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Inside Tangier: Houses and Gardens

Nicolo Castellini Baldissera Guido Taroni Hamish Bowles



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Vendome Press
12 September 2019
Architecture; Interior design, decor & style guides
A white-walled city perched between Morocco and Europe, Tangier was long a haven for the literary and artistic avant-garde - and black sheep - of Europe and America. Now a new generation of residents are blending color, pattern, and taste to create an interior aesthetic all their own. Inside Tangier explores a selection of these exceptional properties and their eccentric inhabitants - from antiques dealer and collector Gordon Watson and cook and artist Soufian Lezaar to the late fashion designer Yves Saint Laurent and antiques dealer Christopher Gibbs - providing rare insights into the sometimes bohemian, sometimes extravagant, but always stylish Tangerine lifestyle.
By:   Nicolo Castellini Baldissera, Guido Taroni
Foreword by:   Hamish Bowles
Imprint:   Vendome Press
Country of Publication:   United States
Dimensions:   Height: 305mm,  Width: 235mm, 
Weight:   2.420kg
ISBN:   9780865653702
ISBN 10:   0865653704
Pages:   360
Publication Date:   12 September 2019
Audience:   General/trade ,  ELT Advanced
Format:   Hardback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Nicolo Castellini Baldissera is the great-grandson of renowned Italian architect Piero Portaluppi and an accomplished architect and interior designer in his own right. Based in London, he has had a home in Tangier for over a decade. Photographer Guido Taroni has collaborated with some of the most important fashion houses and contributed to leading fashion and interior design magazines. Taroni's first book The Interiors and Architecture of Renzo Mongiardino: A Painterly Vision was published in 2017 by Rizzoli. He lives in Milan.

Reviews for Inside Tangier: Houses and Gardens

It's the Moroccan city that has long attracted a bohemian class of folk from Europe and America. . . . This volume looks at some of the city's more recent inhabitants. . . . Readers learn fast while the city remains alluring. --Milieu

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