Bringing aesthetic and literary charm to your tabletop, a stack of striking books can add a new sense of style into your reception or living room. From fashion, art, and fine dining, a coffee table book can be an indulgent way to enhance your inspiration and entertain guests. Whether you’re building a collection or amplifying it, we’ve uncovered the chicest coffee table books that are must haves for your home.
Created with Ford’s full cooperation to reflect his exceptional taste, Tom Ford by Tom Ford chronicles his transformation of Gucci, as well as his vision for the design of his brand including architecture, store design, and advertising. Featuring more than 200 photographs by iconically known fashion photographers from Richard Avedon, Mario Testino, Steven Meisel and Helmut Newton. This publication exquisitely dives deep into Ford's testament to a career of singular moments reinventing the boundaries of style and sensuality in clothing.
A complete collector’s edition, with only 1,947 copies, each signed by Piero Ferrari, offering unrestricted access to hundreds of unseen photographs from the Ferrari Achieves. Enclosed in an aluminium display case designed by Marc Newson, this encyclopaedic work features decades of the Italian powerhouse’s victories, past and future.
After four years of restoration, the legendary Ritz Paris on Place Vendôme has opened its doors with a renewed spirit. Evoking the dreams of Paris, Eternally Ritz reveals the vision behind César Ritz and his success of luxury, service and décor. This radiant volume presents elegant imagery illustrating the high society of guests and showcasing the impeccable work of designers Thierry W. Despont and Didier Beautemps.
This distinctive memoir of Windows at Tiffany & Co. offers a glimpse of history of the renowned Tiffany & Co. Fifth Avenue flagship window displays. From the groundbreaking work of Gene Moore, and the founder Charles Lewis Tiffany’s vision, this book presents the windows from the 20th century through the modern and inventive displays of today
The Impossible Collection of Wine - £775
Celebrating the virtues of rarity, terroir, taste, and historical mystique, in this remarkable addition of The Impossible Collection of Wine, Enrico Bernardo imagines the perfect cellar filled with the most exceptional wines of the twentieth century. Bernardo celebrates the most exquisite vintages from around the globe, taking the reader on an inviting journey through history.
Hamilton Terrace, NW8 - £22,500,000
Apartment 4, Oceanic House - £10,500,000
Cumberland Terrace, NW1 - £11,500,000
Great Queen Street , WC2 - £4,975,000