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    Shangri-La: A House in Paradise

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    Situated on five acres of terraced gardens and pools overlooking the Pacific Ocean and Honolulu’s Diamond Head, Shangri La was the idyllic paradise of philanthropist Doris Duke, reflecting her personal passion for the art, architecture, and design of the Islamic world. The estate incorporates unique architectural features, such as carved marble doorways, jalis, and floral ceramic tiles, and the decor includes artifacts, such as silk textiles, jewel-toned chandeliers, and gilt and coffered ceilings, many collected during her travels. This volume presents an exclusive tour of Shangri La’s breathtaking interiors and landscape, including the splendid furnishings and art. Archival photographs of Duke and friends as well as correspondence and drawings provide a view into a lifestyle defined by the highest sense of aesthetics.

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    Product Information

    Author(s):
    Donald Albrecht and Thomas Mellins; photography by Tim Street-Porter; preface by Deborah Pope; contributions by Linda Komaroff
    Format:
    hardcover
    Page count:
    216
    Size:
    9.8" x 1" x 12.4"
    ISBN
    9780847838950