Dominic Bradbury is a writer and freelance journalist specializing in architecture and design. He has written over 20 books, including Mid-Century Modern Complete, The Iconic House, and The Iconic Interior. As a journalist he contributes to magazines and newspapers in the UK, US, Australia, and internationally, including The Financial Times, The Times, Telegraph, House & Garden, World of Interiors, Wallpaper, and Vogue Living.
Presents the most complete, in-depth global survey of mid-century modern residential architecture... [A] fascinating collection. -Aspire: Design and Home Magazine Profiles 400 glorious homes designed by 290+ architects in locations from Sydney to Sao Paolo, Chandigarh to Sheffield. With some 250 full-color images, the book showcases just how differently the style can be interpreted. -Cool Hunting Covers a lot of ground. -Connecticut Post Talk about travel inspo. -Conde Nast Traveler Online A lavish compendium. -The Los Angeles Times Page after page of the most visually arresting modernist homes around the world. Design porn for the most tasteful of coffee tables. -The New York Times Online Full of fabulous photos accompanied by pithy text, it's a joy to dip in and out of. -The Times LUXX Highlights the best architects and houses of this popular architectural style from around the world. -Homes & Antiques magazine What might just be one of the most comprehensive books ever to be published on the subject. -Architectural Digest Online This stately compendium of mid-century modern homes is a must-have for lovers of architecture and design. -Kirkus Reviews Simply stunning. -We Heart What might just be one of the most comprehensive books ever to be published on the subject. -Architectural Digest A weighty catalogue of the movement's giants and lesser-known gems. -Elle Decoration A great reference. -Architectural Record Page after page of the most visually arresting modernist homes around the world. Design porn for the most tasteful of coffee tables. -The New York Times