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Whether it’s down the street or across the globe, this book uncovers and explores the most obscure and the most innovative bars, pubs, and cafes, as well as coffee houses, hotel lounges, and Internet cafes that exist today. This book takes the reader around the world in search of the most interesting designs in the most cosmopolitan cities, including London, Venice, Tokyo, Hong Kong, and Osaka.
Not a feature goes unnoticed, from the enticing entrances and intriguing interiors, to the creation of logos and graphics and how they can best contribute to the space’s appeal. Designers, would-be entrepreneurs, current owners, and every client will enjoy this inspiring and satisfying tribute.
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Julie D. Taylor is a freelance architecture and design writer who lives in Beverly Hills, California. She is the principal and founder of her own firm Taylor & Company, which provides marketing, public relations, and communications services to design professionals, manufacturers, and organizations in the fields of architecture, design and furnishings. As a former magazine editor for Designer’s West she is well known in the design field. She currently is a contributing editor to Patioscapes, and has written articles for Contract Design, Interior Design, Interiors, LA Architect and the Los Angeles Business Journal among others.
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Book Description Rockport Pub, 2000. Hardcover. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P111564966534
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