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Classic & Modern: Signature Styles
     

Classic & Modern: Signature Styles

by Alan Barlis, Dennis Wedlick, Julie V. Iovine (Introduction)
 

For patrons of architecture, planning a dream home presents an opportunity to bring a signature style to life with carpentry, masonry, and plaster. The portfolio of 21st-century dream homes in Classic and Modern: Signature Styles teaches that it is possible to harmoniously fuse architectural elements from various sources — from the classical to the

Overview

For patrons of architecture, planning a dream home presents an opportunity to bring a signature style to life with carpentry, masonry, and plaster. The portfolio of 21st-century dream homes in Classic and Modern: Signature Styles teaches that it is possible to harmoniously fuse architectural elements from various sources — from the classical to the minimalist — to realize meaningful, captivating, and timeless places to live.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781935935889
Publisher:
ORO Editions
Publication date:
05/30/2013
Pages:
220
Product dimensions:
11.40(w) x 11.20(h) x 1.10(d)

Meet the Author


Dennis Wedlick AIA LEED is the founder of Dennis Wedlick Architect LLC (DWA), now BarlisWedlick Architects LLC, a full-service architecture, master planning, landscape and interior design firm based in Manhattan and Hudson, New York. The firm has built its reputation on its own brand of residential and community design: sustainable, expressive places to live and work that prize design, technology and craft.

Alan Barlis officially formed a new partnership with Dennis Wedlick in January 2007. That year, their firm, Dennis Wedlick Architect LLC, changed in 2013 to BarlisWedlick Architects LLC, was chosen to be a part of the Architectural Digest 100 list of architectural practices. In 1997, Barlis graduated with a Master's of Architecture degree from MIT and immediately began collaborating with Wedlick on the firm's most complex projects.

Julie V. lovine is an architecture and design reporter, editor, and critic with an international reputation based on more than a decade as a features reporter and editor at The New York Times and The New York Times Magazine. In addition to her role as architecture critic for The Architect's Newspaper since 2004, Iovine writes for a wide range of publications including Architectural Digest (Germany), Art Review (UK), Art & Auction, Architectural Record, ID, Interior Design, Elle Decor, and Town & Country. She is the author of Guggenheim: New York/Bilbao (Princeton Architectural Press), Michael Graves (Chronicle), Chic Simple: Home (Knopf) and a contributor to essays in Minimum: Home (Phaidon) and Ingo Mauer (Cooper-Hewitt/Assouline).

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