Wili Fernandez Design Book
A tribute to the life and work of Guillermo 'Wili' Fernandez (1929 - 1998), an acclaimed Filipino interior designer known as "one of the pillars of Philippine design. A visionary in his field, he was among the early design nationalists who was proudly aware of his heritage and who always referenced the Filipino in all of his work."
Trained as an architect at the University of Sto. Tomas in the 1950s, Fernandez made his mark in the field of interior design and was one of the founders of the Philippine Institute of Interior Design. This book edited by Maya Besa-Roxas traces his contributions to the profession through an extensive catalog of his watercolor drawings and renderings from his firm, Wili Fernandez & Associates. It also includes essays by Della G. Besa, Rodrigo D. Perez III, Edith Oliveros, Carlos Angeles, Salvador Bernal, and his wife, Doreen Gamboa Fernandez.
DLSU Publishing House, Philippines
Hardcover / 8.25 x 11.25 inches / 192 pages / Color