Bold British Design
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Bold British Design sees tastemakers at the epicentre of British interior design share their exclusive vision and inspiration for achieving a bold interior, inspiring you to create your own original, fearless home.
Designers the world over are increasingly looking to British creatives to combine heritage and history with wit, modernity and attitude. Interiors Editor Emilio Pimentel-Reid and photographer Sarah Hogan have gained exclusive access to the studios, homes and mood boards of 20 top British creatives.
With the interiors creating a visual conversation through the rooms of the houses and creative spaces, the authors reveal the history, craftsmanship, key elements and inspiration that went into creating these very personal and stylish spaces.
Featuring the studios and relaxed family homes of artists including furniture designers Sebastian Cox and Bethan Gray, ceramicist Hitomi Hosono, interior designer Lucy Hammond Giles, names to watch Yinka Ilori and Hal Messel and antiques dealer Guy Tobin, Bold British Design shows how a new generation is breaking new ground in interior style and decor.
About the Authors
Emilio Pimentel-Reid is an award-winning interiors stylist, editor and brand consultant who has collaborated with some of the most recognised publications, brands and designers from British and international editions of ELLE Decoration, Architectural Digest and GQ to Georg Jensen, Brinton's and Dedar, retailers Harrods and Heal's and large corporate organisations. An advocate for British design and manufacturing, he also consults with leading interior companies and emerging talent, advising in the areas of creative direction and brand development.
Sarah Hogan has been shooting for over 14 years, creating inspiring images for editorials in ELLE Decoration, House & Garden and Homes & Garden, commercial clients including The White Company, Ikea, Linley, Banda and Conran Design Group, as well as high-end interior designers and craft makers.
Hardcover, 304 pages.