Inside : The interior design of recent years stands out above all for its original use of materials. Classic building materials, such as concrete, stone and wood, are now being employed in a variety of new ways. Unusual design opportunities open up through, for example, the experimental use of concrete, proving that this essentially hard material can produce surprisingly soft forms, warm colours and a velvety touch. This illustrated volume presents an inspiring selection of over 60 designed interiors created by renowned architects. With some of the featured projects, the particular spatial impact stems from a reduction to a single monolithic piece, while with others surprising results emerge from the interplay of materials, giving rise to distinctive and dramatic spaces.
|Casa y Hogar||Do-It-Yourself|
|Arquitectura||Public, Commercial, or Industrial Buildings|