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90751 Rizzoli Kelly Wearstler: Synchronicity Coffee table book
90751 Rizzoli Kelly Wearstler: Synchronicity Coffee table book
90751 Rizzoli Kelly Wearstler: Synchronicity Coffee table book
90751 Rizzoli Kelly Wearstler: Synchronicity Coffee table book
90751 Rizzoli Kelly Wearstler: Synchronicity Coffee table book
90751 Rizzoli Kelly Wearstler: Synchronicity Coffee table book
90751 Rizzoli Kelly Wearstler: Synchronicity Coffee table book
90751 Rizzoli Kelly Wearstler: Synchronicity Coffee table book

Rizzoli • Kelly Wearstler: Synchronicity

Coffee table book

Kelly Wearstler: Synchronicity. 288 pages.
288 pages.
Hardcover.

REF. 90751

W.33 x D.45,7cm

€60,00
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Kelly Wearstler, one of the most irreverent and successful designers working today, continues to push boundaries with her inventive and opulent residential and commercial interiors.

Celebrated for pioneering and provocative interiors that guide global trends, Kelly Wearstler is known for her iconic designs of residences and boutique hotels. Pairing an exploration of materiality, color, and form with an intuitive juxtaposition of contemporary, vintage, architectural, and organic sensibilities, she has defined an aesthetic that is all her own. With a social media following that has grown to exceed two million and expansion into her own lines of furniture, lighting, and decor, hers is one of the most distinctive voices in the interiors world.


Here, in her first new book in four years, Wearstler takes a decidedly bold and minimalist approach to presenting her recent work, profiling seven of her latest and most striking residential and hospitality designs with immersive full-page photography and extraordinary detail. Wearstler’s unique eye and decisive touch are visible throughout, from a sleek and monochromatic home in Venice Beach to a richly textured beach house in Malibu and the dynamic new Proper hotels in Santa Monica and Austin, Texas. Insightful text from Dan Rubinstein guides readers through each space and the tactile furniture and materials that define the mood of each project.

Full of ideas, with beautiful images of many never-before-photographed interiors, this book is a must-have resource for other designers and homeowners looking for elegant design inspiration.

When Rizzoli’s bookshop opened its doors in 1964, it was set on one of the most luxurious streets in the world, Fifth Avenue in New York, with iconic shops such as Tiffany's and Cartier as its neighbours. Its original location immediately demonstrated Rizzoli's ambition to establish itself as an icon of New York culture and luxury, a goal that was fulfilled almost immediately, and which was consolidated when in 1974 it began its activity as a publisher. 

Beautifully illustrated books on architecture, interior design, fashion, photography, haute cuisine and fine art made Rizzoli New York one of the world's leading publishers.