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Kinfolk Home, The Hardcover – 13 Oct 2015
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"Nathan Williams' first home-design book is as tightly curated as his wildly popular magazine, Kinfolk. The Kinfolk Home features 35 diverse residences across five continents, each with owners who have created environs that are authentic to their values and living style."
--C California Style Magazine
"Advice on creating homes that foster community, center on simplicity and allow for slow living."
"Although slow living may conjure up visions of sparsely furnished interiors, many here illustrate crowded bookshelves, art-filled walls, and rooms populated with children and pets in close to 300 color photographs. VERDICT This handsome volume filled with visuals and advice shows how to create an environment surrounded by meaningful objects and designed to facilitate the enjoyment of life."
About the Author
Nathan Williams is a Canadian creative director and entrepreneur based in Copenhagen. He is the author of The Kinfolk Table, The Kinfolk Home, and The Kinfolk Entrepreneur. He is also the founder of Kinfolk, a quarterly magazine that since 2011 has become a leading design authority, sold in over 100 countries and connecting a global community of creative professionals from London to Tokyo.
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Talking about the latter, I was amused at the amount of clichés that the book was filled with: “prepare your loose-leaf tea the night before”; “listen to Glenn Gould’s version of Bach’s Goldberg Variations”. It’s all well but do you really enjoy life when you constantly try so hard to pursue this ideal “bohemian bourgeois" lifestyle? At least the author is consistent when he cites famous authors of the past, the examples he uses were mostly individuals who came from wealthy families that allowed them the financial security to be “thinkers and writers” just like all the creative types photographed in the book.
To summarise: marvel at the photography and skip the inane or ‘try too hard to be pseudo-intellectual and creative type’ text.