Modern English: Todhunter Earle Interiors Published By Thames Hudson
Modern English: Todhunter Earle Interiors by Helen Chislett - Published By Thames & Hudson
Founded by Emily Todhunter and Kate Earle in 1998 and based in Chelsea, London, the design studio Todhunter Earle is renowned for creating beautiful, sensitively considered interiors around the world. With a hugely diverse mix of projects, ranging from traditional country estates and uber-contemporary town houses to ski chalets, yachts, boutique hotels, and fashionable restaurants, one key element remains constant: their commitment to imbuing interiors with passion, dedication, and sensibility to place. Here, 18 projects showcase their extraordinarily varied catalogue of work, revealing the pivotal factors and challenges encountered on each design journey.
Divided into three main sections – Town, Country, and Abroad – the book includes overviews of each project, revealing the pivotal factors and challenges encountered on the design journey. It encapsulates Todhunter Earle’s instinctive approach: relaxed, unpretentious, and discreet interiors that whisper rather than shout, each one embodying the right feel for their clients. Including original photography from the studio’s own archives plus specially commissioned concept illustrations by renowned watercolorist Marianne Topham, Modern English Interiors is an inspirational book to be treasured by design enthusiasts and fellow professionals alike.
“This book encapsulates Todhunter Earle’s design ethos: creating striking interiors in sympathy with a building’s architecture.” – House & Garden