Monday, March 9, 2020

Inside Tangier

A book review from Tatler:
Inside Tangier is a look at the houses and gardens of this foreign land. It reveals the colours, patterns and aesthetic of the place; an aesthetic of arched, shapely walls, balcony views out to sea, patterned tiles and sun-sheltered enclaves that abound with leaves or cacti. 
Nicoló Castellini Baldiserra, the author, is the great-grandson of renowned Italian architect Piero Portaluppi and is a much admired global interior designer is his own right. He has lived in Tangier for over a decade and explains that, ‘the stories of these exceptional properties, and their unconventional inhabitants, provide a rare insight into the sometimes bohemian, sometimes extravagant, but always stylish, Tangerine lifestyle’. (Read more.)
Book available HERE.


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