Petra Blaisse is a brilliant Dutch interior designer and landscape architect who champions an ambitious new role for landscape architecture and interior design. Her designs call the rigor and rigidity of architectural form into question with solutions that are variable and fluid both outside and in. Her talent is transforming ideas into overpowering sensory experiences. This book presents the entire spectrum of her work for the first time. It includes extensive documentation of her most important projects, including the Public Library in Seattle, the Hackney Empire Theatre in London, the Mick Jagger Centre in Dartford, and the Netherlands Dance Theatre in The Hague. It also includes an interview between the editor, Kayoko Ota, and Petra Blaisse as well as illuminating essays by noted authors in the field. This book is an inspiration for architects, interior designers, landscape architects, and planners of all kinds. It is full of stimulating new directions for the field.