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No author. Architecture Magazine 11/02 Issue. New York: VNU Business Media, 2002.
NEAR FINE. 104 pages. November 2002 issue. Volume 91 Number 11. The magazine, in illustrated wrapper, has minor shelf wear, has two closed tears on bottom edge. COVER: Move over New Urbanists: MVRDV is in town. The Dutch firm rethinks community planning at a 119-unit housing development in the new suburb off The Hague. Houses clad in a single material from head to toe are set in a staggered arrangement that established a level of complexity uncommon in most large-scale developments. HOME OF THE YEAR AWARDS; EASY LIVING Prize Winner Pollari X Somol in Los Angeles by Bay Brown; WAYS AND MEANS Prize Winner Diamon and Schmitt Architects in Toronto by Alan G. Brake; ART HOUSE Prize Winner Morris Sato Studio in Northwestern Connecticut by Abby Bussel; ELEVATED STUDY Honorable Mention by Carlos Jiminez Studio in Austin, Texas by Lawrence W. Speck; DOUBLE DUTCH Two projects in the Netherlands by MVRDV subvert convetional housing typologies by Aaron Betsky; LIGHT TOUCH A prefabricated house in Finland supports diverse family configurations, community, and the environment by C.C. Sullivan; SAFE HAVE Disasters and war have left millions homeless around the world. Can the architect help? By Cathy Lang Ho; NEWS New Design teams tackle Ground Zero; Meier's Rome project goes forward; Chicago builds universal houseg; AGENDA Hejduk still inspiring; Betsky hugs the ground; reflections on the building of the French state; ON THE BOARDS Palazzo Congressi, Rome, Italy, by Massimiliano Fuksas Architect by Paul Bennett; PROTEST The home-buying public thinks bigger is better but they are wrong by Lawrence W. Cheek; SCIENCE FAIR Architecture and engineering students push the envelope of solar design under the nose of an oil-friendly administration. By Bradford McKee; DOCOMOMO GOES TO PARIS An international preservation group works to save modernist masterpieces by Liane LeFaivre; ARCHITECTURE'S CARNIVALE Vies from NEXT, the Venice Biennale's Eight International Architecture Exhibition by Catherine Slessor. Paperback condition: Near Fine in Wraps
Harper, Laurel, Ed. HOW The Bottomline Design Magazine, F&W Publications Inc., Cincinnati, OH, 1994 ISBN: No ISBN
Fine No Jacket. Soft Cover April 1994. Full color digital design publication that includes software reviews, articles on multi-media and photography. Geared towards business persons and industry insiders. Articles in this issue include the results of International Design Competition, "Scanners: What's Right For Your Studio?", "Illustration How-To", and more. Magazine is in fine condition. Small bumps and tear on spine. No owner label name tags. 160 pp., all tight, clean, and intact. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. Quantity Available: 1. Inventory No: 007766.
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STUDIO INTERNATIONAL. Journal of contemporary art. Incorporating 'The Studio'. Ed. G. S. Whittet. Vols. 1-188. London, Nat. Magazine Co. 1893-1974.
Cloth. (ZY22034) Founded in London as "The Studio". For the following years, an American edition appeared concurrently: 1897-1921, "The International Studio"; Oct. 1927- Mar.1931, "Creative Art"; incorporating the Studio of London; Apr.1931- Feb.1932, "Atelier"; Mar.1932-Jan.1939, "The London Studio"; Separate editions ceased and were continued by: Feb.1939-Apr.1964, "The Studio"; May 1964-, "Studio International" which continues "The Studio" volume numbering (vol. 167-). A well-illustrated review, it surveys all aspects of art. Since 1964 concentrates on contemporary American and European work. (Arntzen/Rainwater Q 331).
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Rense, Paige (editor). Architectural Digest 5/6 1977. New York: Conde Nast, 1976.
