• Hardback
  • 259 illustrations
  • 192 pages
  • 260 x 260 mm
  • ISBN 9781856695008
  • Published September 2007

Interior design for restaurants is ever-changing, as one trend replaces another in attempt to seduce sophisticated diners the world over. This book is a celebration of the most inspirational and beautiful restaurant spaces on the contemporary scene. An introduction includes interviews with 11 of the world's most influential interior designers, who talk about their design philosophy and approach, their favourite eateries and what makes a great restaurant space. This is followed by four themed chapters: Global Views, Modern Classic, New Baroque and High Concept. The 45 featured projects include work by Patrick Jouin, Christian Liaigre, Karim Rashid and Jean Nouvel. Fans of Bethan Ryder's earlier books will not be disappointed by this colourful and exciting new survey of the latest trends from the cream of the international design world.

About the Author

Bethan Ryder is a London-based writer specializing in design and leisure topics, in particular bars, restaurants, hotels and clubs. Her other books include Restaurant Design (Laurence King, 2004).

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