Henry Hope Reed, Francis Morrone, Anne Day
With new color photography showing off a thorough inside-and-out
refurbishment, this volume celebrates a beloved landmark.More
Eric M. Wolf
Exploring the intersections of art, architecture, and design, at both renowned institutions and cutting-edge contemporary collections.More
A view of the resort and leisure architecture of one of the most popular and prolific firms of the Gilded Age.More
Steven W. Semes
A comprehensive and eloquent argument for “new traditional” architecture that preserves the style and character of historic buildings.More
Mina Rieur Weiner
The first book in several decades to focus on the muralist, an esteemed exemplar and advocate of the classical tradition.More
Peter Pennoyer, Anne Walker, Robert A. M. Stern
The first close look at an innovative architect and inventor who held that traditional styles could be successfully adapted for modern times.More
The most influential, provocative, and enduring writings of the American master are gathered in this anthology.More
Norman Tyler, Ted J. Ligibel, Ilene R. Tyler
Historic preservation, which started as a grassroots movement, now represents the cutting edge in a cultural revolution focused on “green” architecture and sustainability.More
Michael C. Kathrens
A survey of the Gilded Age mansions of Newport, Rhode Island, for all who love grand houses.More
A lavishly illustrated history of the opulent art and architecture of the Gilded Age.More
John F. Harbeson, John Blatteau, Sandra L. Tatman
The Study of Architectural Design by John F. Harbeson is the only text in English that describes, step by step, the system of architectural education developed in France and commonly known as the Beaux-Arts method as it was adapted and refined to suit the structure and demands of American schools of architecture.
A rediscovered 1930s notebook charts the construction of the Empire State Building.
This book examines the life and works of a major architect whose buildings today surpass him in recognition.
Johan Cederlund, Lani Summerville-Sternerup
The beautiful, often breathtakingly lavish architecture and interiors of Sweden between the 1600s and early 1800s have been among the art world’s best-kept secrets.
Illuminates the issues that must be addressed in designing a suitable and successful courthouse.More