There is a bold, exuberant energy to everything about Sig Bergamin— including his style. A self-described maximalist, the Brazilian architect and designer is beloved for his vivid, eclectic work and his uncanny ability to make exquisite eighteenth century antiques seamlessly blend with sleek modern furniture and bright global finds, creating a cohesive yet completely unique whole. Maximalism offers a stunning visual tour of several breathtaking spaces designed by Bergamin, as well as his own vibrant São Paolo home. All different in location and style, each distinctive space has taken on the warmth, energy and touch of humor that have become synonymous with the designer’s signature style. Every space has been captured in breathtaking color photographs, interspersed with quotes from artists, writers, fellow designers and even Bergamin himself. A beautiful tribute to his distinctive style, this book is sure to inspire any decorator to embrace the mix and bring a little vibrancy into their lives.
•9.75"W x 1.5"D x 13"H
•foreward by James Reginato
•preface by Vik Muniz
•introduction by Armand Limnander
•photography by Björn Wallander