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In her lively, informative text, design guru Marisa Bartolucci takes readers inside 33 small homes from cities across the U.S. to reveal how a strong sense of style—rather than design know-how or unlimited resources—is the most effective tool for transforming an ordinary cramped living space into a smart yet functional private sanctuary.
About the Author:
Marisa Bartolucci, formerly the Executive Editor of Metropolis magazine, is the author of several books on contemporary design and co-creator and co-editor of the Compact Design Portfolio books, a new series profiling the work of the world's greatest designers. She lives in New York City. Radek Kurzaj is a travel and architectural photographer based in Sczcecin, Poland, and New York City whose work has been featured in numerous international magazines and books.
Posted February 20, 2005
We are in the process of moving into a NYC apartment and was in need of some inspiration on paring down earthly belongings and convincing ourselves that we can live in apartments under 600 sq. ft.! The book with its cool write-ups and wonderful pictures really was helpful...We can do it! NYC, here we come!Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.