Nanette Cameron: Interior Design Legend Nanette Cameron: Interior Design Legend$40.00 Nanette Cameron: Interior Design Legend quantity — OR — Add to cart Related products Gregor Kregar: Dream House Project $20.00 Add to cart THE HIVE HUMS WITH MANY MINDS $29.00 Add to cart ATE Journal of Māori Art Volume Two $23.00 Add to cart Emma Bugden, Land Wars: The Reader $25.00 Add to cart Nanette Cameron: Interior Design Legend is a richly illustrated, 128-page book that accompanied the exhibition Nanette Cameron: Objectspace Master of Craft. Using images from the 1960s to the present, and text, the book explores three aspects of Cameron’s distinguished career in interior design. It also looks at her inspirational teaching and broad influence across a range of fields of art and design, her work as a writer and stylist and her own design practice, as evidenced at her renowned Glenmore Road former residence. Nanette Cameron: Interior Design Legend includes an essay by Dr Rachel Carley that assesses Cameron’s role in the development of interior design and her significance in related areas of architecture and art, and a substantial interview with Cameron by designer Katie Lockhart, one of the project’s curators. Cameron has written a chapter, ‘My Life in Design’, and an account of her choices for The Blue Room, which is the centrepiece of the Objectspace exhibition. The publication is designed by Osborne Shiwan (Lloyd Osborne and Shabnam Shiwan) who have devised a ‘Nanette’ typeface for the book. The design of the book gives form to Carley’s observation that Cameron’s ‘contribution to a constellation of creative practices over a 47 plus year career is substantial’. Learn more about Nanette Cameron here, or the Nanette Cameron School of Interior Design here. By completing a purchase through Te Tuhi's shop you are agreeing to our Terms & conditions.