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Zoom HUGH NEWELL JACOBSEN | Recent Work : 1988-1993
Zoom HUGH NEWELL JACOBSEN | Recent Work : 1988-1993
Zoom HUGH NEWELL JACOBSEN | Recent Work : 1988-1993
Zoom HUGH NEWELL JACOBSEN | Recent Work : 1988-1993
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Zoom HUGH NEWELL JACOBSEN | Recent Work : 1988-1993
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Zoom HUGH NEWELL JACOBSEN | Recent Work : 1988-1993
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HUGH NEWELL JACOBSEN | Recent Work : 1988-1993

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Jacobsen’s architectural prowess is fully captured in twenty-seven projects beautifully illustrated in 260 color photographs and 78 architectural plans & sections. The precision of detail, the reverence for proportion—it’s as if history whispers through the pages. Whether you’re a fan of contemporary architecture or seeking inspiration from traditional design, this monograph is your ticket.

Pages are clean and crisp. Boards have small amount of wear at corners. Dust jacket has moderate wear and rubbing. Very good condition overall. Near fine book in good dust jacket.

“This beautifully illustrated volume celebrates one of America's finest architects. Jacobsen's projects, located in the U.S. and abroad, have earned more than 93 design awards, including six National Honor Awards from The American Institute of Architects. This book, which continues the coverage of Jacobsen's work begun in Volume I, includes photographs, drawings, and descriptions of 27 new projects designed by the architect since 1988. Together the two books showcase the complete body of work of this premier architect.

An astute introduction by Chicago architect, Stanley Tigerman, ties Jacobsen's work to America's past and its challenges. Designer Massimo Vignelli and photographer Robert Lautman have added their considerable talents to the production of this book.
All 260 photographs are in color, accompanied by 78 architectural plans and sections. Six truly classical ink renderings by Howard Associates beautifully illustrate the architect's latest work in progress.

Robert Lautman's photographs of Jacobsen's work have been published regularly in nearly every professional journal as well as numerous and important books and magazines both here and abroad. For nearly 35 years these two men have worked together. Mr. Lautman's artistry has beautifully recorded this alliance of diverse talents.” - from the dust jacket flap

239 pages
9.25 x 12.25 inches

Hardcover with jacket

Condition : Very Good

Rockport Pub 1994

ISBN : 9781558351196

139

HUGH NEWELL JACOBSEN | Recent Work : 1988-1993

$113.00

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