JANSEN DECORATION, Jean Leveque, Antoinette Berveiller, Gerard Bonal & G. Van Der Kemp

Société d'Études et de publications Économiques, 1971. Hardcover. 240 pages. 29,5 x 26 cm. Text in French & English. Used. VG · Shelf wear to jacket, loss repaired to top of spine and forecorners (as shown) and vertical mark to front endpaper. The Jansen decoration book is a stunning work of art that showcases the exquisite taste and expertise of one of the most renowned interior design firms of the 20th century. Created by Maison Jansen, a French interior design company founded in 1880, this book offers a comprehensive look at the firm's decorative arts from the 1920s to the 1980s. This great book is a masterpiece of design, featuring beautifully crafted illustrations and photographs of the firm's most iconic projects. From the opulent interiors of grand palaces to the chic and modern apartments of the world's elite, this book offers a glimpse into the exclusive world of Jansen's high-end clientele. This is a visual feast for the eyes and also a valuable resource for anyone interested in the history of interior design and decorative arts. The book provides detailed information on the firm's design philosophy, as well as insights into the techniques and materials used in their creations. Readers will also find practical tips and advice on how to incorporate Jansen's timeless style into their own homes. From selecting the right colors and fabrics to arranging furniture and accessories, this book offers a wealth of information on how to create a space that is both stylish and functional. In short, the Jansen decoration book is a must-have for anyone interested in the world of interior design and the art of decoration. It is a testament to the enduring beauty and elegance of Jansen's designs, and a celebration of the firm's legacy as one of the most influential interior design firms of the 20th century.