|Catriona Gray. Barbara Hulanicki, foreword.|
|Pages/Publication Date:||240 / 2014|
As the 1950s gave way to the 60s, the sleek modernism of coordinated (and expensive) designer interiors was eclipsed by a more youthful, bohemian style. New designers like Mary Quant, Bridget Riley, David Bailey, and Barbara Hulanicki of Biba experimented with bold colors and textures, wildly eclectic yet harmonious pieces, and patterns on top of patterns. Working for House & Garden, midcentury modern enthusiast Catriona Gray stumbled across the magazine's extensive archives and found a riot of design inspiration. Here she leads us room by room through the 1960s, showing how interior design evolved alongside pop culture and fashion.