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Signature Spaces

The Well-Traveled Interiors of Paolo Moschino & Philip Vergeylen

Paolo Moschino, Philip Vergeylen, Alexandra Black, Simon Upton (By (photographer))


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Praise For Signature Spaces: The Well-Traveled Interiors of Paolo Moschino & Philip Vergeylen

"In Signature Spaces: Well-Traveled Interiors by Paolo Moschino and Philip Vergeylen, the London-based design team has assembled a charmed wish book of inspirational quotes, with portraits of style-makers and a hit parade of exceptional decorating."

— Elle Decor

"Regardless of which carefully curated furnishings end up in their projects, the owners of London-based firm Paolo Moschino for Nicholas Haslam Ltd. know one thing for sure: Each home, whether a city apartment or an idyllic country retreat, should be packed with personality."


"Stunning photography captures the heart of the work of famed European designers Paolo Moschino and Philip Vergeylen. This hefty volume may give you a sensory overload since it's filled with page after page of lush, elegant interiors the two men have designed through their AD 100 firm."

— Houston Chronicle

Vendome Press, 9780865653306, 240pp.

Publication Date: November 8, 2016

About the Author

Born and raised in Italy, Paolo Moschino studied social science in Florence. It was after university that he came to London. Moschino bought Nicholas Haslam Ltd. in 1995 and has grown the company into one of the most prominent names in the design world.
Born and raised in Belgium, Philip Vergeylen studied Commercial Management Engineering in Brussels. He lived in New York, Washington, DC, Amsterdam, and Frankfurt before settling in London. In a radical career change, Vergeylen joined Nicholas Haslam Ltd. six years ago, where he now heads up the Interior Design Studio.
Founding editor, in 1981, of The World of Interiors magazine, Minn Hogg continued to be its editor-in-chief for the next twenty years.
Simon Upton is a photographer with more than 25 years of published work to his credit.