New Designers Guild Book: Meeting Tricia Guild

November 20, 2013 0

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Last week I was invited to attend the launch party of Tricia Guild’s latest book ‘Colour Deconstructed’ or ‘Colour Farbräume’ in German. The event was held at the German headquarters of Designers Guild in Munich (their third European branch after London and Paris). The rush of people was incredible, we literally rubbed shoulders in the Designers Guild showroom. An interesting mix of creative people, businessmen and journalists was enriched by a small bunch of bloggers, that is my friends and I. 


Tricia Guild was not only the star of the evening, she also was the glamorous dash of extravaganza that makes an evening a soirée de luxe. She enchanted the crowd in a flashy red dress and took over the stage for a first hand introduction to her new book. She took us on a virtual colour trip through her book – we learned about her inspiration that she gathers on her numerous voyages, her passion for vibrant colours and the power of neutrals like grey to work as calming backgrounds. 


‘Colour Deconstructed’ is structured in colour chapters. Every colour theme is introduces by inspirational photography from travels, nature and people, while the subsequent pages give a more detailed insight into the use of every colour scheme in interiors. Here comes the full power of Designers Guild to the foreground. The layering of colours and patterns transforms rather dull or boring rooms into aesthetic interiors. And the wizard behind all of it is the impeccable Tricia Guild. No need to say that I queued to get my copy signed and she did it with such a wonderful remark – I was blushing a little bit!


If you feel inspired to set off to a colorful journey by flipping through the new book, you can order the English version here and the German version here.


Here’s to colours!

Photography by Igor Josifovic
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  • Reply Angelika Leśniak November 21, 2013 at 09:05

    Super! Das kauf ich mir, wenn ich in D bin. Danke für den Tip!!!
    Angelika

  • Reply Angelika Leśniak November 21, 2013 at 09:07

    Aha, beinahe hätte ich’s vergessen: was für eine wunderbare Frau!

    • Reply Igor Josifovic November 21, 2013 at 09:32

      Oh ja, die war wirklich “betörend” 🙂 Wo bist Du denn gerade?

    • Reply Angelika Leśniak November 21, 2013 at 12:38

      Ich wohne seit 15 Jahren in Polen, bin aber Deutsche! So ist das bei mir 🙂

    • Reply Igor Josifovic November 21, 2013 at 12:42

      Oh spannend, wußte ich gar nicht, obwohl der Nachname hätte mich in die richtige Richtung leiten können:-)

  • Reply Anette November 21, 2013 at 09:24

    Schön war´s bei Tricia Guild und die Fotos wie immer perfekt….bist ja auch ein Held… 😉 lg Anette

    • Reply Igor Josifovic November 21, 2013 at 09:33

      Haha ja, ja, aber ich bin ein glücklicher Held, weil ich so tolle Blog-Heldinnen auch immer an meiner Seite hab bei solchen Events!! P.S. Die Buchfotos sind die ersten Fotos, die ich mit Kunstlicht bei mir zuhause geschossen hab. Das war ein K(r)ampf!

  • Reply Filipek 70 November 21, 2013 at 10:16

    oh she is colour specialist I see :)) the dress make her look !!!!because first what I’ve thought …what a beautiful woman !!!!!greetings !!!! and she is clever too :))))don’t blush !!!:)))))

    • Reply Igor Josifovic November 21, 2013 at 10:20

      She is very very beautiful indeed! And a real colour expert!

  • Reply Filipek 70 November 21, 2013 at 10:17

    makes grammar will kill me !!!!

  • Reply un23 ilaria November 21, 2013 at 10:45

    Love this book and to see your pictures makes me want to leaf through it again 🙂 xxi

  • Reply Galina November 23, 2013 at 14:23

    I in love in her fabric and wallpaper.
    Thanks

  • Reply Holly November 24, 2013 at 16:44

    Fabulous! Book looks really great, pinned it to my list 😉

    Xx.

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