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Hugh Newell Jacobsen, architect : works from 1993 to 2006

Author: Hugh Newell Jacobsen; Paul Goldberger; Massimo Vignelli; Robert C Lautman
Publisher: New York : Rizzoli International, 2007.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"The work of Hugh Newell Jacobsen, one of America's most acclaimed architects, is infused with a rare sense of clarity and elegance. He his best known for his modern pavilion-based residences - compositions of simple, gabled forms that are rectangular in plan. Unlike other second-generation modernist architects who revised the iconic European houses of the 1920s or the American Shingle Style of the nineteenth  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Catalogs
History
Named Person: Hugh Newell Jacobsen; Hugh Newell Jacobsen; Hugh Newell Jacobsen
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Hugh Newell Jacobsen; Paul Goldberger; Massimo Vignelli; Robert C Lautman
ISBN: 0847829219 9780847829217
OCLC Number: 124508290
Description: 284 pages : chiefly color illustrations, plans ; 32 cm
Contents: Rich house 1993 --
Segal house 1994 --
McKinney house 1994 --
Clarke house 1995 --
Doerfer house 1996 --
Welles house Windsor I 1997 --
Nef house 1997 --
LIFE dream house 1998-2003 --
Welles house Casa de Campo 2000 --
Wilks house 2001 --
Southern Vermont Arts Center 2001 --
Scheer house 2002 --
Voorhees house 2002 --
Mayerson house 2002 --
Segal house in Snowmass 2003 --
A house in Nantucket 2003 --
Fletcher house 2003 --
The Mary and Howard Lester wing University of Oklahoma 2004 --
Samuel Riggs IV alumni center University of Maryland 2004 --
Tahir house 2005 --
Rivers house 2004 --
Welles house Windsor II 2006 --
Boxwood Winery 2006.
Responsibility: introduction by Paul Goldberger ; design by Massimo Vignelli ; [photographs by Robert C. Lautman].
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"The work of Hugh Newell Jacobsen, one of America's most acclaimed architects, is infused with a rare sense of clarity and elegance. He his best known for his modern pavilion-based residences - compositions of simple, gabled forms that are rectangular in plan. Unlike other second-generation modernist architects who revised the iconic European houses of the 1920s or the American Shingle Style of the nineteenth century, Jacobsen draws on inspiration from the vernacular architecture of the American homestead. His grand yet intimately scaled pavilions recall the barns, detached kitchens, and smokehouses - the outbuildings of rural America." "This volume presents the architect's most recent work, including houses, university projects, and a winery, and offers a definitive look at the architect's mature skill and refined taste." "An introduction by architecture critic Paul Goldberger explores Jacobsen's significance in the world of architecture today."--Jacket.

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