Feeling Home. Droulers
[English & Italian]
Edited by Matteo Bianchi
Distrubuted by Trans-Atlantic Publications Inc.
208 pages, Illustrated
Nathalie trained at the Polytechnic of Milan and took his first steps as an architect in New York at Clodagh Design. Virginie graduated from the Parsons School of Design, experimenting in the studio Berenter Greenhouse Webster and his passion for graphics. In 2000 he returned to Milan based study Droulers Architecture and begin to deal with international projects. Their style leads to a refinement of materials and details that can make the spaces in which they operate the timeless places. The firm works with craftsmen who handed down from generations of knowledge and craftsmanship that distinguish Italy has always been: the glassworks in Murano, the Florentine bronzes, wood Lombards, woven fabrics, marble. The volume returns the value and sophistication with large-format images taken by photographer Peter Savorelli specially designed to document the projects in Cannes, Cortina, London, Milan and New York.
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