The modern interiorMaterial type: TextLanguage: English Series: House and GardenPublication details: 1964 Conde Nast Publications Ltd. London., 1964.Description: 304 pSubject(s): DDC classification:
- 747 MOD
|Item type||Current library||Collection||Call number||Status||Date due||Barcode|
|Books||Anant National University Central Library||Design Interior||747 MOD (Browse shelf(Opens below))||Available||000491|
Early chapters are on the meaning of modern and on the pioneers of the modern movement to sections on what the termed the many moods of modern - from architect;s and industrial designer;s modern to luxury modern. In this moods the book shows that modern interiors, whn necessary, can be as delicate, elegant, subtle, feminine as any period rooms, refuting the too-often heard assertion that modern interiors are all alike and monotonus. The book aslo includes what may well prove to be a plesanty surprising cross section of bath-rooms, which have long been regarded as the essentially modern ares af a home. The book shows unusual exmpless from all over the world. Here, too, are shown interiors combining modern and period furniture built round modern art, multipurpose interiors, and so on to the tune of over 300 pagesm 120 of them in colour.