David Adler, architect : the elements of style
Chicago: Art Institute of Chicago in association with Yale University Press, 2002. First edition, first printing (full number line). Hardcover. Folio in black color illus jacket; 224 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 29 cm ||bibliographical references (pages 216-217) and index. Fine in near fine(+) jacket, with mild dimpling to rear panel / fine. Item #91817
Contents: Foreword / Robert A.M. Stern -- Preface / James N. Wood -- Styles of David Adler / Richard Guy Wilson -- Interiors with panache: the collaboration of David Adler and Frances Elkins / Pauline C. Metcalf -- David Adler: benefactor and trustee / Ghenete Zelleke -- Work of David Adler / Martha Thorne, ed. || "American architect David Adler's designs reflected the enormous range of his stylistic expression, from Stuart-style and English half-timber stately residences to a Colonial New England farm house. Beautifully illustrated with new and archival photographs accompanied by architectural plans, this book features seventeen important homes and a private club designed by Adler." —Publisher. || Architecture -- United States -- History -- 20th century -- Exhibitions. Architecture, Domestic -- United States -- Exhibitions. Architecture. Architecture, Domestic. Woningen. Landhuizen. || "This book was published in conjunction with the exhibition 'David Adler, architect : the elements of style', organized by The Art Institute of Chicago and shown in the Kisho Kurokawa Gallery of the Department of Architecture from December 7, 2002 to May 18, 2003"--Title page verso. **A large, heavy book. Extra shipping charges may apply for international & expedited orders. Please inquire. Weighs 3.6 lbs before packing.**.
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