A luxurious presentation of the works by prominent Mexican interior designer Sofía Aspe, known for creating unique spaces that balance eclectic character with contemporary eras. This is the second monograph, and first with Rizzoli, in English dedicated to this prominent Mexican interior designer. Richly illustrated, it captures Aspe's unique and eclectic style, where modern and contemporary unite in a harmonious mixed equilibrium of approaches and eras, generating spaces filled with timeless character. The book's visual narrative provides a comprehensive and intimate view of the designer and her work. Superbly photographed, Aspe's projects are showcased one after another in a bold and innovative design, alternated with brief booklets providing an intimate perspective about the designer and her sources of inspiration. These booklets are further enriched with quotes from the designer about her work, her creative process, and the backstage thinking that leads to the final design outcome. This exquisite book offers a glimpse into the process of Aspe's world of interiors, from the international artists and local artisans she works with, to her country's radiant colors and picturesque charm and her global reach. Reflective of Aspe's exceptional creativity, this beautifully packaged book will feature a cloth cover with a printed textile. This collection of private interiors is a must-have for the curious, admirers of contemporary design, and art collectors.
Author: Sofia Aspe Publisher: Rizzoli International Publications Published: 09/14/2021 Pages: 416 Binding Type: Hardcover Weight: 7.50lbs Size: 12.90h x 10.60w x 1.80d ISBN: 9788891830944
About the Author Sofía Aspe founded her design studio Sofía Aspe Interiorismo (SAI) in Mexico City in 2012. This all-woman studio has delivered 120 residential, corporate and commercial projects and is currently working on 33 new projects, mainly in Mexico, the U.S, Spain and Israel.
Cristina Morozzi is an Italian designer and fashion critic and editor, curator of exhibitions and books, and former director of Modomagazine.