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New York 1880
This is the fourth volume in architect and historian Robert A. M. Stern'smonumental series of documentary studies of New York City architecture andurbanism. The three previous books in the series, New York 1900, New York1930, and New York 1960, have comprehensively covered the architects and urbanplanners who defined New York over the course of the twentieth century. In this volume, Stern turns back to 1880 -- the end of the Civil War, thebeginning of European modernism -- to trace the earlie
Ardrossan: The Last Great Estate on the Philadelphia Main Line (BAUER AND DEAN) by David Nelson Wren - Bauer And Dean Publishers
Ardrossan: The Last Great Estate on the Philadelphia Main Line by David Nelson Wren Bauer and Dean #interiordesign A unique and fascinating chronicle of the construction and furnishing of an early 20th-century country house, vividly brought to life by letters from the family archiveNever-before-published drawings from Horace Trumbauer's architectural office, including the original and revised plans for all three floors, drawings of interior finishes and exterior details related to the main resid
Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott
Jump into the megawatt world of Mert and Marcus, the creative tour de force who have styled and shot some of the most powerful brands and personalities of our time, from Miu Miu to Angelina Jolie, Givenchy to Gisele Bündchen. Sourced from our best-selling Collector’s Edition, some 300 pictures illuminate the hyper-glamorous, hyper-glossy repertoire of [...]. Please visit our website for more information! #TASCHEN #MertAlas #MarcusPiggott #AlasAndPiggot #KateMoss #Fashion #Photography
Heirloom Houses : The Architecture of Wade Weissmann (Hardcover)
An architectural monograph of lyrical, bespoke homes built to last. The houses designed by Wade Weissmann and his firm tell the stories of the homeowners. Like beautiful music, a Wade Weissmann house is composed of notes and expressions, rhythm and syncopation, moving forward in time and space toward a resolution that separates ordinary from extraordinary architecture: harmony. Known for their shingle-style homes, they also design ranch houses and equestrian estates, romantic cottages, contempor
David Adler, Architect The Elements Of Style "book"
A hard back book with dust jacket - both in very good condition. David Adler (1882-1949) was one of the most important architects in America in the first half of the 20th century, designing from his office based in Chicago for wealthy clients across the USA. The book features articles by Richard Guy Wilson on his training at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts and his architectural career, and by Pauline Metcalf on the interior design work of Frances Elkins, his sister with whom he frequently collaborated.