Home is Where the Heart Is? (häftad)
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Quadrille Publishing Ltd
60 colour photographs
268 x 210 x 21 mm
1020 g
Home is Where the Heart Is? (häftad)

Home is Where the Heart Is?

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Häftad Engelska, 2008-02-01
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"We want to be modern, but we want to be human too' Ilse Crawford Ilse Crawford is constantly breaking new ground in her study of the individual's search for the perfect home. Continuing the theme of 'one eye sees, the other feels' from her previous book, Sensual Home, this book moves beyond the senses to an investigation of our basic human drives for survival, safety, love, respect and self-fulfillment. This is then expanded to how we live, our homes and our daily activities. Despite our increasing reliance on technology to bring ease and comfort to our lives, Ilse says 'we still want a sense of humanity, of home - a space that speaks to us radically and emotionally.' A unique flow of thought-provoking text, evocative photography and state-of-the-art design combine to produce a reaction in the reader which is as emotional as it is intellectual.
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  1. Lånade den först på biblioteket men insåg att jag bara...
    Margit Linnéa Bäckman, 20 januari 2014

    Lånade den först på biblioteket men insåg att jag bara måste köpa den. Den är ger inspiration och reflektion över temat vad är ett hem, vad är det som gör att vi känner oss hemma.

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Ilse Crawford is a strategic designer who has been in the business of predicting what's next in design for more than a decade. Her London office, studioilse, stands for modern and emotional design and has created New York's latest exclusive destination - Soho House - as well as the Electric Cinema in London's Portobello Road, and the highly acclaimed hotel Babington House, near Bath and the newly re-launched Kettners. Her first book, Sensual Home, is considered by many to be a bible of modern living, and has sold 100,000 copies worldwide.