Large-for­mat vol­umes de­liver the big pic­ture.

Belle - - Contents - Words JUDY PASCOE JAN­ICE HOGG

Books with a heart that aim to show the big­ger pic­ture.

AR­CHI­TECTS’ HOMES Ever won­dered what de­signs ar­chi­tects come up with for their own home, espe­cially when freed from the con­straints of client briefs? Rather than over-the-top show­pieces of the lat­est trends, many of the homes in this book have been though

MID­NIGHT MOD­ERN Mel­bourne pho­tog­ra­pher Tom Blach­ford’s beau­ti­ful ob­ses­sion with the modernist homes of Palm Springs has yielded this stun­ning new vol­ume of work shot over three years us­ing only the light of the full moon. Blach­ford’s moody images re­veal t

CRE­ATIVE LIV­ING COUN­TRY This book of­fers an in-depth view into the homes of 25 artists, de­sign­ers and other cre­atives – in­clud­ing pho­tog­ra­phers, fab­ric de­sign­ers, pot­ters and mu­si­cians – who are lead­ing a tree change from the city into the UK coun­try­side,

ART HOUSE With her main col­lab­o­ra­tor, de­signer Gary Hutton, art col­lec­tor and mu­seum pa­tron Chara Schreyer has spent the past 40 years fur­nish­ing her five homes in the Bay area of Cal­i­for­nia. Art­works from her grow­ing 600-piece col­lec­tion take pride of pl

YVES SAINT LAU­RENT A young Paloma Pi­casso clad in 1940s at­tire she found at the fleamarkets of Paris was the likely muse who sparked de­signer Yves Saint Lau­rent’s ‘Lib­er­a­tion’ col­lec­tion of Jan­uary 1971. The staid fash­ion press were scan­dalised at the sho

ROOFTOPS: IS­LANDS IN THE SKY The ul­ti­mate in high style, rooftop ter­races, bars, pools and pri­vate gar­dens of­fer respite from the den­sity of ur­ban liv­ing at ground level. From green oases in Man­hat­tan and Copen­hagen by such lu­mi­nar­ies as Jean Nou­vel and F

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