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Still: The Slow Home

Natalie Walton

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Hardie Grant Books
01 May 2020
Industrial: Commercial Art & Design; Interior design, decor & style guides
Stillinvites readers to take on the philosophy of the SLOW movement: Living Sustainable. Local. Organic. And Whole. Our homes are ideally placed to support and promote this philosophy, through everything from the materials we source in construction to how we fit-out and furnish them. The choices we make don't have to be at the expense of creating a space that feels warm and welcoming, though. Instead, it can actually make us feel better about how and where we live. This beautiful book explores the homes of twenty people from around the world - across four continents and thirteen countries - enlightening readers as to why they chose the SLOW path and how it has benefitted their lives. There is no one way, but many paths that are leading to more awareness and a greater conversation.

Still is the follow-up to Natalie Walton's highly successful first title This is Home, and once again features location photography by Chris Warnes.
By:   Natalie Walton
Imprint:   Hardie Grant Books
Country of Publication:   Australia
Dimensions:   Height: 283mm,  Width: 216mm, 
Weight:   1.350kg
ISBN:   9781743795705
ISBN 10:   174379570X
Pages:   248
Publication Date:   01 May 2020
Audience:   General/trade ,  ELT Advanced
Format:   Hardback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Natalie Walton is a designer and creative director who is focused on a simple idea - reclaiming the true beauty of our lives. As founder of Imprint House, a design studio based in Byron Bay, Australia, she brings this philosophy to life. Together with her team, she creates genuine and atmospheric interiors, meaningful products that embrace the principles of SLOW living and emotional connections to story, for brands and businesses through her range of courses, including The Styling Masterclass. These ideas are distilled in her first book This is Home: The Art of Simple Living.

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