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Book Review: Portraits Of The New Architecture II

New Architecture – Following the success of the first volume, Portraits of the New Architecture II introduces thirty-four new and exciting architects and architectural firms whose projects are shaping the future of architectural design. Join Best Design Books and discover everything about this amazing book!   With an insightful introduction by Pulitzer Prize-winning architectural critic Paul Goldberger, this magnificent volume includes sketches and designs as well as Richard Schulman’s stunning portraits of these architects’ projects. Featured architects include David Adjaye, Asymptote, Bjarke Ingles, Jeanne Gang, Dominique Perrault, Annabelle Selldorf, and Alvaro Siza. While the book emphasizes the power of contemporary architecture, Schulman’s excellent images reveal unique and intimate angles, and the sketches and layouts provide a special perspective into each project’s genesis. What did you think of Portraits Of The New Architecture II? Feel free to comment and share! YOU MAY ALSO LIKE: Jester Red Is The New Trend You Will Want To Follow Color Trends 2019: Introduce Indigo Blue Into Your Home Decor   Keep following Best Design Books for the latest book reviews and the most amazing design books and magazines! Follow Best Design Books on Pinterest!  

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Best Design Books: Frank Lloyd Wright: The Rooms

Margo Stipe is curator and registrar of collections at the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Taliesin West, and the author of Frank Lloyd Wright: The Interactive Portfolio. Alan Weintraub is a widely published architectural photographer whose books include Frank Lloyd Wright: The Houses and Frank Lloyd Wright American Master. David A. Hanks is the author of the seminal 1979 volume The Decorative Designs of Frank Lloyd Wright. An invitation into the evocative, human-scaled, and artful interiors designed by Wright. This book published by Rizzoli presents the warm interior spaces and exceptional design work of this beloved American master. Wright was an early proponent of “total design.” Unsatisfied with what was available in designing a given space or home, he invented what was needed, developing a language of architectural detail and styling that is unique and which extended to the tables, bookcases, easy chairs, sofas, and cabinets; to rugs and murals; to stonework; to stained glass “light screens,” which served as windows, doors, and room partitions; and lighting. This approach was manifested distinctly in each of his residential projects. This book offers the reader an immersion into this work by means of extraordinary artful detail in intimately explored rooms and spaces. From…

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