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Book Review

Designers, what's the best way to get press? Ask Amy Flurry

book review | February 12, 2018
Amy Flurry has an impressive magazine lineage. The accomplished former editor (read: Lucky, Country Living, Condé Nast Traveler, InStyle and Better Homes & Gardens) focused in her 2011 do-it-yourself manual, Recipe for Press, on helping entrepreneurs perfect their pitch and hone their media ... By Katy B. Olson & Melissa Studach

Hot off the press: The latest design books

book review | January 25, 2018
In this month’s roundup of design books, EAL previews a few books you may have missed that made their debut at the end of last year, and a couple that should certainly be added to your pre-order list for the coming months. Take a trip to Cuba with Hermes Mallea, explore English design with Ros B... By Taylor Barker

Hot off the press: A roundup of the latest design books

book review | December 28, 2017
In EAL’s monthly roundup of design books, we have some of the best debuts from the end of the year as well as books to be on the lookout for in 2018. This time around, explore the design principles of Edith Warton and Ogden Codman, analyze New York City’s building patterns, and learn about the c... By Taylor Barker

Joe Nahem talks up his new tome

book review | December 6, 2017
Fox-Nahem: The Design Vision of Joe Nahem (Abrams), which boasts a foreword by Robert Downey Jr., profiles 15 of designer Joe Nahem’s projects. They range in size, aesthetic and stature: a Stanford White townhouse, a Park Avenue home (located in the building where Jacqueline Kennedy grew up), a ... By Katy B. Olson

Hot off the press: A roundup of the latest design books

book review | November 30, 2017
Just in time for holiday shopping, EAL has a roundup of some of our favorite design books that have made their debut this past season. Readers are invited to take a journey through the careers of Studio KO, Harrie Lindeberg and Tom Britt, or get a jump on organization heading into the New Year. ... By Taylor Barker

Hot off the press: A roundup of the latest design books

book review | October 26, 2017
In this month’s roundup, EAL has the scoop on the latest must-read design tomes ready to be added to your bookshelf. Look back on the storied careers of companies and designers, brush up on the must-knows of postmodern design, and be inspired by the stunning photography and illustrations. ... By Taylor Barker

Victoria Hagan shares a glimpse of her new book

book review | October 19, 2017
Victoria Hagan’s second book, Dream Spaces (Rizzoli), traces the designer’s “soft modern” interiors projects—all of them clients’ second homes, and each of them designed to serve as a sort of refuge. New York Times writer David Colman writes in the book’s preface: “Finding that place where beaut... By Katy B. Olson

Ellie Cullman on teamwork, new work and design

book review | October 6, 2017
Cullman & Kravis’s Ellie Cullman several years ago adopted an innovative, collaborative business model: Each of the firm’s execs manages her own team. Today, Cullman is launching both a new book, From Classic to Contemporary: Decorating With Cullman & Kravis, her third published by The M... By Katy B. Olson

Hot off the press: a roundup of the latest design books

book review | September 28, 2017
Dive a little deeper into the design worlds of a 20th-century icon, a bohemian master, style visionaries, classical architects and more in EAL’s monthly roundup of the hottest design tomes. The Authentics: A Lush Dive Into the Substance of Style by Melanie Acevedo and Dara Caponigr... By Taylor Barker

Anniversary tome celebrates 10 years of Holiday House

book review | September 7, 2017
Just in time for Holiday House’s 10th anniversary, Iris Dankner’s new book, Holiday House: Ten Years of Decorating for a Cure, will be published this November. The book chronicles 10 years of design by over 70 interior designers and is published by Pointed Leaf Press. A portion of the proceeds f... By Taylor Barker
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