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Nest magazine: A complete run

Nest magazine: A complete run


This is a COMPLETE RUN, (including the elusive first issue) not only full of interesting reading, but it also has a very decorative presence on the shelf, all the spines being yellow. Many issues have special shapes or features. Includes articles on Diana Vreeland's apartment at 550 Park Avenue. Gingerbread wallpaper. Sao Schlumberger's belle epoque Paris House, decorated by Gabhan O'Keefe. AA rooms. Villa Niscemi, early home of Fulco di Verdura. Stettheimer Dollhouse. Scott Burton. William Beckford and Fonthill Abbey. Paul Rudolph's Beekman Place. Aiden Shaw. Alfredo Rodriguez Arias. Lisa Zeiger. Bernard Cache. Ed Leedskalin. Lucy Ricardo, decorator. Louise Bourgeois. San Francisco Columbarium. Beryl Bainbridge. Leona Helmsley. Buckingham House after Nash. Pierre Pozzi's apartment. The Flemish Primitives. Paulin Paris's chateau. Balthus at home. Private detective. Hiroshima Design. Andy Coolquitt. Althorp, the Spencer family's ancient seat in Northamptonshire. Aiden Shaw's apartment. Antti Lovag. Leipzig. Benares photographed by Robert Polidori. Monticello. The Hollywood home of Mrs Edie Goetz, decorated by Billy Haines. "A Tale of New York" by John Banville. St Helen Cafe in Williamsburg. Neo Rauch. Jeff Koons. Mario Bellini's townhouse. Gae Aulenti. Todd Oldham & Matthew Stadler. Renzo Mongiardino. Pierre et Gilles. Garouste and Bonetti. Sophie Hadida. Rosemarie Trockel wallpaper. Mario Buatta and Simon Dance. Pauline Potter de Rothschild. Paul Laszlo. Donald Judd. Carlo Mollino. David Lynch's furniture. Philip Agee and Stephen Penkowsky. Simon Doonan. Thomas Devenish. Unabomber. Todd Oldham. Dennis Smith. Patti Smith's home. Roberto Gabetti & Aimaro Isola. Simon Doonan visits Tony Duquette. Dale Chihuly. Philip Johnson's Leonardt House. Francis Bacon's studio. Robert Wilson's loft. Michael Bell. Henri Samuel at ninety. Julie Newmar. Christian Berard. Visionary space stations. Jakob Guttmann. Marc-Andre Hubin's Paris apartment designed by Gaetano Pesce. Nina Katchadourian. The home of Fred Hughes. Garouste and Bonetti. Vince Aletti's apartment. Peter J. Gomes. Fulvio Ferrari's summer house. Russel Wright house. Patti Smith visits ailing Paul Bowles. The Rothschilds at Waddeson Manor. Coll-Part. Haunted houses in Los Angeles. Sultan Sadiq Muhammad Khan's sleeping quarters. Peter Wheelwright. Roy McMakin. Richard Tuttle. Navy Submarine. Tiffany rooms at the White House. Liberace. Matt Aquilone's window display, by Simon Doonan. Includes: Andree Putnam by herself. Polo Ralph Lauren. John Pawson in Tunis. Growing up in a Paul Rudolph house in Alabama. Williamsburg. John Waters. Julian Schnabel Decorator. Hardy Amies. Chateau de Groussay by Clive Aslet. The South London house of Julie Verhoeven and Fabio Almeida. Eva Zeisel. Nan Goldin. Samuel Mockbee. Mario Buatta on the living room. Andre Leon Talley's hospital room. Karl Lagerfeld's two-bedroom Paris apartment. Christopher Gibbs house in Morocco. Leigh Bowery's council flat. Robert Morris-Nunn. Proust's bedroom. Houghton Hall. Todd Oldham's treehouse. Mrs De Menil's liquor closet by Edward Albee. David Hicks by his daughter. Lindisfarne, home of Sir Edwin Lutyens, by John Banville. John Waters. Window display. Les Harris. Toni Cordero. Victoria & Albert Museum. "The philosophy of furniture" by Edgar Allen Poe. Amsterdam's Black Tulip Hotel. Ennemlaghi, Ltd. Cesar Manrique. Roy Lichtenstein's Studio. Andrew McIntosh Patrick. Rebecca Purcell. David Sylvester. Toiletry. The Flemings, the home of Angus McBean. Elizabeth Garouste and Mattia Bonetti design the Woo Apartment House in Hong Kong. Paolo Calia. Andy Warhol interiors. Ellsworth Kelly. Marlene Dietrich's apartment photographed by David Seidner. Cy Twombly's home photographed by Horst. Sol Lewitt. Tyntesfield, 'the greatest Victorian Estate left in England'. Dial House, home of the Crass anarchic collection. Bonnettstown by Andrew Bush. Jack Lenor Larsen. Jim Zivic. Picasso & Alice B. Toklas. Coca Cola. Philippe Starck. Atget's photographs of Parisian interiors. Chinese Hakka compounds. Mrs Palmer Potter's castle in Chicago. Queen Elizabeth II. Hubert Le Gall. Levittown. Lockwood de Forest's Indian house on East Tenth Street. Camp Nest. Biosquat. Tucson's Biosphere. William Faulkner's Rowan Oak retreat. Jacqueline Bouvier's teeth. All 26 in very good condition. Nest: A Quarterly of Interiors was published from 1997 to 2004, with a run of 26 issues. The first issue was Fall 1997, and the second issue was Fall 1998. After that it was published more regularly- Winter '98-'99, Spring '99, Summer '99, Fall '99, Winter '99-'00, and so on until Fall '04. Please email me for more images, information.PLEASE NOTE THAT WHILE DOMESTIC SHIPPING IS FREE, INTERNATIONAL SHIPPING WILL HAVE  EXTRA  CHARGES ADDED TO SHIP THIS HEAVY SET.
Holtzman, Joseph
Nest, 1997
paperback, very good condition


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