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 In the years since she founded her design firm in 2003, Nicole Hollis has become known for timeless interiors that elevate the human spirit. With an eye for poetic opposites, she combines comfort and luxury, light and shadow, texture and refinement. Her interiors show no cozy clutter, no riot of color, and no rush to embrace the latest trends. Inspired by imperfection, nature and craft, she designs spaces that tell an individual story. The tones and composition of furnishings and materials provide a subtle, tactile backdrop for paintings, found objects, and distinctive pieces.

An in-depth look into several of the most stellar examples of her work, NICOLEHOLLIS: CURATED INTERIORS features residences in city, country, and coastal settings that masterfully blend simplicity of line with organic complexity. A striking home in the Marin County town of Tiburon features natural materials and dramatic touches that embrace the property’s sweeping views of the San Francisco Bay. A Kona Coast property set on a lava field reimagines a Hawaiian open-plan sanctuary with a modern design scheme of rich textures, including lava-basalt floor tiles and coral wall blocks. A San Francisco pied-à-terre is an elegant contrast study in black and white, infused with historical nuances. These curated spaces are comprised of art, found objects, and bespoke furnishings that underscore Nicole’s appreciation of texture, craft, and nature.

In NICOLEHOLLIS: CURATED INTERIORS, Hollis shares her design philosophy, thoughtfully balancing a modern spirit of innovation with a reverence for artisanal workmanship.

ABOUT THE CONTRIBUTORS: In 2003, Nicole Hollis founded NICOLEHOLLIS, an award-winning, multi-disciplinary collective of over seventy interior designers, interior architects, and furniture designers led by Hollis in partnership with her husband, CEO Lewis Heathcote. The firm’s projects have been featured in Elle Decor, Luxe Interiors, and Architectural Digest, among other publications. NICOLEHOLLIS has produced home furnishings for McGuire and lighting fixtures for Phoenix Day. Pilar Viladas is a lifestyle writer whose articles have appeared in such publications as the New York Times, Town & Country, and Architectural Digest, and she is the co-author of two previous books Los Angeles: A Certain Style and California Beach Houses. She was design editor of T: The New York Times Style Magazine and has been an editor at House & Garden, Interiors, and Progressive Architecture. Renowned lifestyle photographer Douglas Friedman’s work has appeared in Elle Decor, Vanity Fair, Harper’s Bazaar, InStyle, Domino, and Wallpaper*Laure Joliet is an architectural and interiors photographer. Her work has appeared in Architectural Digest, The New York Times, Dwell, Sunset Magazine, and The Wall Street Journal.

By Nicole Hollis
Introduction by Pilar Viladas
Photography by Douglas Friedman and Laure Joliet Hardcover / 10” x 13” / 240 pages / 250 color photographs $60.00 U.S. / $80.00 Canadian/ ₤46.00 U.K.
ISBN: 978-0-8478-6467-6 / Rizzoli New York / Release date: October 2020 

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