An exploration of the life and work of America’s most distinguished craftsman.More
This book examines the life and works of a major architect whose buildings today surpass him in recognition.
Anthony Baker, Robert B. MacKay, Carol A. Traynor, Et Al.
An illustrated treasury of the most magnificent Long Island mansions and a compendium of the architects who designed them. More
The story of modern architecture is told here through the lives and
works of three men who changed the face of the cities we live in.More
H. Allen Brooks, Vincent Scully
One of the most original and dynamic developments in American
architecture, the Prairie School was a regional manifestation of the
international revolt and reform that occurred in the visual arts during
the early years of the twentieth century.More
Robert Bruegmann, Kathleen Murphy Skolnik
This study tells the story of one of America’s most gifted architects of the postwar years.More
Barbara S. Christen, Steven Flanders, Robert A. M. Stern
Nineteen essays, by a diverse group of historians and others who experience and study Gilbert's buildings in their professional lives, detail the intricate relationship between Gilbert's work and the longstanding tradition of public architecture in America.
An exploration of the work of the English architect and landscape designer who practiced almost exclusively in Italy from 1907 to midcentury.More
David G. De Long, C. Ford Peatross
A timely portrait of the work of an architect who expanded the vocabulary of modern architecture.More
Carol Gayle, Margot Gayle
The first book on the life and work of the pioneer of American cast-iron architecture.
Priscilla J. Henken, Sarah Leavitt
The first publication of the diary of a Frank Lloyd Wright apprentice, 1942–43, with notes, contextual essays, and contemporaneous photographs.More
A colorful survey explores the diverse styles of the arbiters of modernism in Florida.More
Kathryn E. Holliday
The first critical examination of the work of New York architect Leopold Eidlitz, America's first Jewish architect, founding member of the American Institute of Architects, and the first American to define a modern organic architecture, this book reveals his formidable influence.
Mary Anne Hunting
“Colossus,” “visionary,” “giant” are superlatives used in the mid-twentieth century to describe Edward Durell Stone (1902–1978), a celebrity architect whose wholly unique modern aesthetic of “new romanticism” played a crucial role in defining middle-class culture.More
Louis I. Kahn, Robert Twombly
A thoughtful selection of the celebrated architect's speeches and writings.More