NF/VG-with sunning to dj cover. White linen cloth over boards; grey lettering. Dj with black spine and white lettering. 352 pp. with over 400 photos, numerous plans, sections and renderings. The book documents the 3-decade-long collaboration of one of America's finest architects (Jacobsen) and a great architectural photograhper (Robert Lautman). Jacobsen's projects, both in the US and abroad, have earned over 80 design awards. Over 50 works are presented chronologically, including Bolton Square, the Renwick Gallery, Elliott House, Arts and Industries Museum, Tidewater House and Mendoza House. With a foreword by Massimo Vignelli, designer of the book, an illustraed biographical chronology and a list of additional readings by and about Jacobsen.
Folio. 351 pages. Fully illustrated with color and black-and-white reproductions of photographs, maps, and drawings. Photographs by Robert Lautman. Fine in original white cloth and near fine dust jacket with a touch of edgewear. Inscribed by Jacobsen on the half title. Introduction by Vincent Scully. Text edited by Kevin W. Green. This book is large and somewhat heavy; additional postage may be required.
Very Good in Very Good jacket. Signed and Inscribed 352 pages, Folio. Out of Print. Jacket clipped. Signed and inscribed by architect Hugh Newell Jacobsen on half-title page. Includes over 400 photographs and numerous plans, sections, and renderings. Shelfwear to DJ: light scuffing along edges and covers, moderate fading along edges and spine. DJ in mylar. Very light tanning along page edges. Otherwise, volume is tightly bound with clean and crisp pages. No marks. Volume is in Very Good condition.
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