"One theme that has become quite clear is that all of the characters embrace, cultivate, or are naturally inclined to take a wonderful childlike view of the world. That is evident in their homes, as well as their work'
Modern Day Bohemians sidesteps the world of carefully constructed interior design images and instead, dives into the liberated and nonconformist atmosphere of offbeat beauty and artistic delights. It asks the question: what does it mean to be bohemian in the modern world?
Robyn Lea is an incredible storyteller - both visually and in the written form. She understands the creative spirit. In each profile she traces the journey from unusual childhoods to creative, often unorthodox, adult worlds and along the way reveals the interesting twists of fate that have allowed each person to realise their full bohemian potential in the spaces they live and work in.
Interiors photographed include: Barnaba Fornasetti's studio and archives, showing never before published designs by his famous father * Bella Meyer's house above her shop: Marc Chagall's granddaughter and one of New York City's most popular floral designers * Annabelle Adie's house: a ceramicist, colourist, artist, designer and all round wild and wonderful thinker * Rebecca Rebouche's house in New Orleans: artist and designer for Anthropologie * Helene and Simone's apartment in Paris: twins who wear the same clothes and make paper art by hand, living between Italy, France and Denmark.