Best Ugly: Restaurant Concepts and Architecture by AvroKO

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    How did the James Beard award-winning design and architecture team AvroKO become one of the hottest restaurant design firms in Manhattan? They start with a concept, which blossoms to images, ideas, colours, and objects. One of the design lexicons that stuck with the design team is "best ugly" - a term that AvroKO came across when traveling together in China. The oxymoronic yet interesting term is used to describe something that is beautiful and charming in an offbeat, awkward, and obtuse sort of way. In their design book, "Best Ugly", the thirtysomething design team of best friends shows readers how each idea and concept can be integrated into a sophisticated design touch. For anyone interested in design, restaurants, architecture, or sexy photography, "Best Ugly" is a visual feast.

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    Number of Pages: 256
    Format(s): Hardback - ISBN: 9780061136931
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    Listed in: Public buildings: civic, commercial, industrial, etc, Professional interior design
    Publishers: HarperCollins, ReganBooks, Harper Design International

    Books by Avroko

    Hardback

    RRP: £25.00

    Sale Price: £17.46

    Save: £7.54 per copy!

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