Interior Affairs (Spanish edition): Sofía Aspe y el arte de diseño de interiores
Edited by Sofia Aspe, Foreword by Salma Hayek
A luxurious presentation of the works by prominent Mexican interior designer Sofía Aspe, known for creating unique spaces that balance eclectic character with contemporary eras.
This is the first monograph in English dedicated to a prominent Mexican interior designer.
The book's visual narrative provides both a peripheral and intimate view of the designer and her work. The peripheral side features aerial images of locations from the various countries where Sofia has successfully developed multiple projects. Additionally, these pictures are accompanied by quotes from Sofía about her work, her creative process, and her inspirations.
The intimate perspective will be introduced with five booklets (on different paper, with a lighter weight and measuring 22.5x32cm) inserted throughout the book. These will portray Sofia's inner and outer world, her country (Mexico) and the people and artisans she works with, as well as offering a glimpse into the 'making of' process (Sofía's careful attention to details, her serious commitment and full involvement with her team and production process) and the backstage thinking that inspires the ideas that lead to the final design outcome. The projects will be showcased one after another, with a bold and innovative design, alternating with the aerial photos (peripheral view) and the booklets (intimate view).
About The Author
Sofía Aspe studied business administration at the prestigious ITAM in Mexico City. In 2012 she founded her design studio in Sofía Aspe Interiorismo (SAI) in Mexico in 2012. This all-woman studio has delivered 102 projects and is currently working on 30 new projects, mainly in Mexico and the US.