This stunning book takes a rare glimpse into the intriguing and unique homes of some of the world's best-known architects. How do these architects design their own private domains? How do their furnishing styles impact on the structural integrity of the space? How do these individuals express their interior design flair in their own haven? The title starts by introducing the relationship between the architect and their professional work, by telling how that marries with their own private tastes, and how they interpret current trends and enable their own philosophies to transfer to their personal, private environments. Combining rich photography and spectacular imagery with the personal stories of these industry professionals, this book provides a rich source for those keen to delve into the design aesthetics, concepts and innovations of leaders in their very own field.
Gina Tsarouhashas coordinated and authored a number of titles, including writing on architecture and history. As senior editor and project coordinator at IMAGES in Melbourne, she is commissioning titles on architecture and interior design - two of her passions - and her wealth of experience is demonstrated in the beautifully designed books being produced.