked in Asia for many years. He is well-versed in Asian culture and his photographs have appeared in numerous coffee-table books, including the best-selling Tropical Asian Style, Bali Modern, Bali Houses and Classic Thai.
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