Dominic Bradbury is a freelance writer, journalist and consultant. He has contributed to many magazines and newspapers in the UK and around the world, including The Telegraph, The Sunday Times, Financial Times, World of Interiors, Wallpaper, Elle Decoration, Vogue Living, Belle, Dwell, House & Garden and others.
His first book was published in 2000 and since then he has written many titles on architecture, interiors and design, including volumes on Mexican and Moroccan architecture. Other publications include New Country House and Mediterranean Modern. One of his most ambitious book to date is The Iconic House, with photography by Richard Powers, published by Thames & Hudson. This international survey of the landmark houses of the 20th Century has been translated into five languages.
Other recent titles include New Natural Home, also published by Thames & Hudson in 2011. His latest book is The Iconic Interior, published by Thames & Hudson in the UK and Abrams in the USA. This is a unique celebration of a hundred plus years of the most inspirational houses and apartments by pioneering designers of all kinds from Edith Wharton all the way through to Marc Newson.