UNDERGROUND INTERIORS: DECORATING FOR ALTERNATIVE LIFE STYLES – NORMA SKURKA & OBERTA GILI

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UNDERGROUND INTERIORS: DECORATING FOR ALTERNATIVE LIFE STYLES – NORMA SKURKA & OBERTA GILI

85.00

First edition, published by Quadrangle Books, 1972

Underground; not necessarily subterranean, but avant-garde. In this book, Norma Skurka has uncovered many of the new and groundbreaking interiors of the early ‘70s, breaking away from the mould of the ‘60s but with no less panache. Whether it’s a young Karl Lagerfeld’s bedsit, complete with a mirrored bath aside his dining table, or Derek Jarman’s spacious London loft apartment, with hammocks and exposed beams, ‘Underground Interiors’ shows creative uses of space and materials, with innovative clashes of decoration styles. 

Condition: Very good dust jacket, with signs of wear. Near fine inner pages.

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