British Interior Design
Haymarket Hotel in London (Kit Kemp)
JS Bach Chamber Music Hall in Manchester (Zaha Hadid Architects)
Paramount Bar in London (Tom Dixon, Design Research Studio)
Wales Millennium Center in Cardiff (Capita Architecture)
Collage House in London (Jonathan Tuckey Design)
Often associated with traditional styles involving floral motifs, pastel colours and soft fabrics, British interior design used to be rather modest. The contemporary scene however is filled with a wild array of styles juxtaposing the classical with the kitsch, the romantic with the quirky and the rough with the polished.
This volume offers a thrilling glimpse into a range of the most recent and inspiring British interiors from internationally renowned designers as well as talented individuals striking new paths in this dynamic and fascinating world. Whether private homes, offices, clubs, bars or restaurants, the projects presented here reveal a fusion of the utterly familiar with the wonderfully eccentric and place Britain firmly at the forefront of global interior design.