The magazine, in illustrated wrapper, is in VERY GOOD condition with minor wear on front wrapper and light discoloration on spine. 192 pages - Architectural Digest May/June 1977, Volume Thirty-Four/Number Four. (34/4). JMVINTAGE specializes in Books, Magazines and Treasures related to the Duke and Duchess of Windsor and..other curious people. Articles include: Cover: The Studio of Giulio Coltellacci in Rome, Italy. Featured on page 74. Photographed by Robert Emmett Bright. INTERIOR DESIGN: "An Eighteenth-Century Villa in Perigord: Serge Royaux's Home in the French Countryside Interior Design by Serge Royaux, text by Phillipe Jullian; "The Mastery of Vertical Space-Two Rooms, Two floors: Designer's Contemporary Vigor and Traditional Good Sense" Interior Design by Arthur Smith, photography by Peter Vitale; "Airborne Design: Interiors for a Small Jet" Interior Design by Marcel G. Bretos. Seven-passenger HFB 320 Hansa private jet; "Fantasy and Trompe l'Oeil for Palm Beach Decorating with a Sense of the Theatrical" Interior Design by David Barrett, ASID; "The Georgian Mode in Modern Dress Classic English Design for America" Interior Design by Mario Buatta; "Designer's Spaces-living in Triplicate Coltellacci's Rome Apartment, Studio and Country Villa". Palazzo Titno; "A French Pavilion for Northern California Designer's Own Country House" Interior Design by Val Arnold; "The Common Denominator Is Style Designer Mixes Periods with Brio" Interior Design by J. P. Mathie. Los Angeles; "Victorian Townhouse in Manhattan: Fabric Designers' Measure of Urbanity". Jay Crawford and Anthony Tortora; "Under a Grecian Sun: Second Garden of The Hesperides" Interior Design by T. H. Robsjohn-Gibbings and Carlton W. Pullin. Lambros Eutaxias; "Tower Suite Overlooking Central Park: Luxury Defined through Treatment of Space" Interior Design by David Easton of Easton &: La Rocca ; "Refreshing a Small Space with Natural Elements: Simplicity for Contemporary Entertaining" Interior Design by Waldo Fernandez, Beverly Hills apartment; "Country Look for a London Flat: A Perfectionist's Approach to Comfort" Interior Design by Stanley Falconer of Colefax & Fowler; "ART AND ANTIQUES In Praise of Women" by James Normille. Artists include Berthe Morisot, Jean Edouard Vuillard, Pierre Bonnard, Georges Braque, Pablo Picasso, Thomas Couture, Aaron Shikler, Sir Edward Coley Burne-Jones, Mary Cassatt, John Singer Sargent; "Durrie Rugs-New Direction for Collectors" by John Loring; SPECIAL FEATURES: "Architectural Digest Visits: Jean Arthur" Carmel, California, landscape architect George Hoy; "The Somerset Gardens at Badminton" Landscape Architecture by Russell Page. Duke of Beaufort, Lord David Somerset, Lady Caroline Somerset; "Theodore Roosevelt's Long Island Estate: The Past Revisited at Sagamore Hill"; "Architectural Digest Previews: A New Designer-First Appearance of Houston's Beau Theriot" interior design Beau Theriot. River Oaks section of Houston ; "Guest Speaker: Victoria Victorious" by T.H. Robsjohn-Gibbings; "Russell Lynes Observes: The True of Trusteemanship" Philip Johnson, Museum of Modern Art in New York; "International Art Market: The Secrets of Commissioning Sculpture" by Howard L. Katzander; International Antiques: Creating an Authentic Bicentennial Drawing Room" by Marvin D. Schwartz; "Design Dialogue: An Interview with Aldo Cipullo" by Francesca Stanfill; "Travel: Passport-Country Inns, Quaint Museums and Floating Luxury" European barging: Princess and Alquin, Wirreanda; International Museum of Horology at La Chaux-de-Fonds Switzerland; "International Properties: Pleasures and Palaces" by June R. Gader. Casa Consuelo in Puerto Vallarta Mexico; 100 room Manor House at Wykehurst, Sussex England; English Style home in Flintridge California originally built for Dr. Moore; Hale Aikane, Duke Kahanamoku's ocean-front estate in Waikiki, Honolulu, Hawaii; "London Notebook: Secret Gardens" by Elizabeth Lambert; "Madrid Notebook: Traveler's Update" by Luis Escobar. Paperback condition: Very Good
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