A rhythmic succession of photographs - distance shots and close-ups - conveys the desire and the constant search for beauty which drive the work of Nathalie and Virginie Droulers, two young, enthusiastic Italian designers working in the field of homes and the domestic sphere.
Nathalie trained at the Milan Politecnico and took her first steps as an architect in New York at Clodagh Design. Virginie graduated at the Parsons School of Design, first applying her passion for graphic design at the studio of Berenter Greenhouse and Webster (also in New York). In 2000, they return to Milan, found the Droulers Architecture studio and begin to work on projects on an international scale. Their style, based on the selection of top-quality materials and attention to detail, gives the places in which they work a timeless quality. The studio works alongside technical experts who have handed down their knowledge and manual expertise for generations, something which has always distinguished Italian craftsmanship: glass from Murano, bronze from Florence, wood from Lombardy, designed fabrics and fine-quality marble. The book reproduces the sheer class of their work with large-format photographs, taken specially for this publication by photographer Pietro Savorelli and intended to provide a sensitive view of the projects completed by the duo in Cannes, Cortina, London, Milan and New York.