Interior Design

Gregory Gatserelia: The Art of Interiors

This book tells about the cosmopolitan life and career of Canadian-Lebanese Gregory Gatserelia, an architect, designer, collector, and art lover.

Beirut and the Lebanese interior, design, and sweet life scene; Paris and Milan; high-end residential interiors, collectible design projects, and contemporary art; motorbikes and on-the-road adventures—this is the fascinating world of architect and art collector Gregory Gatserelia, a Canadian-Lebanese designer with Georgian origins.

The book features photos of interiors, private houses, and restaurants, with the common thread of decorative ceilings, Gregory Gatserelia's signature.

Difficult to catch and to sit down with, Gatserelia has always been focused on doing rather than communicating and advertising. As such, this book represents his first-ever collection of projects and a moment of reflection.

The book talks about the smoky, fascinating atmosphere of Beirut with vintage photos and a map of the jewel-town. Gatserelia helped raise awareness and promote contemporary art in the city, and he founded SMO Gallery to promote new talents. The book also includes interviews by Federica Sala with Patrick Perrin (Founder of PAD), Victor Gastou (Gastou Gallery), Jacopo Foggini (Italian designer), and Najla El Zein (artist, SMO gallery).

About The Author

Federica Sala is an independent Italian curator and design advisor. She collaborates with museums, institutions, private foundations, historical archives, businesses, designers, and magazines, developing and producing content connected to the design and art world.

  • Publish Date: April 09, 2024
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Category: Architecture - Interior Design - General
  • Publisher: Rizzoli
  • Trim Size: 8-2/3 x 11-3/5
  • Pages: 240
  • US Price: $60.00
  • CDN Price: $80.00
  • ISBN: 978-88-918373-6-3

Author Bookshelf: Federica Sala