Large-format coffee table book, featuring over 300 stunning photos to showcase the best in contemporary design
Contemporary Design Review is a book about beautiful things—and an amazing opportunity to embark on a new journey every time you turn a page: to the most fascinating houses on this planet, to places with ideal light or to the world of outstanding interior design
Many-sided examples of the design of homes, gardens, as well as yachts providing lots of new impressions and inspiration
Product descriptions, inspiring photographs, and a behind-the-scenes look at the leading designers around the world
teNeues is proud to present this lush, large-format compendium of about 250 pages, showcasing the best and the most beautiful of contemporary design worldwide, from custom-made, one-of-a-kind luxury pieces to indispensable mass-market products.
Whether it’s a kitchen appliance or an elegant piece of furniture, great design combines form and function to make everyday life more enjoyable, aesthetically pleasing, and comfortable. Contemporary Design Review curates some of the finest contemporary designs around the globe across various design genres, from architecture to product design, to interior and garden design. We admire garden art, become acquainted with architectonic lighting designers and even abandon solid ground to marvel at the perfect design of a luxury yacht. And, of course, we also visit interior shops and showrooms. All the designs in the book are shown in careful detail, including rich product descriptions, as well as over 300 brilliant photographs. Lively behind-the-scenes profiles add a revealing perspective on the designers shaping our today and tomorrow. A treasure trove of sparkling treasures to inspire and inform design professionals and enthusiasts with style, elegance, and supreme performance!
Cindi Cook is a writer and publisher whose publications have appeared in The New York Times, The Huffington Post, Women’s Wear Daily, Tatler, Interior Design, Hamptons, Hampton’s Country, Allure, Conde Nast Traveler, The New York Post, and NYLON, as well as Manhattan File, TheHUB Detroit, and TheHUB Flint.
She directs the editorial production company CCC, was previously editor at New York Cottages & Gardens and their sister magazine Hamptons Cottages & Gardens and editor-in-chief of Hamptons. She has spent over two decades working in a variety of publishing industries, including the creation of six local and national magazines. She is currently writing the children’s book Josephine and the Yellow Umbrella and is working on a stage play. In addition, Cook has given lectures on working and career issues at Temple University, F.I.T., and the Woodhull Institute for Ethical Leadership. She lives between Paris and Detroit.