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Architects at home / introduction by John V. Mutlow.

Publication:
Mulgrave, Victoria, Australia ; New York City, NY, United States : Images Publishing Group, 2019.
Format/Description:
Book
319 pages : chiefly color illustrations ; 23 cm
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Subjects:
Architect-designed houses.
Architects -- Homes and haunts.
Summary:
This stunning book takes you on a thrilling tour through the fascinating, eclectic and stylish abodes of some of the world's best-known architects. Not only do these pages offer a rare glimpse into each architect's personal, private environment, but each uniquely designed project provides insight into how each architect marries trends with their own personal philosophy, and how they inject interior design flair into their own contemporary domain. Combining rich photography and spectacular imagery with an incisive summary by a leading architecture specialist, 'Architects at Home' provides a rich source for those keen to delve into the design aesthetics, concepts and innovations of prominent architects from around the globe.
Contents:
Introduction
Next level living
Perfect balance
Integrated with site
Child's play
Razzle dazzle
Modern resilience
A raw aesthetic
Set in concrete
Over the edge
Forest outlook
Building family connections
Courting in style
Light and bright
Crystalline form
Bird's-eye view
A circular passion
Countryside charm
Head in the clouds
For the love of art
Changing the mood
Stacking up
Wooloowin wonder
Nestled in the landscape
Planting new roots
Romance in the dunes
Complete contrast
Box of tricks
Home made
Harboring the view
Rustic modernist
Concrete ambience
A shared space
Transparent intentions
Carlifornia dreaming
Salvaged for the future
Solar canopy
Reflecting the environment
Abstracted forms
Connecting enviornments
Desert reflections
Slipping into place
Nurturing design
Credits.
Local notes:
Acquired for the Penn Libraries with assistance from the Alumni and Friends Memorial Book Fund.
Contributor:
Mutlow, John V., author of introduction.
Alumni and Friends Memorial Book Fund.
ISBN:
1864708131
9781864708134
OCLC:
1049791023