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Feeling HomeNathalie and Virginie Droulers

Feeling HomeNathalie and Virginie Droulers by Francesco Molteni,Pietro Savorelli, ISBN: 9788891812315
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ISBN: 9788891812315
Publisher: Mondadori Electa
Published: October 2017
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
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Feeling HomeNathalie and Virginie Droulers

An updated edition of the original volume, this book conveys the constant search for beauty that drives the interior and architectural work of Nathalie and Virginie Droulers, two young Italian designers based in Milan. Known for their attention to space and light, as well as their expert use of sumptuous materials and details, the Droulers sisters style is defined by elegant Italian flair. A trained architect, Nathalie defines spaces, while Virginie focuses on complementary decor and finishes, such as Murano glass and Florentine bronze. Breathtaking photography captures sumptuous spaces across the globe, from Cannes and London to Milan and New York. This new expanded volume also features exclusive vacation homes in Cortina and St. Moritz, as well as new residences in Paris and London.

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