Clodagh: Life-Enhancing Design
To be inside the innovative and holistic interiors of a Clodagh designed space is an experience that invokes feelings of tranquility and harmony. The mastermind behind Clodagh Design, her projects and products have been recognized with international accolades and awards, catapulting her to the top of the industry. Clodagh: Life-Enhancing Design takes you on a journey into her world. This inspirational monograph is an intimate invitation into the life and career of one of the world's most sought-after designers. Follow Clodagh as she revisits the evolution of her philosophy and design through the integral projects and moments that have shaped her career, while also discussing the future of her studio and the direction to which it is heading. Among the earliest feng shui practitioners, she reveals how the use of ancient and cutting-edge modalities in her unique design technique promotes comfort for not only the body but also for the mind and soul.
Take a step inside Clodagh's world, and witness how the principals of her signature style, "life-enhancing minimalism," have improved and inspired the many lives she has encountered through mindful design—and how these practices can enhance your own life.
About the Author:
Irish-born, New York City-based designer Clodagh, best known for her "Life-Enhancing Minimalism," passionately believes that good design supports well-being and can transform people's lives. She has undertaken many award-winning commercial andresidential projects, including the Landmarc restaurant at the Time Warner Center and The Caledonia in New York City, and Six Senses Douro Valley, which is featured on Condé Nast Traveler's 2017 Gold List. Her work has been widely published in top lifestyle publications, such as Travel + Leisure, Vanity Fair, and The New York Times. Clodagh is recognized as a leader in sustainable design for her authenticity in materials and use of natural elements that enrich her projects with unmistakable warmth, comfort, and beauty that appeal to all of the senses. She currently lives in Manhattan and Beacon, New York.
224 pages; 10 x 12"; jacketed hardcover;
280 4/c photographs