Asian interior design
- About Author
There have been a plethora of books on Japanese architecture and design over the past several years but few have offered an overview of interior design throughout Asia. Each of the more than 400 four-color images featured in this compact volume take the reader on a wonderous journey through the remarkable interiors created by a wide range of both prominent and emerging architects. In this vast area, stretching from India and China, to Singapore, Korea, and Hong Kong, the editors introduce a variety of styles in which modernity coexists with tradition in a way that looks fresh and innovative. Architects such as Yung Ho Chang (China), Kay Ngee Tan (Singapore), Seung H-Sang (Korea), Gary Chang (Hong Kong), and Kengo Kuma, Nobuyuki Furuya, and Guen Bertheau-Suzuki (Japan) as well as "Architect Atelier" (India) illustrate that Asian architecture and interior design is truly the design of the future. The focus of the world’s attention is shifting to Asia and, in this book, you’ll learn why.