In 400 specially commissioned colour photographs and an accessible, fast and fun text, design guru Marisa Bartolucci takes us inside the homes of 33 dramatically different little-space dwellers - the spaces range from a 100-square-foot dormitory room to a 1000 square-foot garden flat - to reveal how one's innate sense of personal style is really the most effective tool for transforming an ordinary cramped living space into an extraordinarily stylish, small yet functional private sanctuary. From the DIY decor of student Yen Fgen's digs to the antique-filled studio of Steven Earle, design director for Martha Stewart, to the two-bedroom garden apartment of design writer Michael Webb, a range of sizes, styles and budgets is featured here - hope for everyone who has ever looked at their cramped quarters and longed for more living space.
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Marisa Bartolucci, formerly executive editor of Metropolis magazine, is the author of numerous books on architecture and design. Radek Kurzaj is a travel and architectural photographer based in Poland and New York.
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Book Description Thames & Hudson Ltd, 2003. Paperback. Book Condition: Brand New. 400 pages. 8.54x6.81x1.14 inches. In Stock. Bookseller Inventory # zk0500284180