In this book, the acclaimed designer David Mlinaric discusses with author Mirabel Cecil the buildings he has worked on and been inspired by during his long career, and takes an expert look at the creation and interpretation of historic interiors. The practice Mlinaric started forty-five years ago in London now has thriving offices in Paris and New York. He has designed spaces in buildings the world over, among them London's National Gallery, the Royal Opera House, Spencer House, the primary galleries at the Victoria & Albert Museum, and the Bath Assembly Rooms; embassies in Washington, Paris and Brussels; as well as houses for the Rothschild family, Mick Jagger and Jerry Hall, and myriad other private clients.
Publisher: Frances Lincoln Publishers Ltd
Number of pages: 320
Weight: 2295 g
Dimensions: 300 x 250 x 34 mm
I wish this book wasn't so heavy. It is full of such good things that I wanted to carry it around so that at every spare moment I could have another wallow in David Mlinaric's beautiful world. Spectator David Mlinaric's contribution to interior design in the late 20th century is considerable. Whether they are classic or contemporary schemes, his projects are equally accomplished and there are many lessons to be learned from browsing through these pages. idfx This is a tremendous book for anyone interested in country houses or decoration. Large in format, elegant in design, it shows interior decoration at its finest. The lively, detailed text and exacting photography (much newly taken by Derry Moore) illustrate the controlling discipline and industry that define truly great interior design. Country Life