Publisher: Rizzoli International Publications
Number of pages: 240
Dimensions: 305 x 229 mm
"Like New York, New Orleans is very much a city of neighborhoods--there are actually 73 of them here--and each is rife with opportunties to restore, renovate, and rebuild," says the Louisiana native whose first book, The Art of Place, was published by Rizzoli in March." -DEPARTURES
"New Orleans architect and interior designer Lee Ledbetter recently launched his new book The Art of Place: Lee Ledbetter - Architecture and Interiors that showcases his impeccable ability to combine traditional and modern styles." -CALIFORNIA HOMES
"It's long been one of the topics of interior design-whether the discipline is an art form or a craft. Fortunately, that debate is answered here. FYI: Interior design is decidedly an art form, especially when practiced by Lee Ledbetter, who has been based in New Orleans since 1996. This volume reveals his uncanny ability to create interiors that speak to his Southern heritage, while addressing whatever the locale of the particular project. Every room he creates is a careful composition-something not out of a museum, but of a home." -MILIEU MAGAZINE
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