Fashion Retailby Eleanor Curtis
Presenting around 30 projects, this is a highly illustrated volume combining accessible texts, lavish photography, explanatory captions and useful listings to give a full picture of the
Fashion interiors are key to the identity of the named fashion house that the client buys into, and in recent years, many fashion houses have chosen to work with named architects.
Presenting around 30 projects, this is a highly illustrated volume combining accessible texts, lavish photography, explanatory captions and useful listings to give a full picture of the latest trends in fashion interior design to anyone interested in interiors, fashion and style.
- Examines the latest trends in top-level fashion interior design
- Contains full-colour, lavish photography throughout
- Punchy and accessible introductory texts and concise project descriptions highlight key qualities of each design
- Useful listings provide the reader with full contact details for all featured shops
- Projects include Herzog & de Meuron and Rem Koolhaas (Prada), David Chipperfield (D&G), Philippe Starck (Gaultier), Future Systems (Selfridges, Comme des Garçons, Marni), William Russell (Alexander McQueen) and many more
Meet the Author
Eleanor Curtis is a London-based writer and photographer whose work has featured in UK and international broadsheets and journals. She is a graduate of the University of Sussex and has been a research fellow at the Royal College of Art, London. She has published three books with Wiley-Academy: Hotel Interior Structures (2001/2003), School Builders (2003) and Club Culture (2003).
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