Innovatively combining period and contemporary furniture and art in a sophisticated mix, the homes of Isabel López-Quesada are inspirational and unforgettable.
In At Home, the Spanish designer tells her own story. López-Quesada introduces her family and their traditions, and reveals her sources of inspiration—such as the work of earlier designers like Renzo Mongiardino and John Stefanidis. She relates how she transformed an abandoned wax factory in a leafy district of Madrid into her family home and atelier, and then recounts how she created a country home out of a run-down Basque farm in the hills outside of Biarritz, France.
Both the Madrid and Biarritz properties have been affectionately documented by Miguel Flores-Vianna, who has photographed interiors, patios, and gardens, as well as López-Quesada’s design studios.
About the Author
Isabel López-Quesada is a Spanish interior designer who has worked all over the world—throughout Spain and the Mediterranean, the United States, Japan, and the Caribbean.
About the Photographer
Miguel Flores-Vianna is an editor, writer, and photographer whose work is regularly published in T, Architectural Digest, Elle Decor, Cabana, Milieu, and Vogue, and featured in his book, Haute Bohemians.
Hardcover, 240 pages