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- DescriptionRevered as one of the greatest decorators of the twentieth century, Alberto Pinto made his distinctive mark on the world of interior design thanks to his style, his extraordinary perception and understanding of locations and local cultures, and his perpetually renewed inspiration. Following in the master's footsteps, Cabinet Alberto Pinto continues to create exceptional interiors for its clients, transforming their dreams into reality, while preserving the founder's unrivaled precision in every element of design. This new volume presents the latest creations by the agency in its luxurious, comfortable, generous, and modern signature style. It provides a unique opportunity to discover singular interiors that have never been seen before - sumptuous hotels particuliers, lavish apartments, historical residences, and even a Middle Eastern palace - all of which reveal the quintessential Alberto Pinto style.
- Author BiographyAlberto Pinto (1945-2012) was one of the world's most eminent interior designers. Numerous monographs cover various aspects of his work. Anne Bony teaches, holds conferences, and has published numerous books on furniture and interior design and architecture. Hubert de Givenchy is a celebrated fashion designer who founded his eponymous haute couture house in 1952. Linda Pinto worked alongside her brother Alberto at the agency for more than thirty years and took the reins following his death.
- Author(s)Anne Bony,Hubert de Givenchy
- PublisherEditions Flammarion
- Date of Publication06/10/2016
- Place of PublicationParis
- Country of PublicationFrance
- Content Note191 colour illustrations
- Weight1840 g
- Width220 mm
- Height300 mm
- Spine28 mm
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