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Martina Mondadori Sartogo is the founder of Cabana magazine and European editor-at-large for Town and Country magazine. Cabana is a semi-annual magazine that focuses on interior design, lifestyle, architecture, and all related luxuries.
"An exclusive look at a new book on Renzo Mongiardino reveals rare images of the Italian designer's most iconic interiors" --Wall Street Journal Magazine "He was the master of illusion, a man entrusted by global arbiters of taste including Marella Agnelli, Jil Sanders, Lee Radziwill, and Elsa Peretti to transform their homes. For many, the Genoa-born Renzo Mongiardino was the artist who elevated interior design into an art form worthy of longevity. The book is filled with envy-inducing photographs by Guido Taroni making it hard not to sigh and declare: 'To have had those houses, those budgets, and Mongiardino.' " --TheDailyBeast.com "Martina Mondadori Sartogo, the editor of the twice-yearly Cabana magazine, grew up in interiors designed by Mongiardino, thus, it is only apropos that she authors a book on the design legend. Renzo Mongiardino: A Painterly Vision shows the designer's work in all its glory -- from expansive room shots to minute decorative details -- accompanied by essays from the likes of Radziwill and Elsa Peretti." --Forbes.com "With this new book by Rizzoli, you can take a last look into the beautiful world Renzo Mongiardino created, and left for all to be inspired by. A humble offering to one of the most talented creators of ambiance who ever lived." --Color Outside the Lines Blog "On My Bookshelf: Fall Must-Haves" --La Dolce Vita Blog "Exploring the work of the late Renzo Mongiardino, this tome illustrates why he is one of the most iconic designers of the 20th century. Photography includes never-before-published work, and features some of his signature choices, trompe l'oeil finishes, museum-quality antiques and sumptuous fabrics." --EditorAtLarge.com