Rose Uniacke at Work
Rose Uniacke, Alice Rawsthorn
An unprecedented level of craft is the key signature of Uniacke’s design ethos, on display in this much-anticipated monograph of notable homes she has created.
In-demand London-based interiors and furniture designer Rose Uniacke beautifully showcases a number of homes she has designed, boasting clean lines and calm, light-filled spaces, and showrooms defined by an effortless blend of traditional details within contemporary spaces. Whether the project is an urban townhouse, a seaside retreat, or a London villa, the approach of Uniacke is always the same—a collaboration with clients to make understated, refined sanctuaries that offer the perfect settings for everyday life. The book is sumptuously illustrated with two hundred color photographs that truly capture the serenity and timelessness of Uniacke’s hand-hewn cultivated style.
The pages of this book exude the same warmth of a Uniacke interior, heightened by the author’s own words as she describes in detail the specifics of each of the eleven projects explored. The result is akin to an informal conversation, with Uniacke revisiting her journey to share instincts and inspirations. An index of Rose Uniacke Editions, the designer’s furniture, lighting, and textiles, completes this elegant volume.