David Easton

Architect; Interior Designer; Product/Industrial Designer / United States /

David Easton’s Book List

Axel Vervoordt, David Adler, Dunbar.

17 books
Anthony Burgess

Looking into the future—good, bad, or indifferent.

Richard Pratt

One of the all-time great classicists.

Andreas Volwahsen

Edwin Lutyens and Herbert Baker define Imperial grandeur.

David Fromkin

Thought-provoking for our time.

R. J. Q. Adams

Fascinating reading about how man tries to solve problems.

Leslie Piña

Furniture design at its best!

Antoine Chenevière

In my opinion, one of the best references on Russian furniture.

Suzanne Massie

The author is a friend and this is a very concise history of Russia.

Jenny Uglow

Wonderful read about some of the great English inventors and craftsmen of the late 1700s.

Régis Vian des Rives

This book speaks to me in every way—I simply love this house.

Kōkyō Hatanaka

If you’re passionate about the beauty of Indian textiles, this is the book for you.

Amy Dockser Marcus

Helps in understanding a very complicated relationship between two nations.

Suzanne Massie

Wonderful tale of a beautiful palace.

Armelle Baron

Inspirational Belgian taste. Axel has always been ahead of his time.

Edith Wharton
Ogden Codman Jr.

One of the very first books about architecture and decoration, which helped define American style as we know it.

Amin Jaffer

By far one of the best historical references to Indian furniture.

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