Gosling: Classic Design For Contemporary Interiors

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Classic craftsmanship meets modern styling to create stunning interiors as seen in the designs of Tim Gosling and featured in this lavish book. In the world of furniture and design the name Tim Gosling is synonymous with sophistication, excellence, and craftsmanship. This beautifully produced, generously illustrated volume displays these qualities, which have earned Gosling high praise as well as important public and private commissions. Renowned for his ability to tailor-make a room and its elements to meet the ...

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Overview

Classic craftsmanship meets modern styling to create stunning interiors as seen in the designs of Tim Gosling and featured in this lavish book. In the world of furniture and design the name Tim Gosling is synonymous with sophistication, excellence, and craftsmanship. This beautifully produced, generously illustrated volume displays these qualities, which have earned Gosling high praise as well as important public and private commissions. Renowned for his ability to tailor-make a room and its elements to meet the client's individual tastes and needs, Gosling is one of the few designers who involves himself with every aspect of a project. Irresistibly classic and elegant, Gosling's designs have graced yachts, corporate boardrooms, country homes and city apartments. Stephen Calloway introduces readers to Gosling's signature design concepts, reviews the design process, and highlights the quality materials that make Gosling's pieces so sought after and timeless. Fans of classic interior design, as well as designers themselves, will find much to inspire and ignite their Imaginations.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9783791343648
  • Publisher: Prestel Publishing
  • Publication date: 10/28/2009
  • Pages: 224
  • Product dimensions: 9.60 (w) x 11.20 (h) x 0.80 (d)

Meet the Author

Tim Gosling worked with David Linley for nearly two decades before starting his own company in 2005. His portfolio of furniture and interiors commissions includes the Savoy, Goring and Berkeley Hotels in London and the headquarters for British Petroleum. Stephen Calloway is Curator of Prints at the Victoria & Albert Museum, London. He is the author of Baroque Baroque: The Culture of Excess, Aubrey Beardsley, and Elements of Style. Foreword by Tim Knox, Director, Sir John Soan's Museum, London.

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