The Natural Home. (Hardcover)

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Influential art director and stylist Hans Blomquist starts off by exploring the essence of his style. In Texture, he revels in the textures and patinas of natural materials. Still Life reveals Hansa passion for creating displays that showcase treasured pieces, while Plants and Flowers celebrates the beauty of nature and the cycles of the natural world. Color presents his favorite earthy, natural color palette, which provides the perfect backdrop for hits of brighter natural hues. In the second part of the book, Homes, through a series of case studies, Hans explores houses and apartments that showcase the beautiful simplicity and elegance of the natural look.

About the Author

Hans Blomquist is an art director and stylist whose evocative, painterly style is highly sought after by many prestigious brands. Hans started out working for IKEA in Sweden and ended up art directing their catalogue. His other clients include Harrods, Marks & Spencer, John Lewis, H&M, and IKEA. Hans now lives in Paris.
Product Details
ISBN: 9781849752138
ISBN-10: 1849752133
Publisher: Ryland Peters & Small
Publication Date: April 5th, 2012
Pages: 159
Language: English



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