Ellie Stathaki
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What’s so unique about the houses of London? With row upon row of brick terraces, how do the capital’s most stylish people make their homes stand out? And how do those living in conversions amplify their craft to design interiors that are truly distinctive? 

House London showcases 50 of the most inspiring contemporary interiors in the city today. Created by some of the best designers, architects and creatives around, this book celebrates the amazing variety and vision that lies behind sometimes quite ordinary facades.

Writer Ellie Stathaki (of Wallpaper*) and photographer Anna Stathaki explore different interior styles and show the very best of London homes – from the surprising interiors of humble terraces, to extraordinary conversions showcasing the height of luxury. Some homes will provide worthy inspiration, and others a level of drama most of us can only dream of.

With beautiful photography throughout, each home draws on something uniquely ‘London’ and supporting text profiles home owners, architects and designers and highlights the architectural bones that make up the home.

This book will be a must have for anyone who loves snooping around beautiful homes, or looking for design inspiration. 

Format Hardcover Book 256 Pages
ISBN 9780711267428
Size9.25 in x 11.42 in / 235.00 mm x 290.00 mm
Published Date September 6th, 2022
Ellie Stathaki

Ellie Stathaki is Architecture Editor at Wallpaper* magazine. She trained as an architect at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki and studied architectural history at the Bartlett in London. After a brief time in architecture practice, she focused on architecture journalism. She has contributed to Blueprint, Financial Times and the Guardian; co-authored New Modern House: Redefining Functionalism (Laurence King, 2010), Todd Saunders: Architecture in Northern Landscapes (Birkhauser, 2012), and The Contemporary House (Thames & Hudson, 2018); authored the Wallpaper* City Guides for Antwerp and Athens; and curated or co-curated exhibitions in London, Athens and Milan.

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