Showcases the best of contemporary Indian interiors - homes, bars, restaurants, hotels, resorts, spas, shops. Features stunning, previously ... Show synopsis Showcases the best of contemporary Indian interiors - homes, bars, restaurants, hotels, resorts, spas, shops. Features stunning, previously unpublished photography by Michael Freeman. This book reveals the latest in Indian style, from the first boutique hotel in Delhi, The Manor, designed by the architects Shirley Fujikawa and Vinay Kapoor, to the restored fortress, and now hotel, of Devigarh, where each room is designed around a particular theme. Today, Indian design is a fascinating mixture of local styles and modern interpretations. Divided into four chapters - Breaking with Tradition, Reworking the Legacy, Courtyard and Tent, and Retreats - Modern Indian Interiors reveals the changing face of Indian interior design, and the innovative ideas being introduced by not only Indians, but also foreign architects and designers who have moved to India. With over 250 unpublished colour photographs by the renowned photographer Michael Freeman, this book will show the modern side of India that has not been seen before.