Sam Lubell has written eight books about architecture, including California Captured and two travel guides to mid-century modern architecture in the USA, all from Phaidon. He is a contributing editor at The Architect's Newspaper and writes for the New York Times, Los Angeles Times, The Atlantic, Architectural Record, Architectural Review, and other publications.
"Life Meets Art, a new book by Phaidon, takes readers inside the homes of 250 prominent creatives throughout history to provide visual inspiration for interior design, decor and stylish living. "-DuJour
"Fascinating...interior styles range from baroque, classical, and arts-and-crafts to romantic, minimal, maximal, and modernist, spanning the 15th century to the present, offering inspiration for myriad tastes."-Publishers Weekly
"...a gorgeous compilation of interiors from the homes of famous artists past and present as a way of exhibiting each creator's "power and legacy." This inspired and aesthetically pleasing survey is perfect for anyone seeking interior design inspiration."-Publishers Weekly
"It's only natural when moseying around an art fair to imagine how the works on show might look in your house. For inspiration, have a leaf through Life Meets Art - a book that invites you to peer inside the homes of some of the most creative folk in the fields of art, architecture, fashion, music and design."-The Modern House
"A global photographic tour. "-Art Mag