Studio Indigo: Architecturally Creative Interiors
Mike Fisher and Nicolò Favaretto Rubelli
Published to accompany the exhibition Objects of Desire: Surrealism and Design 1924 – Today, this book celebrates Surrealism’s enduring legacy. It features groundbreaking fashion by Mary Katrantzou and Dior, as well as British artists and designers, including Tim Walker, Jonathan Trayte and Vince Fraser. Alongside essays by leading experts, such as Ghislaine Wood and Alyce Mahon, are interviews with practitioners who are carrying the torch of Surrealism today, including Viviane Sassen, Dunne & Raby and the Campana Brothers. The book concludes with a glimpse into some of the recent forms of art and resistance the movement has inspired, such as Afro-Surrealism, as well as the surprising connections between Surrealist thinking and one of the most contentious technological developments of our time: artificial intelligence.
Contributors: Glenn Adamson, Yasmina Atta, Blaise Aguera y Arcas, Susanna Brown, Campana Brothers, Dunne & Raby, Alyce Mahon, Justin McGuirk, Priya Khanchandani, Viviane Sassen, Ayoola Solarin, Ghislaine Wood, Najla El Zein
Studio Indigo is an award winning collective of dynamic architects and talented interior designers with a worldwide reputation for creating seamlessly integrated architectural and interior designs. Mike Fisher is the architect behind the award-winning firm Studio Indigo. This specialist studio has gone from strength to strength since its foundation in 2005, garnering a reputation for creating timelessly elegant yet luxurious spaces that tell their own story while also taking into account the building’s location and heritage. With a diverse and highly acclaimed portfolio encompassing both residential and commercial properties, including luxury yachts, planes, hotels, restaurants, and offices, this trailblazing multi disciplinary practice is paving the way for the future of integrated interior design.