Pahlmann Book of Interior Design 1955

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Pahlmann Book of Interior Design 1955

115.00

1st edition 1955

William Pahlmann was no ordinary force in interior design. The eclectic Pahlmann look defined the 1950s. It was at once stylish, graceful and, to a certain extent, flamboyant for its time. Its vision and reach were panoramic.
Critics characterized the Pahlmann style as everything from "daredevil" to "lighthearted luxury" to "extravagant, sometimes outrageous." Pahlmann himself described his often astonishing mixtures of unrelated styles and periods and his palette of saturated and frequently clashing colors as "modern Baroque." The American Institute of Interior Designers asserted that "except for Elsie de Wolfe, no one has influenced American home decoration more than Mr. Pahlmann."

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