Still: The Slow Home
  • Still: The Slow Home
  • Still: The Slow Home
  • Still: The Slow Home
  • Still: The Slow Home
  • Still: The Slow Home
  • Still: The Slow Home
  • Still: The Slow Home
  • Still: The Slow Home
  • Still: The Slow Home
  • Still: The Slow Home
ISBN: 174379570X
EAN13: 9781743795705
Language: English
Release Date: May 19, 2020
Pages: 248
Dimensions: 1" H x 11" L x 9" W
Weight: 1.737243 lbs.
Format: Hardcover
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Book Overview

A stunning visual journey through the homes of people from around the world who have taken steps to simplify their lives and embrace the principles of slow living.

Still is an interiors book that invites readers to take on the philosophy of the SLOW movement. Living Sustainably; Local; Organic; and Whole. It talks not just to the question of the physical structures we choose, but also the surrounding environment, and what effect that can have on general happiness and wellbeing. Still includes about a dozen case studies featuring escape homes and owners who live according to these aforementioned principles, enlightening readers as to why they chose this path and how it has benefitted their lives. It is the follow-up to Natalie Walton's successful first title This is Home, and once again features location photography by Chris Warnes.

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   Nice book, but damaged
The book is very nice, but all four corners are damaged. There is also a dark mark on the spine. It's just that I can't use it as a coffee table book because it's damaged. It has a lot to do with shipping books, Li added.
 
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   Inspired again about home
Yes, I'm a big fan of the first book, but I'm not a huge fan of the second. I found the book to be one to savor and enjoy the reading and photos a little at a time, which fits in well with the slow theme. It isn't preachy but does give food for thought about living more intentionally. It's beautiful, rich, but not pretentious and highly enjoyable, Raymond said. It helped me to pair down our home and keep what I love most, our family, Thibault said.
 
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   Disappointing Purchase
I was so looking forward to this book, I purchased this design for a client with hopes of purchasing many more, but it arrived with a cracked spine and very messy sap type liquid all over the bottom cover and pages that smelled very toxic. I wish I was able to view the inside, but it had to be thrown away, and due to lack of quality control I just can't take the chance of purchasing it again. I give it 2 stars because of the book.
 
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   Not as much value as the first book
It was an alright book, but it was not close to the author's first book.
 
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   Lovely Book
A beautiful, peaceful, inspiring book. Great photography and great writing, too. I'm delighted the buyer was able to offer this excellent addition to my collection. Minimalist, yet unpretentious, interiors.
 
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   Lack of diversity
Slow is the new cool, says Blair. However, it is disappointing that the book is not only about the lives of the Roma but also about the various locations of homes around the globe. The ordinance does not include people of color or socio-economic diversity.
 
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   Underwhelming
I've read Elizabeth Gilbert's first book, This is Home, and I can't stop thinking about it. This is a very peaceful read, Mr. Rule told the judge. If you are trying to decide between that and her newest book, I would say try the earlier one. The new one's vision seems muddled, the text is repetitive and several houses featured—especially the vacation homes—undermine her stated theme of living with less.
 
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