Book focuses on works of NW interior designer
Jean Jongeward in the Northwest Design Tradition is a tribute to the art and style of a designer who has long been in the forefront of Northwest interior design.
The book, by Diane Douglas, Jack Lenor Larsen, David Mendoza, and Warren Hill (published by Bellevue Art Museum in association with University of Washington Press, 1995) developed out of a major retrospective exhibition of Jongeward at the Bellevue Art Museum.
It portrays not only the abilities and aesthetic judgement of Jongeward, but also the beauty and individuality of her designs and the Northwest influences in her work.
Included in the book are evaluations of Jongeward and her work by other designers as well as many impressive photos of her projects, which range from the Governor's Mansion in Olympia to a home in the San Juan Islands.