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Inspirations From France And Italy

Author : Betty Lou Phillips
ISBN : 1423602056
Genre : Architecture
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Celebrates the old world of French and Italian design in decor by presenting photographs of interiors, close-ups of individual pieces, and advice on ways to create an inviting and international setting in one's home.
Category: Architecture

Inspirations From France Italy

Author : Betty Lou Phillips
ISBN : 9781423621591
Genre : Design
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In this luxurious new book, best-selling author and acclaimed interior designer Betty Lou Phillips presents fresh and inspiring design ideas from France, Italy, England, Portugal, and beyond, bringing old-world artistry to uptown European glamour. With a chic blend that is traditional yet edgy-and perfect for today's choice-driven design aesthetic-Phillips' eighth book caters to sophisticated and wide-ranging tastes, bringing home the warmth of the Tuscan countryside and the vibrant colors of the Mediterranean. Luscious color images illustrate how to create an elegant and well-appointed space in a distinctively personal style.
Category: Design

Economic Thought And Institutional Change In France And Italy 1789 1914

Author : Riccardo Soliani
ISBN : 9783319253541
Genre : Business & Economics
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This book explores the relationship between economic thought, proposals for reform of political institutions, and civil society in the period between the rise to power of Napoleon and the eve of the First World War in Italy and France – two countries with a similar cultural and political tradition and with personal mobility of the intellectual class. The first section of the book is devoted to the struggle for identity, justice, and liberty, including its economic dimensions. The relation between political and economic freedom and its effect on equity is then addressed in detail, and the third, concluding section focuses on the intellectual and political conflict between the social visions of liberalism and socialism in some of their various forms, again with consideration of the economic implications. The comparative nature of the analysis, combined with its interdisciplinary approach to the history of economic and political thought and social history, will enable the reader to understand more clearly the historical evolution of each country and the relevant contemporary political and economic issues.
Category: Business & Economics

Electronic Inspirations

Author : Jennifer Iverson
ISBN : 9780190868192
Genre : Music
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For a decimated post-war West Germany, the electronic music studio at the WDR radio in Cologne was a beacon of hope. Jennifer Iverson's Electronic Inspirations: Technologies of the Cold War Musical Avant-Garde traces the reclamation and repurposing of wartime machines, spaces, and discourses into the new sounds of the mid-century studio. In the 1950s, when technologies were plentiful and the need for reconstruction was great, West Germany began to rebuild its cultural prestige via aesthetic and technical advances. The studio's composers, collaborating with scientists and technicians, coaxed music from sine-tone oscillators, noise generators, band-pass filters, and magnetic tape. Together, they applied core tenets from information theory and phonetics, reclaiming military communication technologies as well as fascist propaganda broadcasting spaces. The electronic studio nurtured a revolutionary synthesis of science, technology, politics, and aesthetics. Its esoteric sounds transformed mid-century music and continue to reverberate today. Electronic music--echoing both cultural anxiety and promise--is a quintessential Cold War innovation.
Category: Music

Villa Decor

Author : Betty Lou Phillips
ISBN : 1586851748
Genre : Architecture
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In her newest book, Villa Décor, Betty Lou Phillips discusses how to mix styles, furnishings, inspirations, and colors from different eras and locations to create the looks for which the French and Italian people are known-wisps of elegance, hints of regal color, textures that delight and inspire.
Category: Architecture

The French Way With Design

Author : Betty Lou Phillips
ISBN : 142363506X
Genre : Architecture
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A new look is emerging in France's apartments as well as in its imposing chateaux and country manors. Along with signature pieces of national identity--such as finely crafted wood pieces, splendid mirrors, and grandmère's well cared for linens--European mid-century modern furnishings also adorn settings in this age of merging sensibilities. Homes photographed in France and the U.S. show abstract works of art mingling easily with painted furniture, budget-friendly finds from assorted cultures--such as wool rugs and handembroidered linens from India--and pottery, artisan-made pillows, throws and vintage textiles from remote markets in Morocco. BETTY LOU PHILLIPS, ASID, is the author of a dozen books on French design, including her most recent, The Allure of French and Italian Décor, French Impressions and Inspirations from France and Italy. Ms. Phillips lives in Dallas, Texas.
Category: Architecture

French Impressions

Author : Betty Lou Phillips
ISBN : 1423604563
Genre : Design
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Phillips presents spirit-lifting takes on classic style from a modern point of view, as she creates twenty-first-century comfort with lasting French flair.
Category: Design

Food Lovers Guide To Massachusetts

Author : Patricia Harris
ISBN : 9781493006687
Genre : Travel
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The ultimate guide to the food scene in Massachusetts provides the inside scoop on the best places to find, enjoy, and celebrate local culinary offerings. Written for residents and visitors alike to find producers and purveyors of tasty local specialties, as well as a rich array of other, indispensable food-related information including: food festivals and culinary events; specialty food shops; farmers’ markets and farm stands; trendy restaurants and time-tested iconic landmarks; and recipes using local ingredients and traditions.
Category: Travel