Casa Italiana surveys the best in contemporary Italian design and architecture, featuring a wide variety of styles: from a neoclassically inspired house in Milan to a '70s retro aesthetic in Rome to a house dedicated to the sumptuous Byzantine era in Naples. A broad base of modern architecture is featured, detailing new work, new materials, and new designs from Italy's leading practitioners.
With over 200 full-color photographs showcasing the diversity that epitomizes Italian style, this book will delight anyone interested in modern architecture and interior design.
Author Biography: Patrizia Catalano is a journalist and an expert on interior design and architecture. She writes for the Italian weekly magazine Io Donna.