"Stylistically, Salvagni is an avowed modernist; his work displays an elegant economy of means that is utterly contemporary," writes Pilar Viladas. "Yes, his work consistently bears the weight of history - not in overt references, but in its material richness, impeccable craftsmanship, and deeply layered narrative."
In the seventeen years since Achille Salvagni founded his design practice in Rome, the architect and designer has become known for his luxurious interiors, including apartments in New York and Palm Beach, a flat overlooking Holland Park in London, and his own apartment in Rome. He has become one of the world's pre-eminent designers of interiors, for which he has won numerous awards. His limited-edition furniture, lighting, and object designs are sought after both by collectors and by his fellow designers for their own projects.
This is the first monograph on Salvagni, with his best projects organised thematically instead of chronologically. With chapters on Craftsmanship, Heritage, Narrative, Harmony, and Colour - among other themes - this monograph will enlighten as well as delight.