The interiors edit takes you into the homes and studios of style pioneers around the globe.
Founder and photographer Ingrid Rasmussen, author of five interiors books including ‘Creative Living: London’, and ‘Ibiza Style’, captures these fascinating spaces, giving you a unique insight on how creative personalities live and work today.
Creative Living London by Ingrid Rasmussen and Emily Wheeler offers an exclusive peek inside the personal spaces of London’s most inspirational creative talents.
From a mews cottage in Camden to a converted jam factory in Bermondsey, Creative Living London explores the city’s rich mix of living spaces and takes the reader behind the closed doors of celebrated creatives. Includes Ally Capellino, Sebastian Conran, Marc Newson and Charlotte Stockade, JamesPlumb and Neisha Crosland as well as dozens of up and coming artists, designers and makers.
Don’t read this book unless you want a serious dose of decorator envy – The Evening Standard
London’s creative credentials are the envy of the world, and the uniquely quirky, eccentric style and independent spirit of its residents have ensured the city’s reputation as the capital of edgy cool.
With its renowned fashion and art colleges, a thriving music industry and internationally respected arts institutions, London is home to some of the world’s most prominent artists, stylists and designers. How these energetic, talented people turn their creative vision into homes that are beautiful to look at and inspiring to live in is the theme of this book.