Photographer Leslie Williamson heads straight to our Amazon Wishlist with this incredible tour of some of the biggest names in MCM design in Modern Originals: At Home with MidCentury European Designers - out in April from Rizzoli. A follow-up to 2010 release Handcrafted Modern featuring the likes of Charles & Ray Eames and George Nakashima, Williamson extends her reach to Europe this time, exploring mind-blowing architecture and interiors from the period's most celebrated names including Le Corbusier, Finn Juhl, Alvar Aalto, Robin and Lucienne Day and Gae Aulenti.

Having followed the progress of the project, a true labor of love, on Williamson's blog, we're more than pleased to take a brief look inside, April seeing the culmination of years of travel, research and Kickstarter campaigns as the book finally hits shelves. Head to the gallery for more and pre-order the book at Amazon.

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