New from Australia-based writer and photographer Robyn Lea,
A Room of Her Own: Inside the Homes and Lives of Creative Women is worth a spot on your coffee table. It’s equal parts biography and interior design study, featuring 20 artistically inclined women around the world and their living spaces. Here’s a glimpse: Fashion Designer Marta Ferri in Milan Above: The living room in Marta Ferri’s Milan home, showcasing a suite of deep olive velvet Paul Sofas designed by Vincent Van Duysen and a pair of Gio Ponti armchairs in a vivid tangerine fabric of Marta’s choosing. Above: The games room in Marta Ferri’s Milan home, with a feature wall adorned with framed vintage silverware-design drawings. Above: Vibrantly hued dresses on display in Marta Ferri’s Milan studio; see her collection at Atelier Marta Ferri. Artist Lisbeth McCoy in New York Above: Lisbeth McCoy in her Tribeca studio, with her work Untitled I, 2016, displayed in the foreground. Above: A light-filled reading corner in Lisbeth McCoy’s Tribeca studio. Above: Lisbeth McCoy by the Susquehanna River at the Cooperstown property she owns with her husband, gallerist Jason McCoy. Interior Designer Camilla Guinness in Tuscany Above: The main entrance area of Arniano, where Camilla lives part-time with her daughters Amber and Claudia, has curvaceous shapes mirroring the surrounding landscape. Above: Amber, an accomplished chef and author of the forthcoming cookbook A House Party in Italy, prepares lunch for friends in the kitchen of Arniano. Above: Camilla Guinness designed much of the garden furniture at Arniano, including these bespoke day beds dressed in bold red and white stripes. Above: A Room of Her Own: Inside the Homes and Lives of Creative Women (Thames & Hudson), by Robyn Lea, is available from Bookshop for $41.