Around the world, more and more of us are moving to cities and establishing our homes there. The urban landscape offers a multitude of enticing options: from cozy apartments to chic duplexes to historic townhouses.
From vertical living to upscale townhouses, these city abodes showcase inviting and innovative metropolitan interiors and lifestyles. Whether it be Sao Paolo or Stockholm, Tokyo to Toronto, urban environs influence choices of furniture, accessories, and interior design - perhaps even as much as the character of the inhabitants.
This book takes readers across the thresholds of these contemporary dwellings. Conversations with those who outfit the spaces with those who live within the lavish domiciles paint a narrative of modern materials and classic style.
Bohemian Residence's detailed portraits provide a tantalizing tour through contemporary interiors in cities worldwide.
Format: Hardcover, Full Colour, 272 Pages
Dimensions: 24 × 30 cm
Author: Gestalten (editor)
Publisher: Die Gestalten Verlag
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