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DECORATIVE ART AND MODERN INTERIORS 1979
Volume 68 - "Themes in Nature"


Volume 68 (1979) of Decorative Art and Modern Interiors, one of the finest book series from the great Studio Vista (UK).
Each handsomely designed volume showcases a selection of the finest examples of new architecture, interior design, environmental design, textiles, furniture and product design.  Each volume including profiles on highlighted architectural projects that are documented through beautiful colour and b&w photography, desciptive texts, and axonometric, plan and section drawings, plus “Trends in Furnishings and in the Decorative Arts”, which gives fine examples of new design in furniture, lighting, glassware, textiles, etc.

Volume 68 (1979) “Theme in Nature” includes: The Museum of Contemporary Art in Tehran, Iran; The Azuma Residence in Osaka, Japan; A House in the Pinewoods of Tuscany, Italy; Twin Dunehouses at Atlantic Beach Florida, USA; The Vacation Ilouse of the Architect in Blokhus, Jutland;  The ‘K’ Villa on Lake Yamanaka, Yamanashi Prefecture, Japan; The Hot Dog House in Harvard, Illinois, USA;  The International Museum of Horology at Chaux-de—Fonds, Switzerland; The Ingot ~ A Coffee Bar in Kitakyushu, Japan; A Solar House near Albuquerque, New Mexico; Hopkins House in Hampstead, London, England; The Home of the Architect near los Angeles, California, USA; An Apartment in Milan, Italy; A House on Lake Washington, near Seattle, USA; The Vasarely Foundation near Aix—en-Provence, France; The Takahara Residence in Tokyo, Japan; Casa Vittoria – A Holiday Home in Pantelleria, Italy; Temppeliaukio Church in Helsinki, Finland; Elements of Architecture: The Window, by Patrick Reyntiens;  Trends in Furnishing and Decorative Art; Manufacturers and Designers; plus an introduction by Editor Maria Schofield translated from English to additional Spanish, German, French and Japanese. All texts throughout are in English.

Includes the work of Shoei Yoh, Stanley Tigerman, Gae Aulenti, Tadao Ando, Antoni Gaudi, Rudolf Steiner, Shigeru Uchida, Claus Bonderup, William Morgan, Pierre Zollyamd Georges J. Haefeli, Giacarlo Bicocchi, Luigi Bicocchi, Roberto Monsani, Timo and Tuomo Suomalainen, Studio P E R, Masayuki Kurokawa, Jean Sonnier and Dominique Rosseray, Wendell H Lovett, Daniele Boatti, Helmuth Schulitz, Michael Hopkins, Antoine Predock,  and many more.

An invaluable series of books on architecture, interior and product design from the 1960s-1980s.

* Condition: Good (protected in original dust-jacket, general ageing/wear)  – All care is taken to provide accurate condition details of used books, photos available on request.

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Decorative Art and Modern Interiors 1978
Volume 67 - "Architectural Conservation and Modern Living"


Volume 67 (1978) of Decorative Art and Modern Interiors, one of the finest book series from the great Studio Vista (UK).
Each handsomely designed volume showcases a selection of the finest examples of new architecture, interior design, environmental design, textiles, furniture and product design.  Each volume including profiles on highlighted architectural projects that are documented through beautiful colour and b&w photography, desciptive texts, and axonometric, plan and section drawings, plus “Trends in Furnishings and in the Decorative Arts”, which gives fine examples of new design in furniture, lighting, glassware, textiles, etc.

Volume 67 (1978) “Architectural Conservation and Modern Living” includes:  The Hilton Hotel in Budapest, Hungary; The Caravelle Celine Boutique in Milan, Italy; “O-cha & Nori Kitamuraen’: a Tea Shop in Tokyo, Japan; ‘First of August’: a Boutique and Beauty Salon in New York City, USA; The Studio Home of the Architect in London, England; The Home of the Architect in Aalst, Belgium; The Home of the Architect in Long Island, USA; The Reception Rooms of the Commercial Bank of Copenhagen, Denmark; Renovation and Extension for a Community School at Ladue, Missouri, USA; The Office of the Architect in Jacksonville, Florida, USA; ‘Black Barn’: a Family House at Frog Hollow, South Michigan, USA; The Town House of the Architect in London, England; A Conversion at Willow Walk, Cambridge, England; The Country House of the Architect near Paris, France; The Hamar Museum near Oslo, Norway; The Home of the Architect in Kensington, London, England; The New Whig Hall at Princeton University, USA; An Apartment in Palazzo Erizzo, Venice, Italy; Instruments for Early Music by Today’s Makers by Fiona Adamczewski; Trends in Furnishing and Decorative Art; Manufacturers and Designers; plus an introduction by Editor Maria Schofield translated from English to additional Spanish, German, French and Japanese. All texts throughout are in English.

Includes the work of Robert Stern, Stanley Tigerman, Paolo Piva, Joe Colombo, William Morgan, Katsuhiko Yamada, Valeriano and Michelina Pastor, George Ranalli, Afra and Tobia Scarpa, Pieter de Bruyne, Franco Bazzani, Shoei Yoh, Frank Stella, and many more.

An invaluable series of books on architecture, interior and product design from the 1960s-1980s.

* Condition: Good (protected in original dust-jacket, general ageing/wear)  – All care is taken to provide accurate condition details of used books, photos available on request.

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Houses Architects Live In

First edition of Barabara Plumb’s (editor of the “Living” section of Vogue magazine in the 1970s and Senior editor of Pantheon Books) “Houses Architects Live In” from 1977, a Studio Books published by New York’s Viking Press, printed and bound in Japan.

Profiles the homes of Paolo Leoni, Von Sengen, Gerolamo Gola, Carlo Santi, Giancarlo Bicocchi, Winthrop Faulkner, Antoine Predock, Allan and Barbara Anderson, Wendall Lovett, Arthur Erickson, Luis Barragan, Colin St. John Wilson and M.J. Long, Warren Cox, Georgie Wolton, Michel Sadirac, William J. Conklin, Alberto Seassaro, Nanda Vigo, Claudio Dini, Harry and Penelope Seidler, George D. Hopkins Jr., Tim Prentice, Charles W. Moore, Luigi Capriolo and Jacek Popek, Hanford Yang, Barton Choy, Romano Juvera, Gae Aulenti, Robert Sobel, William Morgan, Hugh Newell Jacobson, Ulrich Franzen, Ziona Lesham, Anne and Tony Woolner, Christopher H.L. Owen, Norman Jaffe, Peter Chermayeff, James Lambeth, Vittorio Gregotti, Franco Tartaglino Mazzucchelli.

“The author reviews the concerns that determine architects’ choices in designing their own environments, and notes how they individually deal with such matters as situation, space, scale, balance, color, light, and all the factors involved in creating a home that meets their needs and interests. The book is rich in suggestions and solutions for beautifying and improving one’s own surroundings.”

* Condition: Very Good (a clean, tight copy in original jacket, with only minor bumping/tearing, binding tight, general sun tanning) – All care is taken to provide accurate condition details of used books, photos available on request.

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