By The Book
DAVID SUTHERLAND spends his days immersed in design, so it’s no surprise that his library reflects his passion and his life’s work. “As with most people in the design industry I am a visual person. The prettier the picture, the more I believe about the product and the more likely I am to purchase something. Print books are educational and informative for me.” Here are some of his current favorites.
by Rose Tarlow
Inspired by memories of her beloved California childhood home Windrift, lost in a fire in 1970, renowned designer Rose Tarlow showcases her three current family homes—in Santa Barbara, Los Angeles, and Provence—preserving treasured memories for her own family as well as providing a master class in interior design.
As I See It: A Live in Detours
by Thomas A. Kligerman
The power of a mobile phone camera combined with the impeccable eye of architect Thomas Kligerman forms the global design story of As I See It. The images are curated into dynamic pairs meant to spark a conversation about the world and the different ways of seeing it.
by Rose Uniacke
A privileged chance to see interior designer Rose Uniacke’s work in the form of a private tour of her London home—the crucible for all her design ideas—in her first book, produced as a limited edition of 2,500 copies. This sumptuous volume, the first on the designer, has been conceived with Uniacke to her bespoke specifications and masterfully photographed by François Halard.
by Andrew Kotchen, Matt Berman
The first monograph from the award-winning architecture and design firm includes 20 projects with their unique blend of classic warmth and contemporary simplicity. From a modern yet cozy Manhattan pied- à-terre to a surprisingly streamlined Shingle Style compound on Nantucket, the projects strike an exquisite balance between architectural brilliance and decorative expressiveness.