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- Publication Date: September 5, 2023
- Imprint: Vendome Press
- Trim Size: 10 x 12
- ISBN: 9780865653924
- Page Count: 320
- Illustrations: Full-color illustrations throughout
- Rights: United States and Canada
The first monograph of a distinctive voice in American design whose work, a blend of sophisticated finishes, textiles, antiques, and contemporary furniture, has won him a dedicated following from tastemakers
For more than a decade, David Netto has been profiling the leading lights of the design world in lively, illuminating articles for numerous publications. Now, at long last, he turns his erudite eye and rapier wit to his own work as an interior designer and architect. Featuring some 20 projects, ranging from city apartments and country houses to seaside and mountain getaways, David Netto reveals an eclectic aesthetic that brings to modernism a touch of warmth and personality and to traditionalism a jolt of energy and a dash of the exotic. Extensively photographed and with delightful watercolor illustrations by interiors artist Mita Bland, the book is as enlightening to read as it is inspiring to look at.
About the author
David Netto dropped out of Harvard’s department of architecture to found his studio in New York in 2000. He has written on architecture and design for the Wall Street Journal, the New York Times, Cabana, and other publications, and he currently writes the “Case Studies” column for Town & Country. He is the author of monographs of François Catroux and Stephen Sills, and his interiors have appeared in Vogue, ELLE Decor, Architectural Digest, House Beautiful, House & Garden, Town & Country, and Veranda. He lives and works in Los Angeles. Mita Bland is a watercolorist specializing in interior renderings. She lives in Stanfordville, New York.