Lars Sjöberg has made it his life's work to understand and preserve the Swedish manor houses of the 17th and 18th centuries. Here, exquisitely photographed by Ingalill Snitt, are the eight houses (and one church) that he has acquired over more than 40 years. The book focuses on Sjöberg's first, most complex project: the manor of Regnaholm. Unoccupied for about 40 years when Sjöberg arrived in 1966, it allowed him to experiment with interior decoration and refurnishing, copying old furniture, reweaving, and reprinting old fabric patterns. His other projects include Ekensberg, a three-story Italianate villa near Lake Mälaren, built in 1788-90, and Salaholm in Västergötland with a garden laid out in the first half of the 17th century. Odenslunda, a small manor from the 1770s with a panelled exterior and a säteritak or manor-house roof, is his family home, while Sörby, a scaled-down early 17th-century manor house, was reproduced in its entirety for an exhibition in Stockholm. Full of insight and inspiration, this is a deeply personal summary of everything Lars Sjöberg has learned in his years of working and living with classic Swedish interiors.
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Lars Sjöberg had a 36-year career at the National Museum in Sweden, and for many of those years he was Senior Curator in the Department of the Royal Castles Collections. During that time he worked on the exhibitions Empire Style, Thought and Form in Rococo and The Sun and the Polar Star(Stockholm and Paris). Since 1990 he has been a consultant onreproduction 18th-century furniture for the National Board ofAntiquities and IKEA. He is the author of over fifteen books,including The Swedish Room.Ingalill Snitt specializes in architecture and interior designphotography, and also directs television commercials. Herbooks of photography include Splendore di Sicilia, Swedish – Light,Shape, Architecture, Living in Norway and two with Lars Sjoberg:The Swedish Room and The Swedish House. Her work is regularlyfeatured in magazines including Elle, Marie Claire, Architectural Digest and The World of Interiors.Review:
* 'Inspiring images of rough-edged but strangely regal eighteenth-century farms. Poetic, accessible juxtapositions abound.' New York Times review of The Swedish Room.
With properties ranging from 17th century mansions to 19th century two-bedroom dwellings, this makes for an inspiring read.
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Descripción Frances Lincoln, 2010. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: New. Never used!. Nº de ref. de la librería P110711230889
Descripción Frances Lincoln, 2010. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: New. Brand New!. Nº de ref. de la librería VIB0711230889
Descripción Frances Lincoln, 2010. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: New. Reprint. Nº de ref. de la librería DADAX0711230889