Tino Zervudachi

Interiors Around the World


A unique immersion into the world of an acclaimed decorator with an eclectic aesthetic.


ISBN: 9782080262127 Category:

Natasha Fraser


Over the past forty years, Tino Zervudachi has earned an international reputation for elegance. Sought-after for his bold approach and sensual classicism, he has established an illustrious clientele that includes some of the world’s most discerning titans of business, art collectors, and bohemian aristocrats, and his designs can be seen in sumptuous homes located around the world.

Zervudachi began his career with the British design legend David Mlinaric, and designed his first house at just twenty-one years old. After moving to Paris in 1990, he continually refined his personal approach to interior design, and his work has become recognizable for its textured flare and historic references, accompanied by artisanal excellence in every detail.

This book features new unpublished photography that captures a world motivated by curiosity, a profound respect for architecture, and an inimitable manner of enhancing extraordinary works of art through daring choices of textiles or furniture. Zervudachi seamlessly places each project into its appropriate context, from a reimagined family ch√Ęteau in France to a chic beach house in the Bahamas, or from a historic mansion in Austria to a mysterious chalet in the Alps. Texts and interviews by Natasha Fraser emphasize Zervudachi’s precision and responsibility to his craft in thirty-six stunning locations.

Additional information

Weight 2222 g
Dimensions 26 x 31.8 cm
Publisher name Flammarion S.A.
Publication date 23 December 2022
Number of pages 280
Format Hardback
Dimensions 26 x 31.8 cm
Weight 2222 g


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Natasha Fraser is a Paris-based luxury expert and author of Loulou de la Falaise (2014), Monsieur Dior (2014), Tino Zervudachi: A Portfolio (2012), and Sam Spiegel (2003).