Inspired By Place

Inspired By Place

Inspired By Place

Inspired By Place


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The philosophy of CLB, Inspired by Place, permeates all the firm’s design work, from public projects to bespoke homes. Their portfolio projects — timeless, thoughtful, distinct, and beautiful — are examples of how to tread softly on the land in some of the world’s most iconic landscapes. They introduce a new approach to form and materiality in a region where the design world is often limited by a nostalgic view of the past.

Inspired By Place showcases ten homes by CLB, many of which feature interiors by CLB’s design team; these are always sophisticated yet comfortable and conceived as an extension of the architecture. From a streamlined modern masterpiece on the banks of the Snake River to architecture as connected barn-like structures to a private glass pavilion retreat perfectly oriented for wildlife viewing, CLB’s work references local forms and vernaculars while speaking in a new architectural language for the Rocky Mountain West.

The book's aesthetic is designed to match the work within and casebound in an ecologically friendly sourced, woven-linen cloth manufactured in the United States. Wrapped in a jacket with French Folds and metallic copper finishes, the book is an elegant addition to any table or shelf, while being conscious of its footprint.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781940743820
Publisher: ORO Editions
Publication date: 04/06/2021
Pages: 448
Product dimensions: 11.50(w) x 11.50(h) x (d)

About the Author

Chase Reynolds Ewald is an active freelancer, columnist and editor focused on architecture, interiors, food, and travel in the American West. A graduate of Yale and the Graduate School of Journalism at U.C. Berkeley, she is the author of ten books, including Rustic Modern, American Rustic, The New Western Home, and Cabin Style.

CLB Architects has spent a quarter century helping shift the design community in the Rocky Mountains from its reliance on historic materials and forms toward a newly expressed but still relevant and appropriate regionalism in one of the world’s most scenic regions. From public projects and sustainable housing to scores of carefully crafted private residences, each project is uniquely inspired by place.
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