Interiors, Architecture, and Landscapes
Author: Miguel Flores-Vianna
About the Book:
A glorious, intimate homage to this magical country from bestselling photographer and writer Miguel Flores-Vianna
A land immortalized by poets for its otherworldly beauty, Greece is the birthplace of iconic monuments that are known the world over. Yet, at the same time, it is also home to an organic architectural language, the product of centuries of rural and island lifestyles, an heir both to the timelessness of classical architecture and the simplicity of rustic living. This stunning volume chronicles Flores-Vianna‘s photographic odyssey through the beautiful Greek landscape, showcasing the homes of those who liver there today, from the sophisticated residences of fashion designers and the simple yet elegant homes of olive growers, to boutique hotels, futuristic public architecture, museum treasures, and breathtaking scenery, bathed in the glow of ethereal light.
A self-confessed ‘Hellenophile‘ who has visited Greece countless times since his childhood, Flores-Vianna invites us to join him in paying tribute to his beloved adopted nation, capturing the character and patina of this enchanting country through his trademark intimate, atmospheric photography, and allowing his armchair-travel companions to be transported there through his lens.
About the Author:
Miguel Flores Vianna has been a photographer, writer, and editor for more than 20 years. He is the author of the bestselling Haute Bohemians, selected as the design book of the year by the New York Times T magazine, and A Wandering Eye: Travels with My Phone. His photography has been featured in a number of other books, including Near and Far by Lisa Fine, Décors Barbares by Nathalie Farman-Farma, and At Home by Isabel Lopez Quesada, and he is a regular contributor to magazines such as Cabana and AD. He lives in London.