Alberto Pinto: World Interiors Alberto Pinto and Julien Morel Flammarion September 2020 256 pages $34.98
The late interior designer and photographer Alberto Pinto needs no introduction: his eclectic and classic work is known worldwide. A graduate of the École du Louvre in Paris, he later honed his skills in New York City, specializing in photography and architecture, and eventually founded his interior design fi rm in the 1960s at the Place des Victoires. Pinto was also known for his home collection, which included furniture, tableware, and linens for Raynaud, Pierre Frey, and D. Porthault.
From corporations and hotels to yachts and residences, the designer’s global work is heralded in the new book Alberto Pinto: World Interiors. Featuring a study in refi nement, eclecticism, and luxury, the book explores his innovative approach to well-established design principles. A fi tting tribute to the legendary designer, Pinto’s work is also chronicled in the books Moderns (2003), Bedrooms (2006), and Alberto Pinto: Today (2010).