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May I come in? : discovering the world in other people's houses / Wendy Goodman.

By: Goodman, Wendy (Writer on design).
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: New York, New York : Abrams, 2018Copyright date: ©2018Description: 287 pages : colour illustrations ; 34 cm.Content type: text | still image Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781419732461; 1419732463.Subject(s): Interior decoration | Celebrities -- Homes and haunts | Interior decorators -- Homes and haunts | Fashion designers -- Homes and hauntsGenre/Form: Photobooks.DDC classification: 747 Summary: Includes photographs of the homes and studios of Richard Avedon, Donatella & Gianni Versace, Andrew Solomon & John Habich, Jean-Paul Goude, Vito Schnabel, Ruben & Isabel Toledo, Kitty Hawks & Larry Lederman, Howard Slatkin, Todd Oldham & Tony Longoria, Gloria Vanderbilt, Alba Clemente, Hutton & Ruth Wilkinson, Tony Duquette, Giovanni Russo, Valentino, Chris & Lisa Goode, Ronald van der Hilst, Fabrizio Ferri, Michael Henry Adams, Anne Slater, Herve Pierre, Tina Turner, Kenneth Jay Lane, Peter Marino, Steven Gambrel, Whoopi Goldberg, Daniel Romualdez, James Aguiar & Mark Haldeman, Brock Forsblom, Rosamond Bernier, Nicole de Vesian, Babs Simpson, Gray Foy, Amy Sedaris, Gene Meyer, Kehinde Wiley, Susanne Bartsch, Olek and others.Summary: Wendy Goodman has discovered and published stories on an astonishing array of private houses, notable for their character, personality, and flair, in her 30 years of design hunting. In 'May I Come In?' she visits more than 75 that capture and express their owners' spirit and passions. In this pantheon, imagination and originality hold sway: Artists and eccentrics are the equals of aristocrats and the mandarins of design, and every room has a story to tell. May I Come In? is profusely illustrated with superb images by leading interior photographers, as well as Goodman's own snapshots and memorabilia related to her quests. It is an irresistible visual record of the art of living by one of its most penetrating observers.
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Wendy Goodman has discovered and published stories on an astonishing array of private houses, notable for their character, personality, and flair, in her 30 years of design hunting. In May I Come In? she visits more than 75 that capture and express their owners' spirit and passions. In this pantheon, imagination and originality hold sway: Artists and eccentrics are the equals of aristocrats and the mandarins of design, and every room has a story to tell. May I Come In? is profusely illustrated with superb images by leading interior photographers, as well as Goodman's own snapshots and memorabilia related to her quests. It is an irresistible visual record of the art of living by one of its most penetrating observers.

Includes index.

Includes photographs of the homes and studios of Richard Avedon, Donatella & Gianni Versace, Andrew Solomon & John Habich, Jean-Paul Goude, Vito Schnabel, Ruben & Isabel Toledo, Kitty Hawks & Larry Lederman, Howard Slatkin, Todd Oldham & Tony Longoria, Gloria Vanderbilt, Alba Clemente, Hutton & Ruth Wilkinson, Tony Duquette, Giovanni Russo, Valentino, Chris & Lisa Goode, Ronald van der Hilst, Fabrizio Ferri, Michael Henry Adams, Anne Slater, Herve Pierre, Tina Turner, Kenneth Jay Lane, Peter Marino, Steven Gambrel, Whoopi Goldberg, Daniel Romualdez, James Aguiar & Mark Haldeman, Brock Forsblom, Rosamond Bernier, Nicole de Vesian, Babs Simpson, Gray Foy, Amy Sedaris, Gene Meyer, Kehinde Wiley, Susanne Bartsch, Olek and others.

Wendy Goodman has discovered and published stories on an astonishing array of private houses, notable for their character, personality, and flair, in her 30 years of design hunting. In 'May I Come In?' she visits more than 75 that capture and express their owners' spirit and passions. In this pantheon, imagination and originality hold sway: Artists and eccentrics are the equals of aristocrats and the mandarins of design, and every room has a story to tell. May I Come In? is profusely illustrated with superb images by leading interior photographers, as well as Goodman's own snapshots and memorabilia related to her quests. It is an irresistible visual record of the art of living by one of its most penetrating observers.