Inside Africa. South & West (1 volume)
Deidi Von Schaewen (Fotografia | Photographer), Frederic Couderc e | and Laurence Dougier (Textos | Contributors)
Taschen GmbH, 2006
Capa dura com ilustração editorial | Hardcover with pictorial illustrated boards | Couverture rigide reliée et illustrée.
464 páginas | pages. 24.6 x 4.5 x 32.3 cms.
1ª Edição | 1ere edition | First edition.
ISBN-10 : 3822848174
ISBN-13 : 978-3822848173
Papel de alta qualidade | Papier d’haute qualité | High quality paper
Profusamente Ilustrado | Profusely Illustrated | Abondamment ilustré
Livro em muito bom estado | Book in very good + condition | Condition: très bon état.
Idioma | Language: Inglês | English | Anglais
Idioma | Language: Alemão | German | Allemand
Idioma | Language: Francês | French | Français
Aims to capture the beauty and diversity of African living.
We’ve searched far and wide, through Africa’s deserts and jungles, cities and wildlife reserves, islands and mountains, to uncover the continent’s most inspirational dwellings; our goal was to find the kind of interiors that defy description, and we think the results will definitely leave you speechless. Nestled within these pages, you’ll find lush modern homes mingling with mud huts, funky artists’ studios, elegant lodges, minimalist houses, ornate traditional homes, townships and much more – all lovingly built and decorated with sensitivity, creativity, craftsmanship, individuality, and sensuality. “Inside Africa” captures the beauty and diversity of African living.
This work is beautifully bound with an African tribal motif cloth cover. The highlights include: an ultra-modern home in the sprawling hills overlooking Johannesburg; ornately painted Kassena huts on the border between Burkina Faso and Ghana; an opulent Emir’s palace in Nigeria with eye-popping colorful details on the cathedral-like ceilings; nomads’ Moorish tents in the Sahara; and, a majestic mansion on a vineyard in South Africa. The countries featured are: Benin, Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Ghana, Ivory Coast, Mali, Mauritania, Niger, Nigeria, Senegal, South Africa, and Togo.